Tina's colors are puple and silver, but we thought we'd add black into the mix for a little sexy glam vibe. These were super duper fun, and are super easy to make, so if you're looking for a little inspiration, check out the work below!
For 21 invitations, I spent just barely $10. Not a bad deal!
- 5 sheets 12"x12" purple scrapbook cardstock ($2.50)
- 24-sheet 12"x12" pack black cardstock ($4)
- Two 3-yd glitter lace rolls ($4)
Using the invite we found on Pinterest, I sketched a stencil that I could use as the corset bodice and came up with this:
|Black sheets were cut in half, and then folded, for a 6"x6" invitation.|
|Before all the pieces come togeher.|
|Lucky for me, I've had this awesome heart-shaped hole punch, perfect for making the eylets in the corset!|
And then Maria finished the magic. She made envelopes (since the envelopes were just at 6"x6", we unfortunately couldn't order the same-sized envelopes we had found on Amazon... so then came Google and how to make envelopes. Weeee) that turned out fabulously, and she added a last little insert on the right inside flap with the bride's sizes, of course!
|I loved Maria's inserts.|