Alright ladies I have officially finished my invitations!! I sent them out today and couldnâ€™t wait to share them with all of you! Every bride on this site is so inspiring and I have learned so much from so many of you! So thank you for all your help because I couldnâ€™t have made these invites without you!
For our save the dates I made a luggage tag magnet and to continue the travel theme I decided on passport invitations with a boarding pass for the RSVP. I used the alyeebits template in word and let me tell you I struggled. It took me forever (it felt like) to get everything right and lined up. I worked through it and I am really happy with my result! On to the good stuffâ€¦â€¦
I used a green linen card stock paper for the cover and twine to bind it.
The paper inside was a crazy find in my areaâ€¦â€¦the Kelly paper store in upland, ca. I purchased a whole ream for $9! Itâ€™s a 65lb cream vellum paper, it worked great and my printer liked it too!
The RSVP boarding pass is a linen metallic cream color (the pic doesnâ€™t do it justice) Itâ€™s a beautiful paper! On the back I printed our address and put a stamp in the corner. I also perforated the end piece so the guest will tear off the â€œpassenger receipt â€œ and mail the rest in as a postcard!
The sleeve is a piece of scrapbook linen paper I found at Joanne's that I folded and cut.
I purchased the envelopes at the same upland store they were a champagne opal color. I made the envelope seals at home they were 1 ½ inch in diameter.
The finished result! I made 45 invites and I am soooo happy to cross this off the list!! Thanks for reading! Let me know if you have any questions, I am happy to help!
There are so many brides that have done a wonderful job on passport invites and you have helped me so much! Thank you!!