Tuesday, 10 July 2012

14th July...

is fast approaching, and I am getting a bit nervous if I can pull off dressing my Daughters wedding venue to a high class standard.  I have been preparing for months, making and creating pieces that will transform the venue from a generic wedding to a personalised one.  I am fortunate that I have a great support network of family and friends and without their help I wouldn't be this far down the road to completion. I thought that at last,  I would blog the save the date cards, invitations and order of service booklets all in one hit.  With the save the date cards, Sam wanted to incorporate a magnet so that guests could put this on their fridge, so the credit card size magnet is on removable sticky dots so that you can do this. The invitations are elegant and simple using designer paper, stitched with ribbon and die cut wording added, inside are pockets with matching RSVP which has been personalised so that guests just have to tick to either accept or decline and envelopes are provided self addressed so the guest just has to post this back.  Maps are included which are also matching the colour way for the Church and Reception.  The Order of Service booklet has had the main colour punched and ribbon added and the wording stamped, this turned out to be a booklet as the hymns that Sam and Gav chose were so long, it was a challenge but one that I managed to find a solution for. So, as I'm packing up all the wedding dressings and accents I feel anxious that I want to do the best for my Daughter on her special day, so keep your fingers crossed for me on Friday.   x

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