Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Yee haw! I love fun mail.

As a companion to the fun, country wedding invite I created for Cassie & Brandon, the couple wanted an equally-fun rehearsal dinner invitation. So, I designed this simple, oversized, boot-shaped postcard.

I had the fronts and backs printed on kraft paper and then I spray glued them to a piece of heavy-duty chipboard. It gave my fingers and wrists a workout to cut the boot shapes with an exacto knife, but there were only 20 so it wasn't too bad. It helped to drink a glass of wine or two. (That rule pretty much applies to all of my projects.)

Oh how I love sending cool, unusual mail pieces. Each postcard will need an extra 45¢ in postage, but they're so worth it. And this one definitely has the fun & flavor of the engaged couple too. They really know how to kick back and have a good time.


A.vincent said...

Do you print invitations for other people or csn you tell me where you got this template...i want this for wedding invitations!!

Project Denneler said...

Unfortunately, this isn't a template. I'm a graphic designer and I created it on my computer. Occasionally I do custom invites for people, if I have the time. (And the price is right.) This particular one was a small quantity -only 20. So I was able to print them myself, mount them on chipboard, and cut them by hand. If it's for a wedding with a larger quantity, I'd have to explore what it would cost to have them screen printed and die cut.

I can always send you an estimate if your interested and it fits into my schedule. Email me at:


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