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A Sweet Baptisim Invitation



This sweet little invitation was created for 2 sweet little girls!  The brief  for the design was to  include a photo  and ensure it reflected the purpose of the invitation. Using vellum was a lovely way to soften the invitation to reflect the sweetness of  these little girls. It has a two fold purpose as the vellum part can be removed so the  photo underneath can be kept. The organza ribbon ties it all  together and also represents tying the posy of flowers, while the little charm clearly indicates the purpose of the invitation. I added some colour to the centre of the flowers and finished it off with some bling.


Red, Black and White


Kayla wanted something simple using the colours Red and Black.

She decided on this 3 layer invitation using Vellum and white metallic paper. Tied together with a double bow of red and black satin ribbon.



This photo doesn’t do justice (ok so my photography skills aren’t great I admit!) to this lovely invitation.  The buckle just shines and compliments the mix of the beautiful Damask  metallic paper with the vellum and white overlay.  This is the invitation that was created to compliment with the Black and White ticket style  Save the Dates I posted previously. I like how the diamantes on the initials add a little something extra to the inside of the invitation giving it a touch of bling