I love this card so so so much! Usually, I make my cards a little smaller so it fits inside a cellophane bag nicely, but this time, the names were a bit too long so I made it A2 size. My brother requested a wedding card and gave me complete freedom over it (yes!) I wanted to make it very personalized and something that the couple would want to keep. Unfortunately, I don’t know them very well personally so customizing it was a bit hard.
Until I remember the partial cutting that I did before! I die-cut their names and the wedding day on white cardstock and made it similar to my rainbow birthday card. Then finished the card with some rinestones for a pretty wedding-look. I really wish I had a silhouette or some digital cutter. This two-hour job could’ve been done in 2 minutes with a cutter.
But seriously, if I’m making my own wedding invitations, I would do this.
I made a vellum envelope for the wedding card so it would save my brother the hassle of writing who it’s for – he’s got ugly handwriting and the last thing I want is for him to ruin the card *OTL
Used: Papertrey Ink (White cardstock, Alphabet block die, Numbers block die) | My Mind’s Eye (pattern paper) | Stampin’ Up (dimensionals) | Others (rinestones)