Hi everyone! Camille (Jacin’s new Assistant) here again, and do I have some SPECIAL news to share with you. My boyfriend took me on a surprise getaway to Santa Barbara this weekend, took me to a fancy french dinner, and then got down on one knee and proposed to me at Alice Keck Park Memorial Gardens!
That’s right, we’re engaged!
It’s a sensational, marvelous, yet peaceful feeling. I can’t wait to begin my life together with my best friend, and of course I cannot wait to start the wedding planning fun :) We’re currently stuck on whether we want a destination wedding or one in Southern California, where we both grew up and fell in love.
PS A little fun fact about us, I was his first kiss when we were fifteen at a 50s themed school dance :) And now here we are, about to begin planning a wedding! I couldn’t be more happy to be where we are now together, and I can only imagine the amazing things the future has in store for us together.
Since I will be asking my lovely friends soon to be a part of my bridal party, I decided I wanted to quickly design a Bridesmaid/Maid of Honor Invitation for them. I wanted it to double as a print they could frame and put in their homes if they wanted. I found a friendship quote I liked, and used that for front of the invitation/side that can be displayed in a frame. To add some extra cuteness to it, I grabbed that adorable honeycomb divider from Amy Morby’s amazing blog (where she has lots of free downloads) and used it to frame the quote. I also knew I wanted to share it with all the amazing LLD readers. So whether you are going to use this as a bridesmaid invite like me, or just frame the front in your home – I hope you enjoy it!
Here’s a little peak of one I made this afternoon.
I printed this sample one on normal computer printer paper. However, I will be using a good quality white card stock for my bridesmaids and print them double-sided. I also made a separate Maid of Honor option that can be downloaded too.
To download the images, click on the thumbnails below and save them onto your computer. Also, I printed the sample 5″x7″ to fit an empty frame I had, but feel to adjust the sizing to your needs!
Let me know if you decided to use any of these, and I’ll see everyone next time!