Post # 1
Ok bee….. HELP ME..
I got a little crafty last weekend and created an envelope liner for my silver euroflap envelope. I printed light pink flowers (component from my invitation) on to bright white regular paper. I cut them , line the envelope nicely.
Yesterday my invitation came, the invitation and information card is printed on natural white/ivory color…. SO THE COLOR DOES NOT MATCH….. My wrap around label is also printed on bright white paper..
What should I do?? Am I being crazy and people won’t care and just throw the envelopes anyway?
Do you have any tips on what I should do? Should I try to tea stain the envelope liner to be more ivory/yellowish – will it ruin and crumple the paper… I want to faint
Post # 3
Take a deep breath…
Put the invites and whatnot into the envelopes…
And send them into the world 🙂
Your guests will not notice that they aren’t an exact match – and you’ll have many more things coming along during planning to cause you headaches. Let this one go!
Great job on making the liners! I’m sure they’re lovely!!!
Post # 4
@thewheelsonthebus: thanks for the words of encouragement 😐
A follow up on that, do I need to do belly band?? Can I skip it? I’m not doing inner envelope either…
Post # 5
If you need to specify who the invitation is for (like if there are kids invited) you may want to add one to make that easier for yourself. Or if you have a bunch of inserts it might be nice.
Good luck 🙂