Post # 1
Well, I managed to finish 125 invites in 2 days…plus wax seal.
My glue gun attempt didn’t work, but I just help a lighter up to the wax right over the envelope and let it drip like this:
And then I put my custom stamp over some ice
And I let the wax cool a tiny bit, and then voila!!!
I’m so pleased with the results. It adds such a special touch to the invites and I think helps set the tone for our old world glamour wedding style. 🙂
OH and here are our invites:
Sorry all the images are backwards, i took the pics with my photobooth.
Post # 3
Oh I love them! Great job. 🙂
Post # 5
That looks great! Great job.
Post # 7
They look lovely! I wanted to do that, but I lacked the gumption.
Post # 8
You guys are so nice! Thank you. 🙂
I have 200 more to go….:-/
Fiance is helping me with the others this weekend though thank God!
Post # 9
Neat touch to the invites!
Post # 10
Very nice. Thinking of doing something similar for my invite.
Post # 11
Awesome! It is a really classic touch 🙂
Post # 12
Thanks! I really think its worth it…Im kind of going crazy at the thought of doing so many more but I can’t stop looking at them!
Invitations really set the tone for the event and are the first impression for everything to follow, so I’m into it. 🙂
Thanks! I feel so middle ages. 🙂
Post # 13
Where did you get the wax and the stamp and stuff???we wanted to do the same thing for our Save the Dates…thx!
Post # 15
I got the wax from nostalgic impressions (VERY good customer service and quality products)
The company that printed our invitations made a custom stamp for us…but I bet you could find that online as well.
Post # 16
I freaking love wax seals! Yours turned out so adorable!