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DIY Wedding Envelope Seals

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Stephanie (Stelloberry Designs)
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Materials:

  • Envelope seal free printable (available here)
  • Colour printer
  • A4 label sheets
  • 1 1/2 inch circular paper punch

Step 1

Download our free printable envelope seals. This file is a fillable PDF, which will allow you to insert the initial of your first name and and the initial of your partner’s first name into each circular seal. After inserting your initials, print the envelope seals onto a sheet of A4 label paper.

Step 2

Using a 1 1/2 inch circle punch, punch out each of the labels. The easiest way to do this is to turn your punch upside down so you can see the label through the hole in the punch as shown below. Line the label up with the hole and then punch away!

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Step 3

Once your invitations have been stuffed into their envelopes, simply add a seal to each envelope to complete the look.

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The Fun Part…

Now that you’ve got your labels all punched and ready to go, why not have a little fun and use them to decorate other aspects of your wedding? Try adding them to your wedding bonbonniere as shown below:

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Or you can use them to close a pocket-fold invitation:

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If you’re feeling adventurous, you could include these labels on other elements of your wedding stationery such as menus, reply cards and save the dates so that you have a nice little theme to tie your stationery together – the sky’s the limit!

Photography by Stelloberry Designs

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Ms Gingham says: Easy, customizable and super sweet! Perfect!

About Stephanie: Hi, I’m Stephanie from Stelloberry Designs. I own a Sydney-based stationery boutique that specialises in designing and handcrafting invitations for special events. I love paper, pretty bits and pieces, and innovative design.

Stephanie has more DIY posts for you to read here.

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