DIY Letterpress Wedding Invitations<br/> Modern Brides Turn to DIY in 2011

Add Handmade Touches to Your Letterpress Wedding Invitation

Budgeting has become a huge part of the wedding planning process in the new year, but wise brides are quickly learning that 2011 is less about penny pinching and more about making the most of their dollar.

I’m big on splurging on items like letterpress wedding invitations, and using my own DIY-savvy to spruce them up! You probably have a ton of stuff lying around the house waiting to decorate your new invites.

Here are just a  few I can think of:


Ribbon can be used for anything. I love thick, smooth ribbon in place of belly bands.

Stephanie Formal Letterpress Wedding Invitation with Ribbon

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Colored Paper

A second paper layer behind your letterpress wedding invitation adds a pop of color and a touch of charm. Guests might actually feel bad about throwing your custom invitation away after the affair!


Devi Indian Wedding Card Letterpress Wedding Invitation with second paper layer

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Your Printer

Your printer might be your best friend in your DIY endeavors. Making your own envelope liners seriously completes an invitation suite, and is one of the simplest things in the world to do.

Ellen Envelope Liner

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