Thursday, June 19, 2008

Rehearsal Mixer Papyrus!

Now that invites are out and RSVPS are rolling in, I am beginning to think about our rehearsal mixer/ meet-and-greet and what the invites for that will look like. I have decided (I think)that would like to make this another DIY project--especially as I have a lot of damask-print scrapbook paper left over from my bellybands.

Like I've talked about before, we're having a rehearsal mixer for our bridal party and out of town guests the evening before the wedding at a dowtown Cleveland wine bar.

Here are some invites that fit the bill and that I am thinking about recreating:
The first two are from Etsy seller DecadentDesigns:

I have that exact paper above

Not sure where I snagged this one from:


OR maybe I'll just flat out buy these from Etsy seller PaperandInk!

2 comments:

Dana said...

Where did you find your scrapbook paper from?

Cindy said...

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