- 6 years ago
- Wedding: April 2013
So I decided to make our RSVP’s into postcards after searching and seeing that it is quite normal, lol, and it saves alot of paper and postage!
I wanted to design something that would go with our Long Distance themed wedding invitations that we made, but not matching 100%
Here is the Front of the RSVP Postcard. The black luggage tag says “This postcard is stamped and ready to go…please RSVP yes or no” lol (just in case someone didn’t realize they needed to turn it over and that it’s a postcard, haha)
Here is a pic of the back of the postcard – I kept it simple and to the point because I didn’t want people’s personal info just “out there” on a postcard, so the wedding information and address is not on there – they’ll know that already from the save the date we had sent out and from the invitation itself. I also blocked out my personal info for this post.
Here are the invitations we made —
Folded Invite — Front
Inside — (personal info blocked out lol)
Back Cover — the final printed invite will not have the “mixbook” logo
So that is them! We created them using PSP X3 and then imported them into a blank card on Mixbook to have them printed! =)
I’ll post a pic of the entire finished invite with the envelope, ties, and charm all put together once they come in and I finish a complete set!
Any other bees DIY?? I thought it would be fun to make them unique to us and our long distance relationship and travel themed wedding, but sheesh! I’m not sure I would do it again if I were to go back in time, haha — they might look simple and not overly done, but I’m not super computer savvy, so the invites and the rsvps took me about 22 hours to make – broken up over a number of days, lol. I’m not finished with the DIY just yet though! Our “escort cards” are going to be a boarding pass, and our “name plates” for the tables will be luggage tags! haha, both DIY.