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Okay, so the invitations are out, and I’ve even received a few phone calls from people who wanted to tell me how much they liked them! How awesome! I can’t wait to get the RSVPs back. In the meantime, now that most people have received them (hopefully), I’m going to share them with you!
This is the whole package. I had a custom rubber stamp made with our return address on it at Berkeley Rubber Stamp and Engraving Company ($15). I then used a clear VersaMark stamp pad and clear embossing powder and embossed our address on the envelope flaps. The ribbon is silk, made from recycled parachutes. The one pictured here is blue, but originally all of the ribbons were a beautiful purple (sadly I ran out and had to get a different color!)
Here’s the letterpressed front! I am really happy about the quality of it. Although I had a bad experience with their customer service, I have to say, the quality from Mercurio Brothers is very good.
Here’s a close-up of us in letterpress!
Now,申博太阳城现金直营网 产后性生活可以不避孕吗 澳门太阳城开户, getting into the meat of things. The invitation is an accordion. The accordion itself was made using large sheets of pool-colored cover weight paper from Paper Source. The last panel is affixed to one A7 luxe cream flat cards,澳门太阳城娱乐官方网 头发很稀 澳门太阳城视讯平台 有点脱发 一天不洗头第二天头发会很油 …木质珠串尽展腕上风流(图), and the front part of the accordion is sandwiched between one A7 luxe cream flat card and the letterpressed front. I printed the panels out on luxe cream text weight paper, straight from my ink jet printer. I had the RSVP postcards printed at Prints Made Easy. If you’re going to have people write on the front of your postcards, they shouldn’t be glossy, and Vista Print only has the glossy option, which is why I didn’t use them. The quality from Prints Made Easy was great.
A close-up of the details panel. We had a lot of information to share with our guests,澳门太阳城SUNBET官网, mostly regarding the trolley/transportation situation.
The tips panel–this is where I shared information about our block of rooms and website. I also reminded people who might not be familiar with San Francisco to pack a jacket, because it’s cold here in the summer!
The RSVP postcard is affixed to the accordion using a removeable glue dot. I found those at Walgreens. I am slightly worried that people won’t pull off the sticky dot and the RSVPs will get lost in the mail, but (yikes!) we will see. Hopefully our guests will think about that.
This is my attempt to limit the write-in guests. We’ll see if it works! I have a place where I wrote in how many seats we reserved for them. I wrote in their names on the RSVP because we had no inner envelope.
The back of the RSVP postcard…I’m trying to collect the out-of-town info so that distributing the OOT bags will be easier. I also put a little place for people to leave us a note (I love notes! I hope we get good ones!). And, last but not least, I had it addressed to “the future Mr. and Ms. Olsher-Ng,” because we’re all modern and stuff.
So that’s it!! This has by far been my favorite part of the planning process. So fun!
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