Wax seals lend a hand-made touch to invitations, place cards, and other paper-crafted pieces of a wedding. They’re also a simple but gorgeous way to seal your handwritten vows until ceremony time, or to close a love letter for your significant other, all super-romantic-like. Now, make your very own at home with a small handful of supplies.
Tribe member Melaina not only made these rad wedding activity books for the children, but she also made some seriously awesome pop-up wedding invitations. We figured, not only would you want to ogle them, but you may want to attempt to make something like them yourself.
We’re excited to bring you the first post from our new DIY editor, Whitney Lee. In her first DIY post, Whitney makes logo designing accessible to those of us without a background in graphic design. Check it out…
The only thing that stuck out from my original invite brain storming session was the idea to bleach the invitation paper. I just loved the look and couldn’t live without it. Of course this meant I got immensely high (on bleach y’all!). I got together with my mom, and a friend of hers who’s a distributor for Stampin’ Up (I totally used her for her stamp collection. I’m evil.) and went to town!
Check out FolkFusionista’s library card Save the Dates! They are pretty perfect, seeing as her future husband “J” is a Librarian and they are both bibliophiles.