Weddings are so fun, but for the bride and groom, getting prepared for their special day can be a hassle. It is quite a feat to pull off a wedding
without a hitch.
Although it is exhilarating to pick out flowers
, the hall, the chapel, and those you've chosen to be in your wedding party, it can get a little frustrating to agree on all aspects of the day.
You can take the hassle out of choosing your wedding invitations
with an awesome instructable that teaches how to print and assemble multi-layered wedding invitations
ean5 used vellum and handmade paper that was part of a wedding invitation kit, but had to add a middle paper when she learned that, according to Kinko's and Staples, she couldn't print on handmade paper or vellum.
To be friendly to the environment, ean5 used one sheet of paper to print out 2 invitations, then printed the pages out at Kinko's because they trimmed the paper to the correct size she needed. When doing this easy invitation project at home, you can use a paper cutter to achieve your correct size. Use a hole punch to make the holes in the top of the pages and some pretty ribbon to bind the pages together.
Back in September, I wrote a wedding invitation post
, complete with some cool links to check out pertaining to various sites and tips to help you through choosing your handmade wedding invitations. M.E. Williams directed us to free templates for cards, envelopes and boxes
. In any case, you can stop your head from spinning
day decisions; we have you covered