Who doesn't love to receive beautiful stationary in the mail?
The thank you notes above were "doctored up" to be more like the lovely cards below.
These lined envelopes are by John Derian on left and Madeline Weinrib on the right.
They can be purchased at Dempsey and Carroll for $60 for a set of 10 cards.
You can also line envelopes as Laura did for the Wedding Shower we gave.
We had the invitations professionally printed to coordinate with our shower décor.
The paper liner was purchased at Paper Source. It's a really fun store for paper products.
Claire bought this Florentine paper from Paper Source to line
her daughter's wedding invitations.
You start with a template made from an inexpensive laminate placemat or advertisement.
Cut the template to be smaller than the envelope. Then, cut your paper (I would really recommend a paper cutter if you have a big job) and glue the top edges.
Our opened invitation...this had to have taken Claire quite a bit of time
(so exacting) to do so many.
On an inexpensive scale, I bought some cards from Home Goods...
The envelopes on the left were lined with paper from the half priced bin at Paper Source
(I wrapped the box, too in case I give them as a little gift).
The paper on the right was from a leftover wrapping roll.
Look at this darling photo envelope liner created by Paiges of Style.
Paige explains how she did it here.
Another pretty style by John Derian from Dempsey and Carroll ...
I DO love these cards for $60 for set of 10 (and I am sure the paper stock is better)
These aren't bad for $6 for set of 10 either!
Thank you for reading.