Wedding Invites: Big Reveal

I love, love.

I am so blessed that I get to witness the joy and happiness of two people planning and making their lives together.

I wrote about how Teresa and Chad were planning their dream wedding with a rustic twist. Here is a look at their final wedding invitation.

I typically suggest printing online because you can typically get pretty good prices, but to save the couple more money, I ended up printing and trimming the invites myself. If you have a good laser printer and some card stock… that’s the way to go.

By now the invitations have been mailed to their guests– and they are busy collecting responses from their wedding website.

This is the package that greeted the bride and groom. I thought the wrapping paper, with the font from their invitation would be a nice touch.

Here is a shot of the printed invitation and response card. Since Teresa is a mom of five little ones, a wedding website was the best way to collect responses from guests. I know my 15-month-old especially loves playing with my mail. Now she won’t have to worry about her little ones walking away with a response.


We both really liked the wonky tree-ring heart with their initials. I’m happy we were able to include both the poem and the heart.

So what do you think? Do you like the final invitation? Here’s a better shot with all their personal information removed.

Rustic Wedding Invitation


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