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Friday, July 9, 2010


1. Main Invitation
2. Belly Band
3. Envelope & Liner
4. Reply Card
5. Thank You Card
6. Favor Tag

Hi friends! It's Friday (can you believe it?). This weekend I'll be heading to my neighborhood Greek Festival and an Arts Festival. I'm soooo excited for the spanakopita and baklava.

This invitation is one from the DIY series, where you'll be able to select the colors and personalize the wording. Then, you can choose the PDF option where you'll be able to print and assemble them at home, or the Envelope Ready option, were I'll print and assemble everything and send it all to you in a nice little package! That way, even if you have a small budget, you can be sure to get exactly what you want.


Staley Mc said...

Love this design! If I was getting married I would totally want these invites! So cute!

Dave Armstrong said...

if it's good enough for Gatsby, it's good enough for me.

Anonymous said...

Looks Great!

Nicola said...

These invites are so cute. And the chalkboard is such a good way to display them on. :)

Kendall said...

I agree with Nicola about the chalkboard! (Don't get me wrong, the invotations are great) But the staging is perfect!

Justine said...

I loveeee this! You are so talenteddd! Come visit columbus please so I can suck up some of your creativity!

Persis Shah said...

awesome design!

just stumbled upon your blog and i have to say i LOVE it. please drop by mine too when you have some time. maybe we can follow each other. =)


ambergoulet said...

A few things:

• I love that pattern. Of course, I love history, so that makes sense. ;) Plus, the pattern is fun with your type choice.

• I love the chalkboard display/explanation. :)

• And finally, where do you get your card stock? I'm looking for a good source. :)