I finally completed full mockups of our Save the Dates and wedding invitations.
Save the Date envelope – first peek. You can see the ‘chai’ and ‘hsi’ peeking through. ‘Chai’ (pronounced “HI”) is Hebrew for ‘to life’. ‘Hsi’ (pronounced “SHEE”) is Mandarin for happiness, most often used in the context of a wedding. It is often known in English as ‘double happiness’ since the character is repeated next to itself (but still only pronounced once).
On the inside, the main invitation is in the middle. Text will be printed in black ink. The little RSVP card (currently just a photo of us on the front – we’ll print them with our favorite engagement photos) can be removed from the invitation packet and will have website and RSVP details on the back of the photo. These are printed by MOO cards. The “directions” and “schedule” sheets are also pull outs and text will be in black ink.
So? What do you think?
For those interested, all sheets were cut from card stock using the Silhouette Cameo. I personally designed all of these in the Silhouette editor, including the envelopes.