They are the most decadent non-edible item I ever laid eyes on.
I luff them so.
And so what if people just throw them away
So, you can see I'm a bit obsessed with them.
One more thing, if you didn't catch my guest post yesterday about how we almost had to reprint all the invites, please go check that out now.
Then you can fully appreciate the depth of my love for these pieces of fancy cardstock.
Ok one last thing, promise, before the photo montage.
Huge, deep appreciation goes out to Sugar of DIYva Designs (& Nar, her partner, too!).
Sugar worked with my needy self, made countless changes to the proof(s), and is the genius artist extraordinaire behind the design.
So here they are.
(Be still my heart)
outer envelope holding inner envelope with belly-band holding reply card
Belly-band with wax fleur-de-lis detail
inner envelope with reply card
outer and inner envelope - the invitations are inside the inners...
(please excuse the removal of our last names for privacy)
the two reply card versions (since Kosher was not available for all)
the late addition Hebrew
(aka my heart attack)
Needless to say, I'm more than happy with how they turned out.
And coupled with gold ink calligraphy on the purple envelopes?
The only thing better will be marrying Mike!
What do you think of them??