DIY
 

Engagement party TY notes:

 I designed the card in photoshop (our photographer gave us copyrights and high res. images from our engagement session) and uploaded it to Snapfish for printing.  They came out sooo nice!  I was really impressed with the quality and they were done quickly too!  I didn't rush the shipping because it was pretty expensive, but the cards were printed and arrived at my door in 2 days! 

Shoe Rhinestones (something blue):

 I now have glue all over my hands, but I think they turned out ok!  I did our first initials on one shoe and our wedding date on the other.

Bride Sign for my door:

 

 

 

To hang on my door the morning of when I am getting ready!

 SAVE THE DATES

These are the wrap-around labels:

Front of the STD card:

Back of the STD card:

Here is what is on the disk (in much better quality than youtube of course):

Save the Date Trailer

 

INVITATIONS!!!

They are finally done!!  People weren't kidding when they said they would be a labor of love!  I am really happy with the way they turned out, so that's the only reason I would say that I would do it again!  Supplies from Cards and Pockets, Calligraphy by Carmela, Custom Stamps by Zazzle, design, printing, cutting, glueing: me!! (Don't mind the smears, I internet-proofed everything!)


Outer Envelope

Outside of Pocketfold

Inside pocketfold

RSVP Card

RSVP Envelope

Reception Card

Accommodations Card

Direction Card

Direction Card (back with map)

The "assembly party"  Everyone is holding up a card with their job!  Yes, I'm a bit of a control freak, but I loosened up the reigns enough to let people help!


All 131 DONE and ready to be mailed!!!!