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I was just telling 12 piece that she lucked up with Robin and so did you! Her work is great!! I hope Michael doesn't catch on. So many people are using her, I don't know if you can continue to keep saying, "Oh a family friend is doing the photography"........Anyway, I know it will all work itself out. I can't wait to see how your pics turn out!

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Wow, everything looks so amazing.

 

I am IN LOVE with your menus!! They are so nice. I would love to do something similar, any advice you can give would be amazing! Thanks

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i got some thick bronzy chocolate paper from Kelly Paper and some lighter cardstock where I printed our monogram. I printed our actual menu on clear vellum paper and then placed it over top of the ligher cardstock.....then placed the lighter cardstock over the heavy chocolate paper. then, I used brads to attach the 2 together. Lastly, I went to kinkos and used their free paper cutter machine. It came out really nice. It's even prettier in person.

 

A good tip is to use a thumb tack to create the holes at the top and then use the brad to push it through.

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Here are my chair sashes:
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I am gong to tie my sashes like this:
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I LOVE THIS!!! What material did you use for your sashes? How big is the fabric?

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It's an organza fabric and I bought about 120 of them. At first, I thought that I wanted satin, but with the way that I'm choosing to tie them, I think that organza will be perfect!!

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It's an organza fabric and I bought about 120 of them. At first, I thought that I wanted satin, but with the way that I'm choosing to tie them, I think that organza will be perfect!!
How big are they?

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How big are they?
ummm.......i'm not sure. I will have to check when i get home, but they are pretty long (maybe about 3 feet). In the picture, I have it doubled and folded over. If you look closely, you can see some of it hanging on the other side.

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