Hello everyone!! I’m here to share with you some wedding invitations that I created for my cousins wedding in Jamaica, WI this July!!
I was commissioned to create 105 invitations with little directions. The colors are blue, coral and white. That was all I had to go on and i didn’t have a lot time to create them since they needed to go out so that people could make their travel plans.
Take a look at the invites:
You have the invitation and envelope, reply card and envelope and a ribbon closure.
Check out my journey:
To create the invitation base, I used the envelope punch board to create an envelope but this is no ordinary envelope.
Once these card bases were cut and scored, the actually invite was created digitally and sent to print.
Once they printed, they were cut and adhered inside the blue base with Tombow Stamp Runner Adhesive.
Next up were the envelopes. 105 envelopes were cut using a Stampin’ Trimmer. They were adhered together with Tombow Extreme Adhesive.
Scoring the cardstock is up next.
The reply cards were created digitally as well. Printed and sized perfectly. The envelopes were created for those as well.
Once all of the paper was cut and put together. The invitations were complete.
I have to admit, I was given a month and a half to complete these and it was hard work.
105 cut invitation bases cut and scored
105 invitations cut
105 envelops cut and scored
105 reply cards cut
105 reply envelops cut and scored
That is a lot of paper cut by hand!!
Here is some of the scraps left:
This is just one table!!
I’m glad they turned out so pretty and that I was able to make my cousins happy!!
What do you think? Should I go into the invitation business? Let me know below.
Thanks for stopping by!
4 thoughts on “Wedding Invitations”
These are gorgeous! I just finished making 70 weddig invitations for my niece so I know how work and time extensive they are to make. I love your design.
Hi Kymona ~ These are absolutely beautiful….what an awesome and thoughtful cousin you are! My son recently became engaged and I know I have invitation making in my near future! I can’t imagine how you found the time to make all of these while working full time, being a Mom and making cards for the different challenges and DTs you’re on. You are amazing!! ~HUGS~
These are beautiful Kymona! They turned out great and I can imagine how long they must’ve taken. How lucky your cousin is to have such a creative and talented person in their family to make these! (@peoniesandpalette)
Hey JoAnne!! Thank you so much!! My cousin loved them. I was so happy that I could make those for them.