Recycled Paper Wedding Thank-You Notes and Silk Flowers

| 8/9/2012 11:36:00 AM

My quest for thank you notes that don't require envelopes has ended! When I voiced my concerns to Tasha at Tasha Rae Designs, she developed an all-in-one square thank you note that folds up to become its own envelope:

All in one thank you note 

The style shown here isn't quite what I'm looking for, but I'm certain Tasha can tweak the design easily. I think a white paper would work better with our color scheme (ivory pictured here), and the flowers need more purple saturation, but this stationery suite should work beautifully for our needs.

These notes are printed on Environment brand paper. According to their website, this paper is made with a minimum of 30 percent post-consumer fiber and meets federal procurement guidelines. All mill processes, including packaging, are environmentally preferable and certified by Green-e to be manufactured using non-polluting renewable electricity.

To top it all off, these samples were completely free—but the studio asks that instead of paying for the samples, customers donate a few dollars to their favorite charity. I chose to purchase a sheep share from Heifer International, which will help a needy family become more self-sufficient.

Now that our stationery is rolling along nicely, the next project to work on is sourcing flowers!

7/8/2014 4:53:35 AM

My sister and maid of honor are allergic to about all flowers, and has accurate adversity with stargazer lilies, which accept consistently, been my admired flower. This is a bit of a botheration as I begin my dream boutonniere on Interest several months ago.

6/6/2014 5:16:13 PM

My sister found a florist that created a silk flowers wedding bouquet for her and the price was very affordable, all the wedding guests liked the design and asked about the place she got that bouquet. We were lucky that she hired the best photographer from, her wedding pictures look gorgeous and everybody agrees that the bouquet fits perfectly with her dress.