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Our DIY Cruise Wedding Passport Invites (Pic Heavy!)

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I'm so excited to show you all our DIY passport invites for our cruise wedding!  They finally went in the mail last weekend, and our guests LOVE them!  We bought the template from Vanessa's Destination Weddings (you can find her contact info here: http://diy.weddingbee.com/topic/vanessas-diy-destination-wedding-passport-invites-038-rsvp-boarding-passes#axzz2hdPSpurY


We really couldn't be happier with how they turned out.  It was a lot of work- all said and done probably 50-60 hours, but we are so proud that we did them ourselves and saved hundreds of dollars too.


(I can't figure out how to rotate the images, so some are sideways.  Sorry!)






Completed Invites ready to mail!


We used the template but it was designed for a land based DW.  We had to re-do everything for a cruise:




The invite page (sorry it's upside down!)




Welcome Aboard page




Info about the ports (this upside down thing is driving me nuts...lol)




Activities & Group Activities



Wedding Day Info



Contact Info





Itinerary / Back Cover



After printing / cutting / assembly / Corner rounding



Twinkle helping us put the address labels on the envelopes. :)



The RSVP is also a postcard, which saved on postage! It's perforated so guests can tear off the reminder to keep.  The QR code leads people directly to our wedding website.



Back of the RSVP



There you have it.  If anyone has any questions just let me know! :)

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