Today I'm going to put on some photographs of Simon and Rebecca's Wedding invitations. They got married in November and wanted a box with all information cards inside. I embossed a tree on the top of the box and then followed that through to all the inserts. The colour was white and deep (Cadbury) purple. I then made a wrap using Martha Stewart ornate punch and sealed it all with a spray of autumnal die cuts. Acorns, leaves, pine cones. They are from Stephanie Weighman's tattered lace dies. It was quite time consuming but so worth it. We had a wishing tree at the wedding so we carried the tree and autumn theme right through the ceremony. Rebecca had candles and pine cones dotted around so it all worked nicely together.
The box was kept very plain, just an embossed tree on top and layered with purple.
The wrap was wrapped around the inserts and sealed with a group of dies put together to make an autumn spray. This one pictured is an 'undone' wrap. When it was sealed the sides came together exactly.
The inserts were about eight. The first one was plain with the guests name on it. Then the invite details, RSVP, map and directions, guest list information etc. I embossed each one after I printed them from the computer.
The guests seemed to like this one and it was easy to match everything up for the order of service, table plan, name plates etc.
I'm going to try and make some birthday cards now as we have so many birthdays in January.
Thanks for looking, Lynne