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  1. ellie0717

    Jellyfish Restaurant

    Lindsay. Thank you so much that was very detailed and very helpful! We'll have to meet up our group will be there from Jan 11-Jan 18
  2. ellie0717

    Jellyfish Restaurant

    Hey ladies wondering if any of you could post your wedding day timeline. We are staying at Dreams Palm Beach and our ceremony begins at 4:30 at the Jellyfish. I'm trying to figure out when to schedule our hair appts for the day of. We are not doing a first look but I'd like to get some pictures down at the pool/ beach with the bridesmaids and myself before we get ready and still have plenty of time to relax and do our makeup and take pictures back in the room, so if any of you have ideas of time frames I'd greatly appreciate any and all help in the matter. Thanks!!!
  3. ellie0717

    Jellyfish Restaurant

    We are doing a symbolic ceremony and I'm wondering if anyone can help me out and let me know who officiates in this case? We don't want anyone from our group doing it. We'd prefer to have someone else as our guests won't know that we've already had a legal ceremony. Does Mayte do it and if so do you send your ceremony script down ahead or just give it to her down there and she reads it right off your paper... Any answers, ideas or thoughts would be much appreciated!!
  4. Thank you so much! To answer your questions I did print everything myself on just a regular printer. The palm tree on the cover of our passports is actually our wedding monogram. I ordered it from Creative Montage on Etsy for around $20 for the digital files of 5 monograms. I've attached it below
  5. Thank you everyone, seriously it totally makes all the hard work worth it!!! Behind the passport is just the RSVP card held together with the map band. Let me know if you have any other questions.
  6. hmmm... I'm so sorry but I don't remember what font I used but I get all mine from dafont.com. There are a ton of cute ones! Let me know if you need anything else.
  7. We did ours thru vista print too. I created the design on picnik (now Picmonkey) and uploaded the design and printed them. I think I paid $60 for 100 magnets.
  8. MsBrynn, Thank you soo much for the super sweet comments. Totally made my day! What is your email address I'll send you my file. THANK YOU EVERYONE ELSE TOO!!! El
  9. This is what we had in our passport invite. Not sure if it's what you're looking for. Link to our DIY Kraft Paper Passport Invites: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/t/79935/our-diy-kraft-paper-passport-invites#post_1775823
  10. We made passport invitations to match the theme of our Kraft Paper Save-the-dates: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/t/77740/diy-save-the-dates-tons-of-pictures SAVE THE DATES: Below are the INVITATIONS: I made the envelope liner and band by customizing a map that I found and just cutting and glueing them into the envelope. I used glue dots for the bands. My Fiancé trying to help but his lines weren’t exactly the quality I was hoping for J A for effort! I created the first page on picmonkey.com, I wanted a unique invitation. I think it worked well with the fun style of the passport invite. Below is the file of that page: (one of my FAVORITE QUOTES by DMB) I didn’t have too much information to put into my invites because I put all prices and packages on our wedding website. I used the Aylee Designs Template for the passports: PASSPORT INVITATION TEMPLATE (4 pages) by Aylee (www.ayleebits.com) Page 1 (On the inside of the cover) Invitation Page 2 Fun Passport picture page Page 3 Accommodations Page 4 Travel Page 5 Passort Info Page 6 Letter to our guests I made address labels to match the pages of the passport and then just hand wrote the address in: RSVP POSTCARDS: I used one of our engagement pictures, microsoft paint, dafont.com & picmonkey.com to create the RSVP card, I then uploaded the front and back to vistaprint.com and was able to print 100 RSVP postcards for just the cost of uploading the 2 files and shipping! I’ve been working a crazy amount of hours and had no time to get my invites sent out. So one night last week when I was at the office late, my sister and personal attendant came and while I worked on work stuff they worked all night on the invites. Seriously I am so lucky with the people I have in my life!! This entire project cost me just $39.00 because I was somehow able to utilize only supplies I already owned. I didn't even try to cut costs but in the end I realized that I'd only whipped out our wedding check card twice! Once for the Postcard stamps (a had already saved up 100 regular stamps for the invites) and the second time for the shipping on the RSVP cards from Vistaprint. Other supplies I used but already had were: Kraft Paper Cardstock Brochure Paper (for inner pages) Avery 8163 shipping labels for addresses Avery 8293 1" round labels for return addresses Reg paper for envelope liners and bands Envelopes (already had from a previous VistaPrint order) Staples Cutter Martha Stewart Boning Folder Forever Stamps I think that that is everything. Please let me know if you have any questions! Happy Planning Ladies!
  11. Our DIY Kraft Paper Passport Invites (Tons of Pictures) We made passports to match the theme of our Kraft Paper Save-the-dates: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/t/77740/diy-save-the-dates-tons-of-pictures Below are the INVITATIONS: I made the envelope liner and band by customizing a map that I found and just cutting an d glueing them into the envelope. I used glue dots for the bands. My Fiancé trying to help but his lines weren’t exactly the quality I was hoping for J A for effort! I created the first page (actual invite on picmonkey.com) Below is the file of that page: (one of my FAVORITE QUOTES by DMB) I didn’t have too much information to put into my invites because I put all prices and packages on our wedding website. I made address labels to match the pages of the passport and then just hand wrote the address in: RSVP POSTCARDS: I used one of our engagement pictures, microsoft paint, dafont.com & picmonkey.com to create the RSVP card, I then uploaded the front and back to vistaprint.com and was able to print 100 RSVP postcards for just the cost of uploading the 2 files and shipping! I’ve been working a crazy amount of hours and had no time to get my invites sent out. So one night last week when I was at the office late, my sister and personal attendant came and while I worked on work stuff they worked all night on the invites. Seriously I am so lucky with the people I have in my life!! This entire project cost me just $39.00 because I was somehow able to utilize only supplies I already owned. I didn't even try to cut costs but in the end I realized that I wiped out our wedding check card only twice! Once for the Postcard stamps (a had already saved up 100 regular stamps for the invites) and the second time for the shipping on the RSVP cards from Vistaprint. Other supplies I used but already had were: Kraft Paper Cardstock Brochure Paper (for inner pages) Avery 8163 shipping labels for addresses Avery 8293 1" round labels for return addresses Reg paper for envelope liners and bands Envelopes (already had from a previous VistaPrint order) Staples Cutter Martha Stewart Boning Folder I think that that is everything. Please let me know if you have any questions! Happy Planning Ladies!
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