Post # 1
I finally sent our invitations last week!!!! I am so excited!!! They were so much work! : ) I wanted to share them with the hive in case others are looking for inspiration, I know I definitely was when I was designing them! Good luck to you all who are still in the midst of the mounds of card stock, I feel your pain! : )
Post # 3
Not to make you panic but isn’t “prepping” spelt with a double P?
Post # 4
Wow – thanks for the negativity
Post # 5
They look great! I love that you asked for suggestions with songs and drinks.. 🙂
Post # 6
@Christy213: is it negativity to point out a typo? in that case i apologise and will not point out any further typos i see from you
Post # 7
Those are gorgeous! I love the colors and chandelier graphic. Very creative RSVP too.
And no worries, your guests won’t notice a minor typo. And if they do? Who cares!
Post # 8
Thanks Ginger and Babyboo!! : )
Post # 9
I don’t think it was ment in a negative view 🙂 I would want to know if I misspelt something. Your guest will be so excited that they won’t notice. Cute cards btw!
Post # 10
Very cute but I would be afraid that all the RSVP options would confuse my guests!
Post # 11
Love your invitation Looks great love the chandelier motif.
Post # 12
I LOVE this! If I was doing a bigger wedding I think I would totally do an rsvp like that. Did you DIY them or did you buy them? The invites that is 🙂
Post # 13
I agree with MissAsB but they look very cute! 🙂
Post # 14
Very cute but just curious, what is “the bells?”
Post # 15
@Tswife4ever: To be there with bells on means ‘eagerly, ready to enjoy oneself.’ One source suggests that this phrase arose when horses and carriages were the primary mode of transportation. On special occasions, say on the way to a party, the horses would be fitted with bells for a festive sound, echoing the carriage passengers’ plans to enjoy themselves.
It’s just meant to be funny and creative. The first time I saw this on an RSVP I thought it was quite humorous.
Post # 16
I absolutely love these! Great job! From a design perspective, and the text, and the fun options! Sorry, but I may “borrow” some of the “requests” from you for my RSVPs! 🙂 Great job & enjoy the responses you get back!