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Finally our invitations are printed! We designed them ourselves and were really happy with the way they came out. The RSVP date was the 16th of October. We sent the invitations out on the 17th! The printer we went with didn’t tell us for a week that the paper mill who produced the card we selected had gone bust! You think he would have contacted us straight away. We thought they would be even more delayed due to all the postal strikes we’re having in the UK at the moment but thankfully most people seem to have received them already. We must be the only couple to send out the invites after the RSVP date!

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The font came from a great free downloadable font site that I’ve talked about before dafont.com and the background from deviantART.

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This is our front page and it will open up with more info inside. The font is not quite right but you get the general idea!

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I came across some super-cute ideas for vintage inspired save the dates.

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credits: article from in style weddings, photos by: charles schiller

Firstly, how about sending vintage postcards as save-the-date cards. They could be based on the theme or the place you’re going to get married. I love the idea and had a little look on EBAY myself but to find 100 postcards of Long Melford where I’m getting married would be difficult and expensive (ranging from £1-£4.99 a postcard). I guess if you had time you could always hunt around in flea markets and maybe negotiate a bargain. Have a look at some of the images I found. I’m going to try and think of someway to use them.

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Also something I’m not going to do myself but love the look are these handkerchiefs from
Oh So Beautiful Paper.

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Such a clever idea and so pretty!

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