— Taylor —
“I loved the plain black tie formal look!”
Taylor said Pinterest was a big source of inspiration in designing her classic black and white wedding invitations.
- Signature Pockets in Ebony Black
- A7 Square Flap Envelopes in Snow White
- Silver Foil Envelope Liner (See our envelope liners here)
- Silver Foil Bellyband (See our bellybands here)
- Silver Round Stickers
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- Paper Trimmer
- Glue Stick
- Embosser from Amazon
- Home Printer
“I designed my invite on Adobe Illustrator.
Cards and Pockets for the envelopes, belly bands, and pockets. [I also used a] paper cutter, glue, scissors, embosser, and printer.”
“I first printed all the addresses onto my envelopes using Microsoft Word.
Then I embossed every envelope with our address on back with custom embosser I bought on Amazon.
Then I glued the invite to the pocket and cut the enclosure cards to fit on a tier in the pocket.”
“Ask your bridal party for help! It’s a lot of work but so worth it!”
Congratulations Taylor! Thank you for sharing your DIY Story with us!
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