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As I previously {mentioned} I am planning to create our wedding invitations myself. As a result I have been spending loads of time looking through fonts. Courtesy of Veer I found the Alana by Umbrella Type. It is so elegant and lovely. A great candidate for any invitation!

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I designed our invitations but due to a family event we were not able so send them out via snail mail. But it was a great experience putting together the invite since I plan on creating our wedding invites myself. I have gathered lots of inspiration through my {pinterest board} and continue to find new ways to combine styles.

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I am so so so in love with Bella Figura and their letterpress abilities. They are all over my pinterest!


Those glittered edges are amazing!!!

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Love the simplicity and light colors.

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This is a really cute DIY that looks pretty simple.

SUPPLIES:

  • – 4” white Styrofoam ball
  • – 90-100 pearl tipped corsage pins
  • – Two sheets scrapbook paper – I used a pearlized pink for one ball and a matte pale pink for the other in these pictures
  • Martha Stewart hydrangea punch

Steps

  1. You’ll need to punch 180-200 of the hydrangea petal shapes, which will take around a sheet and a half of 12×12 scrapbook paper.
  2. After the shapes are all punched, curl the edges of the petals upward and to the center. This will give the flowers some dimension when they are complete.
  3. Stack two of the flower petals and turn them a bit so it looks like a full flower. Stick a corsage pin straight through the center of your petals.
  4. Push the end of the pin into the Styrofoam ball, the repeat until your ball is covered.

For the whole post, including step by step pictures go HERE

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