Thursday, May 29, 2014

Fifteen Years and Still Counting: Part II

h a p p y   a n n i v e r s a y  nate & di

t h e   a n n o u n c e m e n t

The names are all blurred to protect the innocent family who didn't ask for a web footprint from me.  But I loved this Indian handmade paper.  It has aster petals imbedded along with natural and metallic fibers.  We used a basil green cardstock as the base with a vellum overlay for the text so the natural fibers from the handmade paper could easily be seen.  We used an ivory with gold edged organdy ribbon and the floral bouqet wedding logo was printed in a gold metallic ink.

t h e   i n v i t a t i o n 

This little machine stitched booklet had the reception and open house information in it with maps behind the text printed on vellum.

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