creating trifold wedding programs

Katie Miller writes today with her idea for creating lovely wedding programs using our Letterpress Look card templates. She says, "I am writing to thank you for your beautiful and multi-functional design templates. If ever I am feeling a little uninspired, I know I can find exactly what I am looking for on the Design Aglow Blog thanks to all of your beautiful products and the wonderful submissions you feature each week. Often times I find myself buying a product just because it's so original and beautiful and not because I have a specific and immediate need for it. When it came time for me to design wedding programs for my own wedding, I found just what I needed in the Interactive Guest book template, Secret Crush senior cards and the Letterpress Multipurpose Card collection, all of which I already had in my DA arsenal :) I took pieces from each collection, using the border on the front from the Letterpress Look collection, the flower background inside from one of the flowers in  Secret Crush and the borders and flourishes from the Interactive Guest Book template. Everything came together beautifully and WHCC printed the final product on their 5x5 tri-fold card. We received so many compliments, thank you Design Aglow!" Thank you for sharing Katie!


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