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JKe895 JKe895 10 years
These are really nice. My mom went into this whole, "You should make it yourself" and that's another pain in the butt. Sorry Mom, had to tell everyone about it (hee hee).
mj mj 10 years
Dauphine Press did my wedding invitations! They were beautiful. Great source Fab!
kscincotta kscincotta 10 years
I made my own too. I made a great collage using our baby pictures, a picture of us now and some tidbits of thigns we knew were going to be incorporated into the wedding and then printed out the collage on one side and the details on the other. I used the postcard stock you can buy at Office Depot, which was super cheap and easy.
RCLdesigngirl RCLdesigngirl 10 years
We made our own save the date cards! I used Photoshop, created the layout and used one of our engagement portraits and had them printed at a local printing press on cardstock. It cost around $30.00 for 200!
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 10 years
I am actually looking for cute lingerie shower invites as we speak.
MrsJigglesworth MrsJigglesworth 10 years
very pretty, b.bride! I love the colors and the fonts :)
burlingtonbride burlingtonbride 10 years
I wanted to share our save the dates and the wonderful company where we got them. Here is a photo of the save the date (http://tinyurl.com/2hal6c). It's printed on textured cream colored card stock with brown and "citrine" green accents. It's a "brooke" from one of the beautiful "pre-packed" options from www.creativemontage.com. They are so reasonably priced and lovely. Check them out if you're still looking for save the dates, invitations or monograms.
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