Michelle & Jared’s Invitations

Michelle and Jared’s wedding invitations were a labor of love and worth every second we spent planning for her June 2011 wedding. Michelle first contacted me in August 2010 with a strong vision of what she wanted her wedding suite to be. A peacock theme guided these elegant invitations with real feathers, metallic bronze belly bands and golden initial wax seals. They are a simple yet elegant design on cream cover stock with brown and teal inks. Their set consisted of a tea length invitation layered with a shorter directions/accommodations card, and a shorter yet r.s.v.p. postcard. Once assembled the suite was wrapped with the belly band, sealed with the wax seal, and then a peacock feather was inserted in the front of the packet to top it off. And if that wasn’t good enough, that went into a matching policy envelope where Michelle and her helpers embossed the return address on the back to give it just another touch of awesomeness. I absolutely love everything about these invitations and so did Michelle and her fiancé Jared. We also made personalized place cards for her reception, save the date magnets with a matching theme and an illustrated rehearsal invitation with an adorable Italian theme. More on those rehearsal invites coming soon. To see more pictures of Michelle and Jared’s wedding suite, check them out on Flickr.

Specs
Qty. 100
Cougar Natural 80# cover – Xpedx
Postcard printed by Overnight Prints
Policy Envelopes – LCI Paper
Feathers – Feathermart
Wax Seals – LetterSeals.com
Belly Bands – LCI Paper

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