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Luggage Tag Save the Dates are done!!! ***Pic Heavy**

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PynkLemonade I cannot tell you how much I love your save the dates! I had to steal your idea! I'm still working on finishing them but I absolutely love them so far! Thank you for sharing your work with us! Here's a preview of my save the dates inspired by your work! Happy Planning Brides! <3 ALT=""http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/content/type/61/id/219556/width/500/height/1000'>http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/content/type/61/id/219556/width/500/height/1000[/img] ALT=""http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/content/type/61/id/219557/width/500/height/1000[/img]ALT=""http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/content/

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I finally got my Save the Dates done!! I am so pleased with the outcome. We decided to do luggage tags Save the Dates!! I found this idea online and thought it was really unique and of course anyone who knows me knows that I love to be different, lol.

So take a peek and please leave feedback and your thoughts if you have time.

Below is the information on how we put them together.

I am very blessed that my sister is an event planner and has played an integral part in all of my stationary products (place cards, table numbers, save the date design, bridal shower invitation, and our monograms!)

We ordered 100 luggage tags (since this was the minimum you could order) from Luggage Tag 1840-620x Colored Molded Rigid Plastic. We only used half but hey I thought it was worth the deal and maybe I can sell the rest or find some use for them somehow.

Next my sister ordered custom business cards from Vistaprint to print the front and back. The front we made like a standard luggage tag with all the information listed and on the back we used our custom monogram that my sister created for us.

We used grosgrain ribbon for the loops from JoAnn's Fabric (they were on sale for $1.00 a roll and we only needed about 6 rolls of each ribbon. I bought the 60 starfish charms off eBay for $4.00 and another 50 from another bride that was selling them, so I'll have to find another project to use the rest of those too. I am so impulsive with shopping that my motto has become you can never have too much, lol.

We purchased the envelopes from bluepaperdot.com and there shipping is great. I recieved the envelopes in 5 days and they were about 12.95 per pack (each pack comes with 50) We ordered both Aqua Lagoon and Fuschia since those are our colors.

We used water bottle labels to do the wrap around label which turned out great!

I am so happy with them and now look forward to working on the formal invitations.

If anyone is interested in my sister's work, please check out her website, www.mysparklingevent.com and her blog, The Sparkle Spot

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LOVE THESE! These are the colors I'm planning on having too...at least REALLLY close. I know this post is old but I'm also trying to get to 150 posts! I am still trying to decide if I want to do luggage tags for STDs or something else....too many decisions!

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I love the font you use. Any one know what it is?

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PynkLemonade I cannot tell you how much I love your save the dates! I had to steal your idea! I'm still working on finishing them but I absolutely love them so far! Thank you for sharing your work with us! Here's a preview of my save the dates inspired by your work! Happy Planning Brides! <3

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Love your tags!!!! where did you get all of your items???

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that's is so creative!!

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