Okay, let’s get honest here. I’m not a do-it-yourselfer. I’m not sure why, but I don’t seem to be very skilled at all of those lovely crafts you see on Pinterest. Usually, I delegate all of those tasks to my friends and other competent professionals so that I won’t have to perform them myself. Although it would have been lovely to have that when planning my wedding, it was just not an option due to our limited funds.
So I couldn’t really say no when my fiancé saw this Wilton Wedding Invitation Kit
(affiliate link) on Amazon for $25.
Then I opened the package, releasing all of these stuff. Given how much work was waiting for me, I may have briefly freaked out. It required placing a lot of different pieces of paper and individual ribbons all around the invitation holders. I was aware that it would be a long night, but I was determined to succeed! The double-sided adhesive squares were included in this Wilton wedding invitation set, which is at least one plus.
After some trial and error, I discovered that printing the invites first and then inserting them into the holders was the ideal method for assembling the invitations. You will need to develop your own materials, but you can do this with ease using Word, PicMonkey, Canva, or any other program. Make sure the paper size settings are correct, though!
It was time to conquer the ribbon after putting the invites where they belonged. I’ll be honest; this phase was a little tedious since either the ribbon was annoying, or the sticky square wouldn’t stay in place. It took me a long to achieve the desired look because, being the perfectionist that I am, I had to make sure the square was in the center.
The bow’s installation was the final component of the jigsaw. You might assume that some of the bows will be a little squashed since the Wilton wedding invitation kit in a box. I made an attempt to solve this issue by flattening out the invitations a little by putting them under a hefty book for a while. Additionally, by doing that, the bows adhered to the sticky squares more effectively!
You can quickly place your completed invites, the response card, and its corresponding envelope into the provided envelopes. Since our guests will RSVP online, my fiance and I opted to merely include the answer cards with the invitation itself rather than using envelopes (saves money and allows us to get responses in one central location).
Conclusion: AMAZING PRICE AND CUTE PRODUCT FOR THE WILTON WEDDING INVITATION KIT I must admit that, all things considered, I am happy with the Wilton wedding invitation bundle we received. We couldn’t really find a better deal for $25. I enjoyed creating my own straightforward invites on my computer and printing them from the convenience of my home.
There are a ton of additional designs from this company, although I am aware that not everyone likes floral patterns. I really recommend this wedding invitation package if you’re on a limited budget or just want something easy to make on your own!