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Love these!!! Rebecca did mine as well...

After a long period, I FINALLY got my save the dates out last week.  I initially planned on DIY, but i'm really just not that creative with arts and crafts and lacked the time to be able to do it the way I would have wanted it done as a slight perfectionist.  So I caved in and ordered save the date magnets from Magnet Street, and ordered my invites from Allurement by Rebecca (AWESOME!!!!)  I am so in love with my invites!! I did an letter insert because I have a lot of older family that do NOT use the internet so to avoid a lot of questions ...this was the route we chose.  The insert is a word document that i placed on a design from Vistaprint, and it included our greeting, our TA info, and on the back of the insert, I included the hotel blocks, cost, and gift registry.  We bowed to family pressure regarding having a gift registry.  I attempted to make the inner envelope that was included with the magnet less plain so I ordered customized monogram stickers from Zazzle.com.  I also got gel glitter pens, rubber stamps and red and purple ink pads from Michaels. I traced around the sticker with the purple glitter pen and filled in the letter "O" in the word Love with the red glitter pen. Took a while but we're getting positive responses so that's great!  I whited out our last name and wedding site but you can pm me if you want to see our website. Hope you like! LL LL LL

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Thanks Mary! Rebecca is awesome. She really captured how i wanted my colors.

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