1900 down… more to go?

With 1900 invitations out the door… Speculation about who is receiving the first round of Royal Wedding invitations can now trickle off as envelopes hit the floors of [an alleged] 50 members of Royal Family, 40 Foreign Royal family, 200 MPs and Diplos, 60 Govenors/Realm PMs and 80 Charity workers (numbers above as per the Twitter feed of Sky News’ Paul Harrison).

The invitation above truly is a golden ticket – and hopefully something the royal couple look at with pride in those (sometimes rare but) important moments when you give youself a minute to reflect… and get excited about the upcoming big day.

… And woohoo… R and I will have a few of those moments of our own tomorrow as we finish up addressing and sending the balance of our invites. This excitement does not just derive from the sheer relief we will feel to tick this off the list… but also, it is the knowledge that our invitations reflect us. How… you ask? Is there not a standard way to doing invites as per the classy Kate and Wills golden ticket above?

Actually, no – the world is your oyster when you have the design stylings of my bridesmaid and graphic designer extraordinaire, Lulu. No gold embossed writing and rafts of white space for us,  but instead colours, words, symbols and illustrations reflecting the vibe of this [not royal, but I like to think pretty special] couple!

Again, our timing coincides…

However, I’m guessing Ms Kate Middleton won’t be sitting with a caligraphy pen in hand for much of the morning tomorrow. That’ll be just me then!


One thought on “1900 down… more to go?

  1. Yes! I’m all for invitations (and indeed wedding celebrations) that reflect the couple. Yet so often, most people do go for the “traditional” – a missed opportunity to express yourself if you ask me. And in a world that so often demands that you fit in particular moulds and expectations. I’m so happy you guys didn’t go this route and I’m really looking forward to all the “idiosyncrasies” of the whole day – from the food to the music and more – and celebrating who YOU guys are.

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