Each year when we launch our new Wedding Invitation Collection in stores, our crafts team builds wonderful wedding inspiration boards to share with our store customers. They create DIY options to enhance the wedding invitations and we thought our online customers would also love to see, so here you go!
Our Scallops Laser Cut Invitation is a prefect DIY option because we have print-at-home invitations, as well as 4 bar stationery – which work great as RSVP or escort cards. The crafts team used the double loops punch to create a paper band around a pillow favor box – so simple. And don’t forget to line your invitation or RSVP envelopes using our envelope liner kit – easy to do and so impactful. How those cute floral ball decorations were made (in the picture) I don’t know, but if you do, please share!
The Roses Embossed Invitation is also a great DIY choice, again because we have print-at-home invitations and lovely embossed thank you notes to match. We were so excited about this design, we also made two rose rubber stamps – the crafts team used on both the pillow favor box and on the place card. The little paper ribbon bow they added to the top of the place card is easy to make, using strips of coordinating paper to create the two loops and a short single strip with some double stick tape to wrap it all together. And don’t forget, you can print your place cards at home with our printable place card sheets.
Our best selling Colonial Stencil Invitation is a nice option if you love to rubber stamp. Here the team shows a printed invitation that could easily be recreated using the matching rubber stamps (there are three options, which can then also be used on your favor bags, place cards, and programs). The invite envelopes feature our new custom return address stamp in Colonial Stencil, of course (yes, we have a Roses custom stamp too!). Super handy for all those return addresses your invites, RSVPs and thank you notes will need (a good project for in front of the tube with a glass of wine).
Cheers to you both as you embark on planning your big (DIY) day!