Post # 1
Using some pinsperation (no, that doesn’t work), um pinterest inspiration, an adorable custom address stamp purchased from Etsy and my photoshop skills, I completed our wedding invites. Total cost = Less than $2 per invitation.
My only gripe: I couldn’t find the right green for the backing paper. But I’m the only one that seemed to care.
I also included a reception card, not pictured.
Post # 3
Wow thats pretty awesome!
Post # 4
I do custom invitations and photography as a side business, so I guess it’s only natural I make my own. Hehe.
I can’t figure out how to take my own wedding pics though.
Post # 6
I’m really sad I do not know you in real life because I love mason jars and those invites look amazing! Great job!
Post # 8
Wow, they look totally pro – way to go!
Post # 9
I love the mason jars, they look fantastic!
Post # 10
Your invite is amazing!! Did you hand draw the text or use a font? Also, did you print it yourself? I’m planning on doing my own invites and wondering how I can have them printed once I make them.
Post # 11
Those are beautiful! I was way too scared to try to make my own so I ordered from etsy.
Post # 12
You MADE those? They look spectacular!
I’m such a paper whore, and this is a treat!
Post # 13
- Wedding: September 2011 - Mackinaw Valley Vineyard; Bloomington Center for the Performing Arts
These are so cute, I love the mason jar tag!
Post # 15
1. Absolutely DARLING. You did a fabulous job.
2. Sup, LynnHOOD. First bee I’ve found to live in my area!
Post # 16
It’s a font called Mr. Moustache. I bought the paper from Paper Source and printed it (of all places!) at work! We have a pretty nice big laser printer and it did a fantastic job. Normally I print my stuff for clients through a print lab, but I didn’t need that many.
@marashino: Woo! Lynnhood. 🙂
Thank you everyone! I appreciate the nice comments. I am pretty happy with them, and even happier with the cost.