Dogwood Wedding Invitation shown in Thyme ink on White paper.
One of the most exciting moments for a bride-to-be is checking the mailbox and receiving the first guest reply card. Despite all prior planning and activity, this is an event that signals the wedding day is right around the corner!
But once the responses are counted, rarely does a bride want to recycle these small treasures that often feature funny notes or sweet sentiments from guests. Rather than relegating your reply cards to a box in the attic, get creative with ways to preserve and display these fun tokens that will provide happy memories long after the wedding day is done.
Crafty brides might incorporate the cards into a wedding scrapbook. Or take the idea a step further and visit a bookmaking site to turn your reply cards into a one-of-a-kind coffee table book. And speaking of coffee tables, mod podge-ing the reply cards to the top of a reclaimed tabletop and covering with a piece of glass will create an eclectic furniture piece for the newlywed abode.
The possibilities are limitless! How have you gotten creative with your reply cards and other wedding memorabilia?