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Chanel! THESE ARE GORGEOUS! I mean, really - one of a kind and beautiful. I love the font, the cohesive theme - ALL of it! 
 

Originally Posted by coconoir1908 View Post

ndvidul,

 

Thanks so much on the compliments I really appreciate it.  I can't wait to mail these bad boys -)  We are praying that we get at least 7 more rooms booked for the unlimited events.  We are 19 strong (including FI & I) not counting the guest that booked via travelocity. 

 

I'm claiming the unlimited events (not that we are going to add more on) but the fact that we would only have to pay for set-up versus the $400 per table. 

 

Happy Planning my Bridal Family



 

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Chelsea,

 

Thank you sooooooo very much.  This means the world coming from you....Big hugs from PA

 

Originally Posted by bondgirl0072010 View Post

Chanel! THESE ARE GORGEOUS! I mean, really - one of a kind and beautiful. I love the font, the cohesive theme - ALL of it! 
 



 

Gonzalo,  Thanks a bunch bunch bunch. BTW, I just referered someone your way (another Philly Bride;-)  She needs a photog for 4/21/12.  Yvette if you are viewing don't forget to reach out.  Boy I love this site. TeeHee

 

 



Originally Posted by gonzaloNunez View Post

yes! those are great! :)



 

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Coconoir!!! These turned out beautifully!!! Love the colors and design. Sarah did an excellent job!
 

Originally Posted by coconoir1908 View Post

Drum roll please....with a little rockon.gifAfter having technical difficulties with trying to re-size the photos with my camera I decided to take the pictures with my phone (my apologies for the quality as these photos do not do the passports justice).  Sarah from Sproullie Designs is absolutely amazing and captured Derick's and I vision in our STDs.  These invites are an extension of our vision and we are so elated.  You can view our STDS at http://www.etsy.com/listing/78651352/deposit-boarding-pass-invitation-or-save?ref=sr_gallery_22&ga_search_submit=&ga_search_query=sproullie+designs&ga_view_type=gallery&ga_ship_to=US&ga_page=1&ga_search_type=handmade&ga_facet=handmade.  So without further ado, here are our Amazing Passport Invites:

 

Addressed Envelope with our custom stamp from Zazzle

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Front/Back of Passports

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FI Signing his name to page 2

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Page 1 and 2

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Page 3 and 4

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page 5 and 6

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Lookin' fabulous coconoir!! Your guests are going to absolutely love those. I was think of doing boarding passes, but those passports look so good I might look into doing that. Love them!

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You could always do the passports as the STD's and then have the boarding passes as the actual invitations. I had FedEx Office perforate the ends of the boarding passes so guests could just fill those out and mail just that part back in as their RSVP. Just an idea ;)
 

Originally Posted by leenancy View Post

Lookin' fabulous coconoir!! Your guests are going to absolutely love those. I was think of doing boarding passes, but those passports look so good I might look into doing that. Love them!



 

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We had the printer perforate ours as well....however it wasn't the same size as a post card. It was a little too small and we ended up having to get envelopes for them. So that's something for you ladies to consider when doing invites/STD's. Especially if you are trying to save money!!
 

Originally Posted by bondgirl0072010 View Post

You could always do the passports as the STD's and then have the boarding passes as the actual invitations. I had FedEx Office perforate the ends of the boarding passes so guests could just fill those out and mail just that part back in as their RSVP. Just an idea ;)
 



 



 

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Hi again!

 

I just got off the phone with FI and he is VERY concerned about the "no outside vendors allowed"  We want an outside photog.  For his peace of mind, what are you guys doing?

 

Are you just getting a day pass for your photog?

or

Are you getting them a room?

or

Are you using onsite photography?

 

I keep telling him that everyone does it, but he not wanting to sign the contract because of it.

 

Thanks!

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