Cheque book with diamante buckle

 

 

These cheque book style invitations are just stunning, with the diamante buckle on the front, off set by s classic black ribbon, they are simply striking. The invitation in printed on a super thick white shimmer card, neatly packaged together into a cheque book style booklet. Inside you will find the invitation,  wishing well, directions, double  sided RSVP card that is perforated so guests can simply tear out and send in the post. The bride and Grooms initials  are printed on the front of the silver envelope which brought the whole invitation together.

Handmade vintage wedding invitations

I had so much fun creating theses one of a kind vintage invitations. There were so many different layers of paper used which all worked well to create an impressive wedding invitation. Inside features a hand made pocket which neatly stored all the important information guests needed to know e.g. wishing well, brunch and RSVP card. The finishing touch to this invitation was the raised cut out flower on the front.

 

A bit of Bling!

For those looking for a truly no expense spared invitation this is for you! The wedding invitation and all other pieces of important information, such as directions and wishing well card, are printed onto a pearl card and inserted into a box lined with tissue paper. The front of the invitation features beautiful lace, satin ribbon and of course the piece de resistance a diamante brooch. The best part of these invitations is they only cost $1.20 to send in the post.

Boxed wedding Invitations

I had so much fun creating these beautiful boxed invitations for Rebecca and Scott. Upon receiving the invitations, guests commented that it was like opening a present! It is a unique way to keep all the information you want to tell your guests together in a cute box. All the cards were wrapped in vintage material and tied together with twine that featured two pearls on the end. See more

Thank you cards

These DL sized thank you cards are an inexpensive way to show your guests your appreciation for attending your wedding and also for the gift they provided you. I like to use photographs from the special day so guests can keep it as a keepsake of your big day. Photographs by Skye Rocket Studio.

 

Save the Date Card

Save the date cards are a simple way to let your guests know about your up coming wedding day. This allows guests to get time off work, plan travel arrangements or book accommodation if needed.

Save the date cards are generally sent out at least 4-6 months prior to your wedding but, if you are planning a destination wedding, we strongly recommended you send them 12 months in advance.

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