Hey guys! It’s been quite a while, but guess what!
WE’RE MARRIED! :D
It’s been about a month since we’ve gotten back from the honeymoon and crossed the country to our new home for the next three years…and it’s been an interesting one at that! (More to come later on that particular topic, of course). I thought I would go ahead and share a couple of DIY tips now that the wedding is done and I can go into detail about all the projects.
This particular post is going to be an overview of the daunting invites that took over my life…Here are the end results!
This is what the envelopes for the whole package looked like…I ordered them off of http://www.envelopes.com. I was extremely happy with the quality and price, well worth the money spent.
I am a little bummed that the picture quality isn’t the best, but I really think they looked cute even with all the effort! A tutorial will be up soon on how these were done, but in short, I took a picture of our engagement shoot and lined the envelopes with them! We got quite a few compliments on them.
Then there was the actual invitation…it came quite a long way since the last post about them, that’s for sure.
We also got a bunch of compliments on these as well, saying that they were “original” and “adorable”. The tie untied and the flaps opened up to reveal our names. Once again, a tutorial will be up soon for these!
Next was the RSVPs…
We wanted something different, we knew that. But unfortunately…we made a grammatical mistake on ours! (Things happen right? ) So people didn’t really understand how to do them, but I still think they were super cute and fun! And just look at those gorgeous orange envelopes.
They were simple and matched wonderfully. I really do wish you could see them in person, as they were much better than this picture shows…we got some really awesome responses too that are going in our scrapbook, so that worked in our favor.
And here, in all of it’s glory, is everything that we sent out! I had mixed feelings at first about them, thinking they were somewhat tacky…but I definitely love them now as they sit in their pretty little shadow box.
Until the tutorials, see you all next time!