Wedding/Celebration Stationery by Julie Lavalette

Hi Everyone, It's Julie here today. With the Wedding Season fast approaching I thought it would be nice to share some Invitations with you today, that could easily be adapted for any other celebration/occasion. 

Here is a close up photograph of my Wedding Invitation. In the aligning up of the dies Sandy shows how to do this in a Tutorial HERE, so I won't go into details. 

My words were stamped using Archival Ink and a little Stickles was added for sparkle, along with some gems. I attached my ribbon using extra strong tape tucking in the edges before matting onto my card.

My Evening Invitation compliments the Wedding one. I stamped directly onto my card with Archival Ink adding on my mats and layers, Stickles and a few gems. I kept this card simple, so several could be made should you have a lot of invitations to make.

My Place Settings were made be cutting out the scalloped rectangle, scoring down the middle and adding my die cut layer. Bride and Groom were handwritten on. You could also computer generate your names and cut out before layering on.

Cheery Lynn Dies Used:

For the Wedding Invitation

For the Evening Invitation

For Place Cards

Hope you have enjoyed my post. Good Luck to everyone entering our weekly challenge.
Have a great weekend,

Julie x


  1. Hi Julie, this whole set looks beautiful and so perfect for wedding stationery. It has a gorgeous celtic theme too xx

  2. What a beautiful set of wedding stationery Julie ..It looks so elegant ..I loved the way you have layered the dies here !!

  3. love the calligraphy you wrote on the place cards, it ties in perfectly with your stamped invites... thanks for sharing

  4. Such elegant invites Julie, gorgeous design x

  5. Such a beautiful set of wedding stationery, Julie.

  6. That is just gorgeous. Great idea. Hugz


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