- 7 years ago
- Wedding: October 2010
For those of you who are thinking about diy invitations, here are some great affordable resources for supplies:
envelopes & lasercuts& custom printing
(They are a one stop shop basically. This was one of the only places that I found that does laser cut printing at a really affordable price and their customer service is great too, very responsive)
Stationary is really a treasured form of art that is appreciated by a few and I must say I love stationary. I love the way it looks, it feels, and the feelings that they evoke.
It’s no surprise that anything that looks luxe and elegant also comes with a super luxe pricetag. I scoured the web for countless hours to view wedding invitations and I’m really excited and a little bit nervous of how our invites will come out. It is definitely a labor of love and it involves multiple parties.
I love the feel of letterpress but it was just so out of my budget that I had to come up with an alternative. That’s where I thought a lasercut invitation would look unique and fabulous. However, just in the knick of time, my friend and florist Tweeny is starting her letterpress business and I’ll get to have letterpress afterall!
My amazing cousin Jenny who is an up and coming designer, designed the invitation on Adobe Illustrator and Tweeny will be letterpressing them soon.
I cannot wait to show my invitations!
Have a great Fourth of July!