- Mrs. Coconut
- 9 years ago
- Wedding: November 2008 - 1930s Historic Building in Lakeland, FL
For Kate and Aaron’s wedding, I offered to make their wedding programs as part of my role as a bridesmaid. Kate really loved Mrs. Penguin’s program design, so I basically stole her idea (thanks, Pengy!) and went to work! Kate shipped the paper of her choice and I spent some quality time with my Gocco. Any Gocco time I missed out on with our decision to order invitations, I made up for with this project.
The program was eight pages, which meant that I used 16 lamps! In hindsight, I probably shouldn’t have used the Gocco for this project, but I think the silver ink looked amazing on Kate’s purple paper, so what’s done is done!
Here is the silver ink on the purple paper.
I used a hole punch to push the eyelets through, and I used Zots to secure the ‘Thank You’ page and cover page.
I used a tiny hammer and an eyelet setter to set the eyelet. It was easy!
Here is the front cover of the program! I mixed the ink colors so that the purple ink would match the purple paper exactly!
I printed the ‘Thank You’ pages using my Canon Pixma because I ran out of Gocco lamps!
Here they are in all their glory, ready to get married!
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