Tomorrow night three amazing women are coming over to help me put together our wedding invitations and I'm thrilled! I feel like it's all starting to happen so fast and I have a couple of sneak peeks for you today. It's just a couple of "supply" shots to get your interest peaked; I'll save the real deal for after the invites are sent. I'm a little giddy thinking about the tasks at hand.
I know that Baker's twine is starting to get a little overdone in the craft world nowadays but with our farm fresh theme I just couldn't resist. Plus, I had already purchased a huge spool that I needed to use for something. This pic is from an etsy seller, ThingSeller. I bought my twine from a secret source.
To keep with the rustic farm vibe we have going on I thought the kraft paper envelopes worked with the overall aesthetic and they're recycled so we're attempting to save the earth a little. This note card is from another seller, eCOpapersupplies. Again we ordered our envelopes elsewhere but a girl's gotta have her secrets.
Our paper was also environmentally milled and is made of compostable/recyclable paper. Adding details that were earth friendly but still luxe and beautiful was super important to Ryan and I. I'm happy to say we're succeeding in this goal. More on that soon.
The last detail I'll share today before the real reveal in a week or two is this fantastic time-saver Ryan suggested. I had a wonderful seller, Note Trunk, on etsy make us a custom return address stamp so we can just ink and go. We're going to use the stamp on the back of every envelope and on all the thank you notes. I think this is a brilliant idea for any Bride. This is going to save my hand!
I hope you enjoyed the little sneak peak into our wedding invitations. Come back and check out my custom design in a week or two. big kiss, bekuh