July 3, 2013

Invitations Have Been Mailed

After a lot of work, but lots of love put into them, my daughter's wedding invitations finally went out in the mail a couple of days ago. You might remember this post from back in January where I gave you a little peek at what they were going to look like. Here is what they look like all done and put together.

Every invitation was hand stamped. This flower is a two step stamp so each flower had to be stamped twice. Once with the dark purple and once with the light purple. Plus I had to do a lot of masking. I purchased the card pockets and matching envelopes at Cards & Pockets.
Here you can see what is on the different pull outs on the right.
Yes, after stamping these I hand cut every one of them out..all 80 of them.

They may have been a lot of work, but I had so much fun putting these together for my daughter and future son-in-law.

Blessings,
Deanna Jean

Supplies:
Stamps: PTI Natural Beauties
Inks: PTI Royal Velvet, Winter Wisteria & Simply Chartreuse
Paper: PTI Royal Velvet
Card Pocket: Cards & Pockets 

45 comments:

  1. Absolutely stunning Deanna...surely a labor of love! Good thing you started early!!

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  2. Deanna they are done and wow they turned out absolutely perfect! What a beautiful gift to your daughter. How is your new job going?

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  3. Deanna, these are simply gorgeous! I can see the labor of love. Just wonderful! Your daughter will truly cherish these.

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  4. WOW WOW WOW absolutely gorgeous!

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  5. GORGEOUS Deanna you've done a fabulous job and I know the wedding will be beautiful!! Happy 4th to you and your family!

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  6. Wow what an achievement, these are stunning. Well done Deana and I'm sure the day will be just perfect :)

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  7. Oh my goodness Deanna. They are absolutely amazing! Can't wait to hear all about their special day!

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  8. Deanna I cannot stop looking . Your daughter is so lucky to have a talented mom like you! Absolutely beautiful!

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  9. Deanna, I am in total awe! I've been waiting to see the finished product, and you've exceeded all my expectations! These are stunning! I bet your daughter loves them! Beautiful work!

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  10. Amazing work Deanna! I agree, your daughter is one lucky girl.

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  11. Absolutely lovely invitations, I'm sure the recipients will be wowed with your beautiful work!

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  12. OMG, these are BEAUTIFUL! I especially like the right side of the invitation pocket for the directions, RSVP and the registry. You designed those three cards perfectly as well as the fit into the pocket.

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  13. Forgot to say I have to PIN this lovely invitation (not that I will be making invites).

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  14. What a gorgeous set of invitations you made! I happened to visit your blog and have stayed her for a while. Every card is so beautiful. Thank you for showing us. Love from Holland, Mimi

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  15. WOWZA!!! Amazing job! What a lucky daughter you have!

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  16. WOW! You did an awesome job! They're gorgeous and surely a labor of love!

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  17. They are beautiful!!! And such a labor of love! Your daughter must be delighted :)

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  18. these are just beautiful - love the pullout idea. your daughter is so fortunate to have a mom like you.

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  19. Stunningly beautiful. Your daughter must be thrilled with these. You are just the best mom for doing this. I'm sure that the wedding will be as beautiful as these invitations are. Thanks for sharing with us. Bev

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  20. Wow--these are really amazing. Truly a labor of love.

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  21. These are unbelievable! Amazing work Deanna. What a wonderful invitation set.

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  22. I've been following all year as you've posted updates about the invitations and wedding. I can't even put into words how beautiful the invites turned out! Talk about a lot of work!!! Your daughter is so lucky to have such a creative mom! I can't wait to hear what the recipients say when they receive them. I'm sure most people will think you bought them from a printer. Hope you put a note on the back "handmade by Deanna". (lainey, PTI Forum)

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  23. These are beautiful! What a loving and memorable gift to your lucky daughter.

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  24. Wow...what a wonderful thing to do for your daughter and new son-in-law! You can see all the love you added too. You are one amazing mom! Your invitations are more beautiful than any professionally printed ones.

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  25. They are so, so beautiful, Deanna!! You are the best Mom EVER!!

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  26. Hi, Deanna! I was wondering about the wedding...Your daughter has just placed you on the best mom. EVER. list!!! The invitations are gorgeous! Hoping that you are enjoying every part of the wedding planning...when the planning for my daughter's wedding was finished and the festivities had taken place, I wanted to start all over again. We had so much fun!!! Praying that these last few weeks are blessed ones! Thanks again for sharing your cards (and inivations!) You are such an inspiration!

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  27. Awesome Job! If I were your daughter, I would be so honored...I am sure your daughter is honored to have a Mom, as dedicated as you have been, in getting these invitations done. I do like the right side pocket too! What a novel idea! Thank you for sharing.

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  28. Oh, wow, these are gorgeous, Deanna! Fabulous job!

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  29. so exciting!! they turned out PERFECT!!

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  30. Oh my, just amazing Deanna! What a labor of love!

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  31. Wow what amazing wedding stationary, I love the colours :0)
    These will be a marvellous keepsake from their special day too.
    Jenny x

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  32. Oh my goodness I am in awe! The stamping alone is jaw-dropping to me. These are absolutely stunning! What a wonderful keepsake for the happy couple!

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  33. Deanna, these are absolutely beautiful. What a lot of work. So stunning.

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  34. Stunning work Deanna! Love the design and pullouts!

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  35. STUNNING. Exactly why I love your blog and your work.
    I hope your daughter has a beautiful day and a beautiful marriage.

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  36. An amazingly beautiful design, and hopefully you've saved one of these for yourself to treasure for years to come. :) Best wishes to your daughter and her fiance!

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  37. These are so stunningly perfect!! I did 60 invites once that were much simpler than this--wanted to shoot myself from the tediousness. ;) It would be much more meaningful, of course, if it was for my daughters. Fifteen to twenty more years until those joyous occasions! ;)
    Again, fabulous job!

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  38. Amazing! They look like they were printed. Best wishes to your daughter and future son in law.

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  39. Deanna these are BEAUTIFUL. I love everything about them. You did an amazing job. You and your daughter should be very proud.

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  40. Love your blog! I've been looking for some inspiration for my wedding stationery and this has really helped. Thank you!

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  41. Wow...now that is a LOT of work, but they are oh-so-beautiful! What an accomplishment!

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  42. Holy moly, these came out beeeeautifully! So super impressed, and I bet the guests were, too.

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