K&C Wedding Week

Linda & Harriett
September 08, 2009 • 10 comments

This is going to be my one & only post of the week. Hush now, you'll be okay. :)

My sister gets married on Saturday & I'm helping with nearly everything having to do with paper. Above is a little peek at their Rehearsal Dinner menus. Instead of having them letterpressed, I went back to how L&H got started: rubber stamps. I love love love rubber stamps. I took this little fishie design from their Rehearsal Dinner invitation (which was letterpressed) and had it made into a rubber stamp. I printed the menu text on fine Italian paper using our HP printer and hand-stamped each menu in a light blue archival ink. I don't think I'll ever tire of the rubber stamped look - how the hand is so obviously behind each impression. Bryn from Paperfinger did the calligraphy you see at the top. A touch of the hand in the text bumps it up a notch.

If you find yourself missing the L&H blog, follow me on Twitter. I can't give away too many details before the big day, but I'll be tweeting here & there - or as much as the bride will let me:)

Have a great week!


Linda & Harriett
Dallas Shaw
September 08 2009

I'd love to feature you on the blog! sending you an email right away!dallashttp://dillydallas.blogspot.com

September 08 2009

beautiful! good luck with the rest of the preparations and congrats to your sis!

Olivia Broadwater Stewart
September 08 2009

1 – love the stamps2- menus looks amazing3- can't wait

September 08 2009

Congratulations to your sister! And to you for making some awesome paper swag for her and her groom.

liz stanley
September 08 2009

these are beautiful. same (similar) reason why I love my gocco machine. have fun with all the festivities!

September 12 2009

how/where did you make the fish into a rubber stamp? love it.

September 09 2009

Incredible Liz – have a wonderful week and best wishes to your sister!

December 21 2009

oh how i love these fishies! Thank you for sharing the idea, I'm thinking of using birds in my 2010 wedding, this is a great DIY option.

Prost to the Host
November 19 2009

I want to buy your fish stamp! Please let me know. Thanks!

December 21 2009

where did you get the fishy stamp?!Lori loyo@mac.com

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