Post # 1
I didn’t want to post these photos until after we mail them out. Oh but I can’t wait to show the bees!
Pocketfold – textured copper cardstock made from India
Main invite – laser-engraved cherry veneer
Canada post stamps – personalized photos
After the graphic designer’s nth revision, my husband finally stepped in and created the layout/design incorporating the manzanita trees of our reception decor.
Post # 3
Your invites are amazing! Great Job!
Post # 5
They look fantastic! Many congrats!
Post # 6
Wow those look great! I like how you used the monogram square without the belly band behind it, do you mind if I ask what type of glue/adhesive you used to secure it?
Post # 7
The lady (of the invitations company – for lack of better word) assembled everything for us. She used the 3M clear double-sided tape. I asked her to glue one side of the monogram square, so I can “lock” the invitation by inserting the end of the pocketfold into the unglued side of the monogram square. Works great!
Post # 11
- Wedding: July 2014 - Barn
Absolutely gorgeous! May I ask where you got the folders? I love the texture of it!
Post # 13
Sooooooo, so, so, so COOL!!!!!
Post # 14
Wow, those are beautiful!!
Post # 15
Thanks, ladies! I wanted textured prints (embossed, letterpressed, etc) but didn’t know where to find them. It didn’t take long to commission a company that laser-engraves wood veneers, but I had to scout at least 8 invitations/paper companies before I found this textured cardstock.
Here is the website: http://finishing-touch.ca/
This cardstock is made in India and comes in other colours. My husband created the design and layout, but the lady of Finishg Touch, Ute Rogers, makes the most amazing invitations compared to the other ones I’ve seen thus far. Her website is not updated, but you can kinda see the different materials she works with.
Post # 16
Oh my goodness those custom stamps are amazing and your invites are gorgeous!! Love it!