Tuesday, June 11, 2013

DIY Vintage Wedding Invitation

Hi Friends,

Today I would like to share with you the beautiful wedding invitation creation of Rita Hartsock . . .


The  5 ½” 8 ½”  invitations were printed on 110# Neenah Classic natural white cardstock  Each card was hand dry embossed, the edges were inked and then the card was folded in half. The front of the card was overlaid with vellum printed with the Spectacular Printable’s image and a knotted ribbon. 

Spectacular Printable’s image was brought into a Word doc; the width and length were adjusted to slightly overlap the wording on the invitation. Rita was able to print two overlays per 8 ½” x 11” vellum sheet.

They are also thinking of using this same motif printed on vellum as bands on jar candles for the reception.

Thanks Rita for sharing your wonderful creations ! You are a wonderful inspiration!

For more information on how to use Microsoft Word or MS Paint to layout and print your own special DIY projects click on the pink tabs above for free tutorials.

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6 comments:

  1. Wedding invitation is a best way to invite the people to celebrate your happiness. This card is so nice.
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    1. Thank you for your nice words about Rita's invitation! Your Wedding Venue in Essex is gorgeous!

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  2. I love these card! I really like DIYs creations, but hey don't forget the wedding invitation wording and its importance... There are so many guidelines that you can refer to to write proper wording.

    Cheers!

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    1. Thank you for appreciating our DIY Wedding Invite. We agree with you on the importance of invitation wording, Your like in your comment is a great resource for bride's and grooms as they plan their wedding invitation!

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  3. This really is a beautiful invitation. It's so elegant, but looks a little aged at the same time. I love everything about it.

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    1. I thank you in behalf of Rita who created the invitation. I took a look at your blog and am now following it. Thanks for sharing your creativity.

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