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The invitations are a formality at this point, as we think we are aware of all of those that will be able to make make the trip.

 

I ordered the Envelopment pockets from a local woman that makes invitations.

I designed all of the printed items, just gave her the files.

She had them cut and printed.

I assembled and pasted them all myself.

 

It is hard to tell from the pictures, but I used metallic envy and white micah.

I cut out some small vellum-like sheets to cover the invitation print, like in traditional invites, they are not affixed to the invite.

 

Micah metallic envelope, I had to cut all the seals:

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Fonts are dark-dark brown and green:

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Response card is a postcard:

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This one is a little blurry.

Spanish version is on the back side of the Travel & Accommodations insert:

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If I had to do it again, I would use something cheaper than Envelopments, they are expensive!

For as much work as I did, I would do the printing and cutting myself (would have been much cheaper), but she did a nice job with the printing.

I have this ability to jam every printer I touch, so I was glad not to have to deal with that piece of it.

 

If you see any typos, please don't tell me!

They are done! Hehe!

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Those are very nice...my friend sent those envelopements for her wedding last month...and that was the first time I saw them and thought thought they were pretty neat...

 

you made me laugh about the typos!!! smile120.gif

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They look beautiful Paula! Great job on the design of the inserts! Oh and about those typos.....just kidding; I however spelled accommodations wrong on mine and had to reprint the inserts after my mother (whom is a business teacher) corrected me by giving me the spelling lesson she gives her students: "Accommoadtions, like a room, has "room" for a lot of letters" since I forgot the other M....for god sakes.

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They look beautiful Paula! Great job on the design of the inserts! Oh and about those typos.....just kidding; I however spelled accommodations wrong on mine and had to reprint the inserts after my mother (whom is a business teacher) corrected me by giving me the spelling lesson she gives her students: "Accommoadtions, like a room, has "room" for a lot of letters" since I forgot the other M....for god sakes.

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