Post # 1
Im in a show and tell mood.. I feel as tho I was on a roll today. 🙂
My Reserved Seating signs 🙂 Printed and cut today.
My new DJ request cards, because my mum thought the other one was tacky to be put on differant card… meh but oh well. happy with the outcome either way. Printed and cut these up today
The mazanita tree guest cards… all cut up today
The cards to my cake toppers to go on toothpicks and sit in cupcakes 🙂
and the poem to go with the wishing tree and framed 🙂
so thats 4hrs of DIY since Ive got home from work, but glad i knocked a few projects off. I feel alot better 🙂 I was starting to get worried!
Post # 3
everything is looking lovely! kudos to all your hard work!
Post # 4
They look amazing! Congrats for getting some projects done 🙂
Post # 5
Everything looks amazing! Great job!
Are you putting the DJ request card in your invitations and having your guests send them back to you before the wedding? Or is that for them to give the DJ at the reception?
Post # 6
for the dj at the reception, going next to the mazanita/wishing tree for guests. I originally printed it on some spare cards I had.. but my mum said it wasnt going to look right, and shes a pretty good style guide so I redid
Thanks for the compliments. Im really stoked how its all coming together 🙂
Post # 7
They look really great! Everything flows really well. Love the font you used too.
And I really like the idea of doing a “hey, Mr. DJ” play my song AT the reception instead of on the website. I might have to steal that! 🙂
Are you just leaving the cards at the tables?
Post # 9
Gerbera: just at the wishing tree table. The dj is preparing a folder that guests can look through. As our wedding will be a cocktail reception 🙂 I think you can leave them at the tables tho! Its not a bad way to go!
Post # 10
everything looks really nice!! a great suite of paper products 🙂
Post # 12
You did a good job! Love the font you chose
Post # 14
These look amazing! Where did you get that design? Was it a template that you found online? They look so good… looks like you got them professionally done!
Post # 15
thanks. I got the inspiration and a table number template? from colormeinspired. (but im not using table numbers as were having a cocktail reception) and I liked the design.. so I created my own templates from that using Microsoft publisher. I do have Adobe indesign, and illustrator and photoshop, but sometimes its not user friendly when it comes to the printing stages.
I used my Epson TX400 for the printing and i have a leddah rotary trimmer that I used to cut. Its industrial I can cut ten sheets at a time 🙂
Also the font is called Zebra and I got it off http://www.dafont.com 🙂 its free!
Post # 16
SWEET!!! I love all of your little projects!! They turned out really great!! Congrats ;]