Post # 17
I’m in love with the parasol idea right now!! I think it’s so cute, and if you paint it yourself it can be really cheap. I did mine for $20! Just look on here for Mrs. Spring Roll’s tutorial. That’s what I followed and ordered my parasol from the link she gives. It turned out awesome =]
Post # 18
For Every gift we get we are taking a funny picture with the gift and sending it to the gift giver inside of a nice card.
Post # 19
I love that.
To the OP: The pictures of the bride and groom holding “Thank You” signs is always super cute.
Another idea that’s similar but different from a photo is a post card with several images on it (kind of like a collage but done on the computer) with a “Thank You” motif typed somewhere on it (or use a template with a nice “Thank You” image already in it and you just plug in your photos.) – I think there’s a template for that sort of thing in Aperture on Apple computers?
(Hopefully that made sense – it was kind of hard to describe.)
Post # 20
we’re doing a left turn with our thank you cards and are not putting any of our pre or even post wedding pictures on them. this is for the benefit of our guests that we’ve regularly fed with a diet of our pictures (save the dates, wedding website, wedding photobooth border, etc.). and to satisfy the penny-pincher in us, we got the free 5.47″ x 4.21″ postcards from vistaprint (100 pieces) to serve as the thank you card.
the front will have a pre-printed (what else?) “Thank You” text plus a QR code that will lead them to (where else) our wedding website where there will be MORE POST-WEDDING PICTURES (haha, there goes that diet). the back will be where we plan to put in our personalized message.
and here’s the back:
Post # 21
We’re going to take pictures on our wedding day, holding a thank you banner. Check Etsy, they have tons of Thank You props that are adorable!
Post # 22
We’re thinking of including a magnet with a nice wedding photo of us. I think it’s a nice touch and can serve as an anniversary reminder – it’ll stay around longer than an STD magnet, I hope.
Post # 23
love ur idea…how do u make a qr code?
Post # 24
Just google QR code generator.
Post # 25
i used http://qrcode.kaywa.com/
for the qr code in our thank you cards. it’s free, and you can specify the size of the resulting qr code image.