Post # 1
After our original invites came out questionable, I HAD to make new ones. Here’s a mock up of them – only two pieces, double sided. It would be much cuter if I didn’t have to block out the good bits, but such is the internet.
For the last picture, I used green twine, but I’ll be using gray and white twine when it comes in.
Tell me what you think!
Post # 3
love them! so awesome!!!!
Post # 4
Love them! I hope my turn out as good as yours!
Post # 5
They look awesome! I love them! Great job! I’m working on my DIY invites also. I will post a thread for mine when I am done!
Post # 6
They look amazing! I love them!!
Post # 8
The twine is a cute idea rather than a fancy envelope!
Post # 9
Thanks for the comments ya’ll. My original invites were designed my my uncle and were free-99 but there was just a disconnect between what I envisioned and what actually was created. 🙁
So with my RSVP date of the end of the month looming and having to get these out ASAP, I literally designed them two weeks ago, ordered them to be printed and will now be spending the entire weekend getting them ready to be mailed on Monday. ACK!!!!!!
However, on the flip side, it goes to show that when things need to get done, you can get them done pretty damn fast.
Post # 11
They look great! Good job!
Post # 13
These are great!! Love them!!
Post # 14
- Wedding: December 2019 - Paris, France
These are lovely! Are they letter pressed? Printed? How did you get that white printed on there?
Post # 16
@MrsNeutrino:Not letterpressed (I wish!). I used http://www.catprint.com to print everything except for the picture which was done at kinkos.