Hello all, im back again!
Today I'm going to use my post to show you some of the invitations we made at the DIY wedding class held a couple of weeks ago.
The classes are great as they give brides the opportunity to learn how to go home and make their own wedding invitations.
The first invitation we made was a side opening wallet, great for anyone wanting to give their guests RSVP cards, menu choices or information about the wedding.
The second card is a 4 score line card a very effective design done with inspiration from the lady who invented the score board Kay Rutter.
The third card we made was a flat evening invitation. A very very simple card to make but effective never the less.
We then made a flat day invitation which was a brand new design I made just for the class.
Then we made a made a name tag and menu.
And the great thing was, that everyone who came to the class left feeling much more confident about making their own stationery. The other great thing about the DIY classes is that each person who attends is given an instruction card with all the card sizes and envelope sizes so that they know exactly what to do when they come to do it for themselves.
Charlotte and the team