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#1 FIFAbride

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    Posted 08 July 2012 - 03:49 PM

    I also posted these in the invitation forum.  They are DIY, my fiance and I did it all with the exception of printing.  So far the response is that everyone loves them.  Most people have asked where we found ticket stock...hee hee.  Their faces were priceless when we told them that we made it look like that.

     

    Here is the monogram we created.  We printed it on stickers and put it on the out side of our ticket holder.

     

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    This is the inside of our ticket holder

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    The front of our invites.  Each one is individualized for the invitee under Passenger Receipt and perforated

     

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    The back of the invite.  The stamp in the middle is what a real passport stamp from Tahiti looks like.  Thought it was a nice touch since that is where we are getting married.

     

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    #2 olive0y1

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      Posted 09 October 2012 - 09:11 AM

      Originally Posted by FIFAbride 

      I also posted these in the invitation forum.  They are DIY, my fiance and I did it all with the exception of printing.  So far the response is that everyone loves them.  Most people have asked where we found ticket stock...hee hee.  Their faces were priceless when we told them that we made it look like that.

       

      Here is the monogram we created.  We printed it on stickers and put it on the out side of our ticket holder.

       

      monogramdark.PNG

      IMG_3262.JPG

       

       

      This is the inside of our ticket holder

      IMG_3264 - Copy.JPG

       

      The front of our invites.  Each one is individualized for the invitee under Passenger Receipt and perforated

       

      IMG_3257 - Copy.JPG

       

      The back of the invite.  The stamp in the middle is what a real passport stamp from Tahiti looks like.  Thought it was a nice touch since that is where we are getting married.

       

      IMG_3258.JPG

      These look great!



      #3 angelnjewels

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        Posted 13 October 2012 - 06:01 PM

        I love these are cute! Did you use a website to get the template for the boarding pass invites?

        Can't wait to marry my best friend and love of my life...


        #4 Dvhtu

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          Posted 16 October 2012 - 04:57 AM

          Where do you get them printed out? Can you do that at Staples?



          #5 dwbride2014

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          Posted 16 October 2012 - 03:57 PM

          This is exactly what I had in mind! You did an amazing job!!

           

          Did I read this correctly, that you cut the paper stock to look like the boarding pass? What type of paper did you use and how did you get the cuts to be so precise? I am so impressed!



          #6 missde09

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            Posted 18 October 2012 - 11:40 AM

            Love this whole idea! I have been fiddling around with a DIY boarding pass template that I got from this blog: http://sosnweddingde...invitation.html

             

            Here is what they look like so far:

            We are having an AHR so the wording of the invitations has been the hardest! Let me know what you ladies think and if you have any ideas on how to make it less confusing for people.

            Thanks!



            #7 Arch713

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              Posted 19 October 2012 - 01:18 PM

              I love the boarding pass invites! Overall, how much time was spent making these? I am debating between having them done vs. DIY - but want to know how much time I am getting myself into.

               

              Thanks for sharing!



              #8 olive0y1

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                Posted 20 October 2012 - 09:41 PM

                Originally Posted by missde09 

                Love this whole idea! I have been fiddling around with a DIY boarding pass template that I got from this blog: http://sosnweddingde...invitation.html

                 

                Here is what they look like so far:

                We are having an AHR so the wording of the invitations has been the hardest! Let me know what you ladies think and if you have any ideas on how to make it less confusing for people.

                Thanks!

                OoO :D



                #9 missde09

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                  Posted 22 October 2012 - 07:02 AM

                  After downloading the template it took me a few hours to get it how I would like it to look. I still have to make the RSVP's, but all in all it was not that long. I am going to have my BM's help me cut everything and put the invitation packets all together. So, that should only take about a day as well. I am borrowing craft tools from friends and family and that is saving me a lot of money. All in all, I will be able to do around 120 invites and response cards for under $100 plus postage.



                  #10 blondi1029

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                    Posted 02 February 2013 - 02:52 PM

                    How did you print the stickers?






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