I slaved last night. And made a map.
It's WAY not perfect. It's too small (I forgot to enlarge the map picture from mapquest before tracing it in Photoshop) but our church is luckily REALLY easy to get to. This will be the insert for our invitations.
Today I also went to Staples and purchased a paper cutter:
Some full-sheet labels to print the addresses on (and cut with the above cutter.)
And some linen resume paper to print the inserts on, so they are a little thicker and match the linen finish on our invites. (Note the inserts printed on the left below... again... no green ink in my printer! Whoops!)
I love the linen texture! Gratuitous ring shot woot!
So the neat thing about my paper cutter is that it has 4 blades (regular, perforation, scoring, and squiggly) and a corner rounder! I decided to try out rounded corners on my invitation, RSVP card, and insert. I put them on a paper towel so you could see the dark invites better, haha. SO ghetto.
I think it adds a bit more to the funky-contemporary vibe. Do you guys think it's worth doing?
Here's a close up...
I'm kind of digging it, but it's work, and I think I'm losing it in general, so I'm polling all of you. Round or Square edges?
Puggy Seacrest, OUT!