HOMEMADE BRIDAL SHOWER INVITATION

I recently finished designing the bridal shower invitation for one of my best friends Dana Hamaan.  We’ve known eachother since high school and she is one of those friends who I know will be a part of my life forever.  No matter where life might lead us.  I admire her in so many ways.  She is getting married this October to an amazing man and I am so incredibly happy for her! Her wedding ceremony and reception will be held outdoors at her parents ranch and the style of her wedding is soft, vintage, and organic.  Lots of burlap, muslin and lace, mason jars and twinkle lights….and a very neutral, muted color palate made up of shades of grey, ivory and tan (we have a very similar style!) Here is the inspiration board I put together for her a few months back…photos pulled from a number of other wedding websites I often visit.

One of my favorite things to do is design invitations, so it was a blast to be able to put together Dana’s bridal shower invitation.  I wanted to go for a very delicate, hand-stitched look for the invite.   Something that fit in with the theme and style of the wedding but was a bit more “girly” and sweet.   I went to PAPER SOURCE (the greatest store on earth!) and bought a few different card stocks for the main invite and small registry card.  I had the idea of getting an extra round scalloped note card to include in the invitation in which all the girls invited could write their favorite recipe and bring it back to the shower.  That way we could present to Dana somewhat of a recipe book that she can keep for her new home.  I also loaded up on a few LACE EDGE PUNCHERS from Martha Stewart…AMAAAZING….a small heart hole puncher, decorative handmade paper, and a bit of ivory paint to detail the front of each note card with a simple flower.  HERE THEY ARE!! What do you think!?

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Thanks to Sean and Brianne Walker for photographing these invites for me.  They are also the pair responsible for Dana and Joel’s gorgeous engagement photos…see them all HERE.

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    Beautiful!!! I really hope that when I design my invites they are as gorgeous as these!!! If not I will be giving you a shout haha

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    • kelli

      HI Kelsi,
      It’s not actually a font. I found the stitched alphabet in an art book and had to piece together the letters myself. I wish it was a font!

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