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I am beyond pleased at how well my invitations came out!  They were definitely a labor of love. My graphic designer friend did the layout, but the concept of the invite is mine. The guests so far have been quite pleased with the quality of the invites and how much fun our wedding is going to be! I must admit, I can find several mistakes with my critical eye that were overlooked, but they still make me smile! 

 

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Wow these are amazing!!! Great work!

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They look great! We are doing something similar as ours will be a pocket-fold! 

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@@cometgirl, I actually did 50 pocket and 100 non pocket. Since there was a huge price difference and most of the invitees are not coming, I chose to send them the cheaper ones. It was funny cause some households got 2 different invites; pocket & non pocket! And I used two colors, red & black just for shits & giggles!! 


And crazier...is that I didn't even keep a pocket one for myself!!! 

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@@cometgirl, I did pocket ones for the bridal party, and ticketed guest at the time of mailing. The remaining pockets went to worthy family and close friends. All family members I knew were not coming were mailed the cheaper ones. It worked out perfectly and honestly, I would have been just as happy with all cheap ones. I mean honestly, who really keeps invitations other than our moms!!! LOL! 

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These look great. I can't wait it get to the point where I finish mine. It's a long, arduous process but you should be very proud of yourself

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@@cometgirl, I did pocket ones for the bridal party, and ticketed guest at the time of mailing. The remaining pockets went to worthy family and close friends. All family members I knew were not coming were mailed the cheaper ones. It worked out perfectly and honestly, I would have been just as happy with all cheap ones. I mean honestly, who really keeps invitations other than our moms!!! LOL!

Congrats on your wedding

 

Hope to see you back to hear all

About it. I still have a small part in my heart that wanted a Vegas marriage so can't wait to see all your pics /)

 

 

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