Rustic, DIYed, Le Temps du Sucre-inspired invitations suites

By on Jan. 10th

Since I was born in Quebec, a tradition that is very dear to me is sugaring off. Sugaring off (Les temps du sucre) takes place late February to the end of March. It's when everyone goes to the Sugar Shack (Cabane a Sucre) to eat a ridiculous amount of food and sweets, ride the horse drawn sleigh and dance to the fiddle well into the night. I want my wedding to capture the warmth and simple joy of sugaring off.

Look and lust over theses adorable, rustic wedding invitation suites created by graphic designer, Kaitlin, using Adobe Illustrator, a laser printer, and recycled kraft paper:

Gotta love DIYed, pseudo-bi-lingual wedding invitations that look this amazing and involve wild raccoons!

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About Megan Finley

Megan Finley is the Associate Publisher for the Offbeat Empire. When she's not slaving away for the Empire, she's sharing her dork side on her own blog, Twitter @meganfinley, and Instagram @meggyfin.