Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Reply Cards

I am pretty sure that I have selected my invitations, but I need to nail down the layout for the reply card.  I am finding this particularly difficult because I am not in direct contact with the stationer.  Also, I always see the multiple invitation pieces, but don't always know how they are packaged. And while I am sure that they aren't just haphazardly thrown into an envelope, I wasn't sure the method.  Here are some things that I like.

http://www.doodledogadvertising.com/doodledogblog/?cat=5&paged=5     I always see cool ribbons tied around, but a thick grosgrain ribbon won't necessarily tie neatly.  I like this idea of a tag to seal the belly band or ribbon.

I'm just loving everything that I'm finding on the Doodle Dog blog.  This girl is a genius.

Some great links:
All things stamps: Antiquaria: http://antiquariadesignstudio.bigcartel.com/product/cast-away-wedding-date-monogram

Really cool DIY tutorial for stamped invites featured on Oh So Beautiful Paper: http://ohsobeautifulpaper.com/2011/12/diy-tutorial-rubber-stamp-banner-wedding-invitations/

Heat Embossing Tutorial: http://ohsobeautifulpaper.com/2011/07/diy-tutorial-embossed-custom-stationery/

http://ohsobeautifulpaper.com/2011/08/ashley-peters-yellow-and-gray-patterned-letterpress-wedding-invitations/     "RSVP: Can't wait, Sad to miss".

Fold out map:

Twine wrapped:

Wedding & Reception, We're there for the Whole Weekend, Sadly we cannot attend.

Website card:

Incorporating Vellum:

How adorable is this?!!!!?
http://www.invitationcrush.com/lily-barn-letterpress-wedding-invites/      http://fourthyearstudio.com/


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