Post # 1
I wanted to share in my completed invitations! I am partially relieved to have them finished, and partially sad that they have to leave me! I have been collecting the materials for so many months, and playing with fonts and formats for so long that I feel like these are my babies that have to leave me this weekend! I hope my guests appreciate them as much as I love them!!!
I have layered several papers to get the look I wanted. I used pocket folders and envelopes from cardsandpockets.com – which I definitely recommend. They are prompt in shipping, and prices are great. I got this hand painted marbled paper (made in India) & the skeleton leaves from Papermojo.com.
A good friend did my calligraphy. We used brown ink, which I thought looked a little more vintage. I had an embosser made with our address for the back flap of the envelope.
I used glue dots and glue lines from A.C. Moore and Michael’s for my adhesive.
Post # 3
they are beautiful!! I love the brown envelopes.
Post # 5
I love the leaves you used to seal the pocketfold, personally I’m not a huge fan of belly bands or ribbons, and I love that you added something else! Cute!
Post # 6
Very nice! You did a great job! I really like the leaves also. Perfect fall touch!
Post # 7
They look great! Good job!
Post # 8
great job, they are beautiful!
Post # 10
I love the skeleton leaves and the fonts!
They turned out great! YOu should be proud of yourself!
Post # 11
I love the leaves! The whole suite looks great.
Post # 12
Wow! I love them. I especially like the matting of the main invitation card. Looks great.
Post # 13
Great invites for fall! I wish I was that talented 😉
Post # 14
These turned out great! Love the leaves, very pretty detail.
Post # 15
- Wedding: June 2020 - Holy Family Catholic Church, reception: National Infantry Museum
they are gorgeous!! I love the leaves!