I recently had the pleasure to design some things for my grandparent’s 60th wedding anniversary. It was such a lovely celebration for an amazing couple!
The party’s theme colors were gold and white. I created the invitation in black and printed on glittery, gold card stock.
Below are a time breakdown and a highlights of 1954 print that I designed, printed, and framed. To the right are the food labels. (I recommend getting a cheap paper cutter for even cuts if you do a lot of projects like this.)
Below: I printed one side of white card stock with the “Barbara and Rufus” and “Est 1954” designs. Then put the paper in reverse and printed a solid pattern on the other side so it was doubled sided. I had to hand cut these bad boys out but they were worth it. I used my glue gun to glue cake pop sticks of two different sizes to the backs. I tied some cute ribbon to the sticks to dress it up. We used these by putting stones in the bottom of a mason jar for them to stand up and adding little gold twigs for accents.
Last but not least, I created some labels for our ice cream bar.