Post # 1
I labored over these babies forever! Now I just need the envelopes to back from the calligripher, line the envelopes, stamp, get them hand cancelled at the post office, and send!
Having them is really making this even more real! I can’t wait for the mad-lib RSVP cards to start coming in!
The whole suite minus envelopes—the gold thing is the liner.
details of the main invite:
details of the reception card:
I love the way the gold ink turned out! Sorry so pic heavy, I just had to share!
Post # 3
I love the gold also. Everything turned out really nicely!
Post # 5
ps: I can’t see much of the envelope but it looks nice also!
Post # 8
Love the RSVP cards – wish I would have thought of that. And I agree, the gold ink is gorgeous 🙂
Post # 9
Thanks so much, bees! and when I say I labored over these invites, it was just with nailing down my vision.
It was actually an old blogger bee—Miss Cupcake who designed them and made my vision better than I even imagied.
I wanted something really traditional, with some fun and funky elements‚ which is way harder than you’d expect.
They’re engraved on really thich stock—which the pictures cannot do any justice to.
@aheavel I’m a children’s book author and have written a few MadLibs, so I thought it was only appropriate to do the MadLib RSVP’s. But with so many other bees complaining about the way their guests fill in the RSVP cards, I’m so scared about how they are going to be filled out!
Post # 10
Wow! Love these! Also, super jealous that you’re getting married at The Franklin Institute! Great space 🙂
Post # 11
@RayRayFurious Thanks! So, I guess you get all of the keys—as a nod to Ben Franklin, who will “preside” over our reception! Ha!