Post # 1
I wanted a really basic look, so the DIY route was the easiest, cheapest way to go. They aren’t as fancy as some of the ones I’ve seen here, but they do the trick 🙂
They will be held together with a belly band of red vellum and a custom sticker with our last initial.
Post # 3
They look great! Good job!
Post # 4
Oh those are beautiful!!! Did you use a template? Stamp? This is similar to what I’m wanting, very beautiful!
Post # 5
Gorgeous! You did a wonderful job! They look very elegant, I like how the same design from the invite is the background of the reception and reply cards. 🙂
Post # 6
Those look really good! They look very clean and easy to read. Great job!
Post # 7
gorgeous! what font did you use for your names?
Post # 8
i love them!! and i’m with dns567 – what font did you use for the names??
Post # 10
Those are awesome! How did you do it?
Post # 11
Very pretty!! I really love the pocket fold look! We’re using it too lol
Post # 12
Nice job! I like the font
Post # 13
Thanks for the positive feedback!
The fonts are Feel Script (names) and Copperplate Gothic Light. They were really easy to make. I designed them in Powerpoint, had an Etsy seller make me a swirly graphic that I loved. I took the swirly graphic and rotated it/lightened it using Word to use on the Reception and RSVP cards (I think…can’t really remember it was so long ago). I bought paper from PaperandMore and printed them on ivory cardstock. Then I just cut them out and backed them on black linen cardstock. They won’t be in a pocketfold, but they will be held together with a vellum strip.
Post # 14
You did a wonderful job!! 🙂
Post # 15
Great job! Who’s the etsy seller you used? I’ve been trying to find a swirly graphic and was thinking about trying to find someone to create one.