God do I feel stupid for spending a month gluing fabric to watercolour paper and trying to stop the printed spitting out our invitations at a 45 degree angle.
Dear Nomi, please come to my wedding. xo, Amanda Moo(Picture of swimming guys.)
See I think we are on the same page. This is how I feel about our envelopes at least. I ended up having a chance to get calligraphy for free, but I had to turn it down (lovely as it was) because our wedding invitations need to be from me. I just need two concentration hours to do them, tongue sticking out of the corner of my mouth.
How lovely! Miss Manners would approve! She says that engraving is a secondary substitute for handwriting.:) And if they're handwritten by a child...well, that's just beyond cool.
A handwritten invitation? With a personal please-come-because-it-would-mean-so-much-to-us note? Now THAT'S an invitation I'd file away and save.
too cute! and not a half bad idea either... you've got me thinking now!
Miss Manners WOULD approve.
I hand addressed our envelopes and they kinda looked like these when I was finished. As long as the postman can read them.
very cute stuff.
I love that swimming man. so much.
i adore these! when my friend kate finished her college degree. she sent out hand written announcements and invites to celebrate. they were so awesome... but she said it took more like 5-10 hours. still worth it.
these are pretty freakin brilliant. i'm going to make audrey make our own invitations this year...done.
These are so cool!
This is ridiculously cute. Great blog, just found my way here!