stylish & matching save the dates and party favors

Save the Date Card Template for PhotoshopToday our share comes from Denise of Modern Wedding Photography.  She writes, "I threw my dear friend a bridal shower at a movie theater. Her wedding will be at an arboretum later this month. I wanted to tie in the shower favors to her garden themed wedding. We made muffins shaped like bugs-(bugffins) and put them and a pink tea bag in pink gift bags (since the bride will be wearing pink). I used the Fun & Flirty - Save the Date Card Collection style 4 design to create the gift bag & cup labels and 5x7 card that went into the bag. I happened to have a photo of her from about 17 years ago in front of the place she will be getting married, which I placed on one side of the card. The other side of the card said, "see you in the garden", with the wedding date and a quick thank you note. I had the 5x7 cards printed by Millers. The Fun & Flirty template had a garden feel and they were a bit hit with everyone."

Thanks for sharing, Denise! Enjoy your $75 gift certificate on us~




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