Back in November last year I shared some Save the Date cards I made for a friend's forthcoming wedding. You can find the post here.
I've been meaning to share the invitations with you which I made a couple of months ago so here they are. I'm a bit disappointed with the photos but these are the best results I could get before delivering them to the happy couple.
Although only 20 invitations were required, they actually took a fair amount of time to create due to the rose and leaves being three step stamping. So each of the horizontal panels required 12 individual stamped images...the rose, and three separate leaves.
The wording was printed using the same fonts as the Save the Date cards, EcuyerDAX and Elegant Typewriter. For the ampersand I used another font but can't recall the name. I then continued with the tag theme and also the jute twine to echo the Save the Date cards.
The wedding is taking place over an entire weekend so inside, as well as the venue details I also included an itinerary for the day. I also then included a menu for pre-selection and RSVP cards together with return envelopes.
- Cardstock: Paper Mill Direct - Smooth Ivory, Neenah - Desert Storm
- Stamps: Altenew - Vintage Roses
- Ink: Versa Color - Vanilla, Sand Beige, Umber
- Die: MFT Die-namics - Stitched Tags
- 2 ply jute twine
613 Avenue Create - Challenge #179 - Anything goes (Wedding Stationery)
Crafty Cardmakers - Challenge #165 - Monochrome
I will also be making some Order of Service stationery for the bride and groom which will be very slightly different. I'll share these with you once created.
Thanks so much for visiting today, your visits and comments are so appreciated :)