(Closed) Ribbons for invitations

posted 13 years ago in Paper
Post # 3
132 posts
Blushing bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I used this website and if you mail them the invitation they will match the ink and hot cut them for you to your desired length for a pretty cheap price.  I am supposed to be receiving my samples today so I can’t comment on the cutting yet.  Also if you buy ribbon and mail it to them they will also cut it.




Post # 4
3 posts
  • Wedding: September 2008

Hi Tallbride,


I have ribbons that came with my invitations, thety are a nude/ beige color.  They are a perfect size and will look great on an invite– if you know how to tie a cute bow.


You can have them if you want — just email me — [email protected]




Post # 5
267 posts
Helper bee

Generally speaking, I like a plain grosgrain ribbon. If you make a little square/rectangle out of cardstock with some sort of design printed on it (monogram, logo, etc), you can use it as a closure with zots instead of tying a knot, thus avoiding post office issues.

You can also use regular craft glue (something viscous, not the clear stuff you just use for paper) if you put a small piece of parchment paper between the glued pieces and the invitation pieces, so nothing soaks through. Just remove once it’s dry.

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