Mind your manners with these stylish Bridal Thank You Cards

During the process of your wedding you are so grateful for all of your friends and family that go out of their way to assist you in planning, stand by your side and lavish you with registry gifts to help start you and your fiance’s life together.  With the gracious bride in mind, we designed these custom illustrated blind letterpressed Bridal Thank You Cards featuring stylized doves and birds with colorful envelope liners. With a rich and thick feel to them, saying ‘Thank You’ to your guests just got a lot more stylish.

Thick cotton paper was used for an ultra deep impression and rich feeling texture.

Envelope liners are available in tangerine, lilac and mint or can be customized to your own wedding colors or patterns.

Photography by Katie Neal

If you forgot to order your Thank You’s along with your wedding invitations, let Alchemy customize our cards and colors for your Bridal Thank You Cards. Also, if you live in the San Diego area stop by Provence Bride to purchase them in person while shopping for your wedding dress or other gorgeous bridal accessories.

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2 Responses to “Celebration to Adoration: Bridal Thank You Cards”

  1. Miriam on January 14th, 2011 1:14 pm

    These are great! I love the liners..What a great gift to give someone also.

  2. diy-day.com on January 19th, 2011 7:00 pm

    Amazing. I didn’t even know there was such a thing as cotton paper…

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