Post # 1
Well good afternoon team!
I’m not married yet, no sir. Just over 30 days to go! Still, I wanted to post some pictures and see what you all think. People love pictures!
I own a sign store, and so I’ve done a lot of designing and printing for our wedding. And all these things I’ve designed…well, they’re fun! We’re not formal, we’re not at all serious people.
Rather than do a formal program, which lots of people end up leaving behind I think, I just made one big sign. Don’t mind the easle, I found it upstairs and haven’t finished dusting the poor thing yet.
These aren’t the invitations and what not themselves, just my files. I’m at work now and the extra stationary chose to stay home today.
This is the front and back of the Save-The-Date Cards. Well, I forgot to blank out our location. Any Bees in the area, feel free to join us day of!
And I also made direction signs. There will be arrows where those blank spots are.
Has anyone else gone the quirky route, rather than elegant?
Post # 3
- Wedding: August 2013 - Rocky Mountains USA
Fun! Love these! The only thing I’d say is that “her and her groom” (on the first sign) is incorrect grammar – should be “she and her groom”. Not sure if you want this kind of input or not, but we grammar nazis notice that kind of thing.
Post # 4
- Wedding: September 2013 - B&B
I think these are great!!!!!!!!!!!! You’re very talented! I love love love it.
Post # 8
@lolot: Also a typo: You say “the brides not here yet.” You are missing the apostrophe. It should be “the bride’s not here yet,” or “the bride is not here yet.”
Post # 9
Quirky, but on the first sign it should be ‘the bride’s not here yet’ with an apostrophe 🙂
Post # 10
I love it! Used some not so traditional wording in our invites but that’s just us!
Post # 11
Super cute! I saw that you took the time to block out your last names in one pic but I think you forgot in another…might want to go back and re-do that one if you were going for privacy 🙂
Post # 12
Lol! Oh gosh ladies, And I’m normally a grammar nazi myself! Whoooops. Well, the apostrophe is already fixed but the grammar error? I’m going to shrug it off. But thanks for pointing it out!
@QuirkySocialite: I guess this is what I guest for doing personal things at work. Ah well, privacy isn’t what I was going for anyway. Open book over here.