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Stamp Connection

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Not THOSE types of STDs, silly! Save-the-Dates!! Okay, I know… so not funny… or original. :)

So, if you read My Proposal Story, you know that my fiance proposed to me by offering up a notarized document saying that he officially loves me more than I love him. So, I’ve come up with the idea to incorporate a stamp or embossed element to my Save the Date cards to imitate the notary stamp! The problem is, I’m not sure where to start! E & I have yet to take engagement photos and I’d like to incorporate these into the STDs as well. Of course I have to wait until we officially decide on a venue before I make the STDs anyway. But I’m super excited about the idea and can’t wait to figure out how to incorporate it into the design! I found the embosser above on this site and they even let you upload your own logo or design to create the stamp! It’s kind of an expensive piece for one project but I think the end result would be so cute! Do you think it’s worth it?

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    It’s totally worth it! We got them from wgpress.com (which I highly recommend!) We ordered two with the logo that my fiance created. One is the bigger size and one is the smaller size.

    Here’s our save the dates and how we used it…
    http://style-ishwedding.blogspot.com/2008/02/save-dates.html

    We used the bigger size on the cards themselves and then embossed the envelopes with the smaller embosser.