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Pampered Chef: Theme Show Bridal Invitations

  1. My host is not interested in purchasing the Bridal Invitations, and she wants homemade ones...

    Any ideas? Please feel free! I am looking to get lots of Ideas!

    Thanks Melissa
    Jul 21, 2005
  2. DZmom

    DZmom Veteran Member

    Hallmark or Walmart

    Either of these store has wedding stationary. I printed my own wedding invites when I got married nearly 7 years ago, and I saved HUNDREDS of $$ by doing it myself. Just purchase the invites and create a catchy little phrase to print on them. I got this off of a invite website.

    Before they take the plunge
    join us for a Pampered Shower
    for BRIDE and GROOM
    on DAY
    at TIME


    You could also find out what sort of invites they are sending for the wedding and copy the style and format that they are already using.

    Hope this helps!
    Jul 21, 2005
  3. I was a Wedding Planner/Caterer for 7 years and did most of the invites myself on my home computer. Most of the time they look BETTER than what you get from a printer because they are more personal. On Consultants Corner today, infact, in the Downloads section I found inserts for wedding invitations that come 8 to a page that tell the guests that the couple is registered with The Pampered Chef. That might be a fun way to get extra orders after the wedding, too. :)
    Jul 21, 2005
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