All of our wedding invitations with response cards, envelopes as low as 1$.
And what’s more, you can get the same number of Favor Pouch Bags for free.
Shimmer Organza Favor Pouch Bags
Give guests the royal treatment with wedding favors presented in these elegant drawstring bags! Made of sheer fabric and available in 14 colors, these stunning little bags are perfect for packaging candy, soaps, or anything your heart desires. Favor bags measure 2 3/4″ x 3 1/2″ .
Round Sheer Organza Favor Pouch Bags
Round pouch style Organza Bags are perfect for wedding favors or for packaging a jewelry gift. Overall size of each bag is about 10 inches in diameter (26 cm). These bags are exceptionally pretty when filled with colorful beads or favors! Made of sheer fabric and available in 14 colors.
This post will still tell you something about DIYs. During the busy planning period preceding a wedding, the last thing most brides want is the extra stress of making their own wedding invitations. And this one is classic style, they are great for formal wedding, just like church.
Making your own wedding invitations can save you money, but you should be sure that the finished product looks as professional as a custom-made invitation, in case your guests compare notes!
Before making your invitations, design the card in any color, style or theme: anything so long as it looks classic. Cream or silver-white paper is the best for a classic design. Place a piece of sheer white paper over this base or perhaps a tastefully decorated paper with roses or small hearts.
Plan what you intend to say on a computer, and use a desktop publishing device such as Word to produce the finished effect. You can choose a scroll font, or medieval font, to make it seem even more classic. Print this out onto your white paper.
Lay the paper over the silver-white or cream paper base, and fix these papers together by gluing around the border, or tie the tops using a ribbon. Place in matching envelopes, and send.
If you’re a more adventurous and creative bride, you may embrace this idea of making your own classic invitations. Can you get something from the quick guide?