A simple way to add immediate pizzazz to your invitation suite is the envelope liner. It’s quick, easy and here, it’s FREE! Just download the templates here and use the steps below to create a unique wedding surprise for your invitees.
Supplies: Paper cutter or scissors, templates (download here: envelope liners), double-sided stick tape or glue stick, envelopes
Step 1: Print off your template pattern
Step 2: Cut off the white edges.
Step 3: Measure the size of your envelope and cut about 1/16″ smaller to the shape. You don’t need to go all the way down to the bottom as that will just add extra bulk.
Step 4: Put down the tape and secure the liner to the tape.
Step 5: Crease the liner to the crease of the envelope.
Voila! You’re done! It’s so easy and perfect for making a great impression!
DIY and photography by Brittany Watson Jepsen of The House That Lars Built
I wore Junko Yoshioka for my wedding, so I’m always excited to see what she has every season, and of course, this time did not disappoint. There was a great selection of soft sculptural draping, beautifully detailed lace, and sexy backs.
[images from Junko Yoshioka and me]
Going to an Oscar de la Renta show is like visiting a fabulous dream of couture…full of frothy dresses mixed with sophisticated silhouettes. I had the distinct pleasure of getting to hang out backstage and shoot some Vine videos (one of which I share below, you can see more under #oscarbridal)…it was amazing how calm everyone was back there….I was expecting total chaos! But hey, it IS Oscar afterall.
[images from WeddingWire and me, Vine video by me]
Rivini‘s collection was definitely for the sexy, fashion forward bride. My favorite dress happened to be one that probably would never grace as aisle as is (the top was sheer lace), but damn, it looked good!
[images from WeddingWire and me]