Wednesday 26 June 2013

Tie The Knot Wedding invites

Recently, I was asked to have a look at a couple pins and see if I could come up with some rustic invites.  The setting of the wedding is on a Farm so picture a red barn (more like a chalet) and lots of vintage, burlap and twine.

This is a tri-fold invite and on the front of the page the bride and groom stamped their own thumb prints.  When you opened it there was information on each of the flaps.  Twine that was tied in a knot popped int he centre.  With pops of red (for love) and shades of brown, these unique invites are fantastic.

They were digitally designed using Stampin' Up's My Digital Studio:

Stay tuned for more related items!


  1. Love this! Great job as usual!

  2. you are too cool my friend! Awesome invites!!!!!

  3. These are Perfect! Is there any way I can order these as my wedding invitations?

    1. Oh my goodness Chelsea, I missed this comment. I am sure you have everything figured out now for your big day but if you don't you can email me at Cheers!

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