Handcrafting My Own Wedding Stationery

As many of you know already that read my blog or know me on a personal level that I get married in October.  I always knew that I wanted to handcraft my very own wedding stationery.

Back in February was when I ordered all the stuff I needed and started making them, you can read all about it on my facebook page Kimz Kardz & Kraftz.

The colour scheme was between purple, coral & Turquoise, our original wedding date was July and I choose Turquoise as it was a lovely summery colour.  Then when I discovered I was pregnant just before Christmas and due in July we had to postpone the wedding but stayed with the same colour scheme.

I ordered alot of stuff off ebay as delivery is good and it is good quality too.

The design I went for was a simple yet very effective style of invite, with delicate hearts and a handmade bow on the front with embellishments to finish it off.

Wedding Invitation

All the hearts were punched out by hand for each invite also.

The inside was all printed off and cut to the correct size to fit perfectly within the card.  My dad designed the little pocket to put the rsvp, gift list and hotels in.

Wedding insert

I added a colour border round the edge to make them stand out better on white card.

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I couldn’t of asked for them to turn out any better than they did.  It took me a total of 4 months to complete but that was down to other personal commitments we had in the family to deal with.

Now I have completed them I would offer these to purchase at a price of £5.95 all in,  excluding delivery. They can be in any colour scheme to suit your special day.

If you know anyone that is getting married and would love handcrafted bespoke wedding invitations then head over to my facebook page for all my designs and message me for a free no obligtion quote.

Kim

About Kim

Wife to Tom, First time Mummy to Little Boy Freddie and Auntie to 4 Boys & 1 Girl.

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