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July 11th, 2011 at 2:11 pm

…Invited…

This month, I also helped a good friend with her wedding invitations.

This wedding is the blending of two families into one. So the children are doing the inviting to the ceremony. We printed the invitations ourselves (I have a color laser printer) and took the 11×17 sheets to Kinko’s to have them cut into pieces.  There are 4 parts to the invitation – Invitation, Accommodations, Response Card and Map/Directions. I put a little bit of a twist on the invitation by designing a monogram medallion for the outside of the invitation.

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Everything was printed on pearlized paper – the printing was a little tricky. Sometimes that paper doesn’t take toner very well or consistently – this can drive a perfectionist crazy.

She added some rhinestones on the inside to give a little sparkle and also on the medallion, and the translucent ribbon to the outside.

I am happy to say that they are very happy with how they turned out and so am I.

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