posted 8 years ago in DIY
Post # 3
671 posts
Busy bee

where did you find this box for 9.50?

Post # 5
441 posts
Helper bee

@Luxuryshoegal88: Those are beautiful invitations. I’m not sure where you could find the boxes for cheap. Do you have a stationary or paper store near you? I’ve never been in one, but I’ve heard about them and their awesome inventory. Michaels or any similar craft store would be a great place for the ribbon/string and crystals.

I feel in love with these invites that were made out of books. Except then I realized how much it would cost to mail the invites. That dream died quickly 🙂 It might be something you want to keep in mind though if you’re on a budget.

Post # 6
441 posts
Helper bee

I just realized you asked what type of string was on the box, not where you could find it. I’m not sure about this particular string, but baker’s twine would work well. Some types of yarn, especially crochet yarn, would also be similar.

Post # 7
4137 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

i don’t think you’re going to find silk boxes for less than that. if you’re open to not using silk, mrs. perfume detailed her search for the perfect invitation box.

i don’t know what that kind of string is called, but you could find something similar at a craft store.

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