We seem to be on a TLP wedding invitation blog post trend right now. Maybe that is because the wedding invitations we’ve done are some of our very favorites. This post is especially meaningful to us because the invitation we designed for this wedding is the one that gave us the idea to start The Langham Project DIY Printable Invitations and Stationary and because it is the wedding of Judd’s brother, Colby, and his precious wife, Brenna. As you might have already figured out we named this invitation and its corresponding components after the beautiful bride. The Brenna Wedding Invitation features a custom combined monogram (that includes the bride and groom’s full names as an overlay) with a nice surround detail in a sage green font. The other wording on the invitation is brown. Brenna was so kind to share some photos from her special day with us to include on this post. We would be remiss to share these without giving credit to their amazing wedding photographer, Julie Cottrell. We’ve put our watermark on the photos that we took. Any photos without our watermark were taken by Julie.
We offer several options for our wedding invitations. Each design can be purchased separately or as a package. The individual wedding invitation is available for $45.00. The Brenna will be customized entirely for any bride and groom who order it. The monogram and colors can be changed to fit the look and feel of the client’s wedding. This design was created to fit a square 6 1/4” x 6 1/4” piece of cardstock. The invitation fits inside of an envelope that is 6 1/2” x 6 1/2” in size. We, The Langham Project DIY Printable Invitations/Stationary, send the customer a digital file of his or her order. The customer is then able to purchase any paper of his or her choosing and is able to print as many or as few invitations as needed on a home printer. Another option for the customer is to ask a local print shop to print the order. Brenna ordered her paper from an online source and then printed the components you will see in the following pictures on her home printer.
For Brenna and Colby we designed a matching set that included a wedding invitation, reception response card, wedding ceremony program, and thank-you note. The Brenna Wedding Program design is available for individual purchase for $45.00. It features the combined monogram in sage green and brown font throughout. The wedding program is designed to be double-sided. It is 5 1/4” x 8 1/4”.
The Brenna Response Card design is available for individual purchase for $15.00. It ties in with the wedding invitation with a more simplified custom monogram (with only the bride and groom’s first and last names). It is 4 1/4” x 5 1/2” and fits a 4 3/8” x 5 3/4” envelope.
The Brenna Thank-You Note design was customized to be larger than many wedding thank-you notes by request of the bride. She knew that she writes large and wanted to have enough space to properly thank her guests. The size of this note, as the rest of our products, is customizable. The Brenna Thank-You Note featured below is 5” x 7” and fits inside of a 5 1/4” x 7 1/4” envelope. The Thank-You note design can be purchased as a separate component for $12.00
As previously mentioned, the Brenna wedding invitation and its corresponding component designs can be purchased separately or together as a wedding package. The individual prices for each design are as follows:
Brenna Invitation: $45.00
Brenna Response Card: $15.00
Brenna Wedding Program: $45.00
Brenna Thank-You Note: $12.00.
Or, you can save by purchasing these items together with one of our packages. The package that includes a wedding invitation (including featured custom combined monogram), response card, wedding program, and thank-you note is $107.00.
These designs, and this couple, are particularly special to us. We hope you like them too. If you are interested in ordering the Brenna Wedding Invitation design or the other pieces featured please leave us a comment on this post or send us an email at email@example.com. Click here to find The Langham Project DIY Printable Invitations/Stationary on Facebook or see our sidebar above.