How cute are these little favours! A great way to combine both favour and place card. So easy to make if you are a DIY bride. Big enough to hold 3 Cadbury heart chocolates.
Take a piece of paper 14.5cm long x 7.5cm wide. On the long side score at 2.5cm, 7cm, 9.5cm and 14cm On the short side score at 2.5cm Be sure to have the pattern running the right way when scoring.
I got this idea from a tutorial on pootles.co.uk Tiny Treat Box see tutorial here I adjusted the size to suit my project.
Ellissa wanted a very Elegant invitation which would reflect the style of her gown.
I’ve used a combination of both smooth card and metallic paper coupled with a pearl embellishment and double-sided satin ribbon to give this invitation a truly exquisite look. The invitation inside is a flip book style.
The embossed theme was carried through in her Seating plan, napkins, favours / bomboniere, guest book and Table numbers.
She also added some colour along with the deep cream.
Caz wanted a simple invitation with modern clean lines. She chose cream and black which was the theme of her dress. Although not shown in the photo, she chose a black envelope with a cream label. The flap of the envelope was embossed with the same pattern used for her clear bombonaries/ wedding favours. I’ve used the Divine Swirls Cuttlebug embossing folder and marshmallow card from ipaper.