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Did you ever get the feeling like you are going a little overboard with the fine details? I decided to have a Wedding Invitation Consultant assist me with my STD and invitation designs. I love what she has done for me and now I just want the perfect finishing touch so I have created started to create custom postage. Has anyone else done this? Is it too over the tophuh.gif

 

Here's what I designed for my STD:

 

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I need opinions!!!

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I ordered custom postage stamps for my invites from zazzle as well. I wanted to jazz up the invites a little since they are basic 5x7 w/o all the bells and whistles you normally see with wedding invites. I just used one of the predesigns on zazzle - it's a pic of the ocean and turquoise is one of my colors. Then I used a turqoise glitter gelly pen to address. I haven't gotten the stamps yet but I think it will look really nice.

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I did a custom stamp from Zazzle on my save the dates. Our guests and family members loved them! Its something people will notice and totally worth it IMO. :) Yours are cute!

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I love the custom postage but it is a little pricey! So I may do them for our wedding thank you's! Just to add an extra touch and show our thanks!

 

I am also hand making all of our thank yous and calender of events. Gotta love stampin' up and my consultant for helping me!!!!

 

I think it adds a great personal touch and a nice way to show we care!

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That's so cute!! Are you doing a cruise wedding? I saw those towel animals on the Carnival website! I don't think it's too much... I was even thinking of doing stamps with a picture of my FI and I.

 

Jaime

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We are having a resort wedding. This was a picture from our cruise, and I actually bought the book on how to fold the towels. Anyone that comes and stays with us usually gets an elephant or dog on their bed. So I thought it would be a personal touch and give the idea of vacation.

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