Our Save the Dates

By now you’ve already seen our the invitation to our engagement/graduation party and the invitation to our rehearsal dinner. With our Save the Dates, I wanted to begin introduce the visual themes of our wedding: the gold and purple color scheme, the antique engravings, peacocks, linen paper and the self-mailer style.

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I designed these cards to fit on an 8.5 x 11 sheet of paper and mail-merged them in InDesign so that I wouldn’t have to worry about addressing them. I really liked how they turned out, but I wish that I had used a stronger seal when mailing them – such as the wax seal that I ended up using on the invitations. I heard that many of them were delivered fine, but that the seal was no longer stuck when they arrived.

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