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Boarding Pass Invites!!! *PICS* template on post #18 & #38

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First i want to say thank you to all the BDW ladies for their inspirations and templates!!!

 

I got the card stock for the boarding passes and jacket from paper-papers in Stardream Metallic - 8.5 x 11 - Cardstock Paper - 105lb Cover in Crystal and Azalea. They had the best price for the amount that I needed. Note: always google for coupons before buying, it saved me $10. Their shipping was really fast and the great thing was they sent some free samples of different colors of the stardream metallics.

 

I got the the envelopes from envelopemall in silver. The problem I had with the envelopes were that i wanted to do a postcard RSVP so I had to order a little bit bigger envelope to fit the size of the postcard and boarding passes but it all worked out in the end just took some time to figure it out.

 

Lastly got the RSVP cards from vistaprint and just used one of their templates and tried to make it look it was written in the sand. Plus with postcards RSVPs is you can save on the postage as they only need 28 cents.

 

 

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all three pass with the RSVP postcard

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Back of RSVP postcard

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everything all wrapped up

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So much attention to detail! wow! I'm in awe! I love the RSVP postcard, lovely picture with your names in the sand!

 

I can only hope that when I come to do mine they turn out as nice as yours!

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