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RSVP is a major topic on Weddingbee, so I wanted to write a post about our experience.

I know that a lot of people worry about how many people they should invite and actually expect and who will even RSVP, depending on a variety of factors. Here is our case study.

For the record, we sent out 83 invitations to a total of 146 guests. We sent invitations on the 31st of January and had an RSVP by date of March 1st. We also sent out save the dates last fall.

Of our guests, 10 RSVPed within a week of sending the invitation, and 48 RSVPed before the March 1st deadline. We had to “hunt down” 35 invitation RSVPs. Two of those said they never got the invitation. Some of the rest were still making up their mind, some were in the mail when we called (five days after the deadline), and some just never returned their RSVP cards.

In total, we have 103 people who said they will attend our wedding. That means that 43 can’t make it. A whole lot of our guests are out of state, so we were expecting that.

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What kind of responses did you get for your RSVPs?

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Since we are on a strict budget for the wedding, I decided early on that I would DIY as much as possible (without taking too much on), to save a dime here and there. I fell in love with the idea of pocketfold invitations early on, but websites selling them at over $1/piece, I knew this would be pricey. However, with the help of this DIY pocketfold bio, my creative mind started building a template.

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So here is how to make a pocketfold in 5×7 size. Once, I got in the swing of things, I could pump out 15 of these each hour that I really paid attention to it. This was rare though, because I would mainly do this while watching my reality TV.

Using a Fiskars paper cutter with cutting and scoring blades, you can line up your paper straight with the edge at the top of the cutter to make sure your scores are straight and beautiful. There is a ruler along the cutter to help you find your exact edge for your score for up to 4 inches, and there is an expandable ruler that folds out from under the cutter as well, which you will use for the 5 1/8”³ and 5”³ scores. Remember, you are only using your scoring blade (grey) at this point. You don’t want to accidentally cut a fold!

Also, the quicker you run the blade along, at least I found, the lines are straighter. Make sure you apply a fair amount of pressure but not too much. You can practice on scraps for a while, but it doesn’t take very long to get a feel for the scoring blade.

For the first score, you will score at 3”³, then fold to make a nice flat crease with a bone folder.

Here is your first score”¦it’s hard to take pics and hold down the scorer and give you the idea at the same time, but yeah”¦ here ya go!

For the second score, go another 5 1/8”³ (using the fold out ruler under the cutter).

Here I am mid-score!

For the final score, go another 5”³.

Here is where you will see the long 6”³ leftover piece I ended up with for the “pocket” that I really didn’t need in the end.

Now, this is how to make the pretty pointy edges for the pocketfolds using the template you made.

Take the opening edge and line it up against your 3”³ piece, then using a pencil, trace the edge onto your invite. Then cut along the traced edge, either using your cutting blade (orange) or just regular old scissors.

Now, using the same edge on the pocketfold template, invert it and draw it into the 6”³ edge (or 4”³ if you do the 17”³ long piece of paper). The trick is, you want the inner point of the pocket to be 2”³ wide. So, what I did was I measure 2 inches inside,Louis Vuitton Purses, then used that as the guide point to draw the pocket in. I used my cutter to cut the pocket, but you can use scissors here too!

Here is the pocketfold before you tape the folder in after all the cuts and folds.

Now, cut pieces of tape onto both the pocket and the 5”³ side of the paper. This is another pointer I found off heatherkj’s blog. It helps the tape to stay permanently for the folder.

For this tape, the red tape backing helps you to see where you put the tape and position it. However, peel this off and stick the edges together to form the pocket!

Oooo..ahhhhh..the pocket! (I’,Cheap Louis Vuitton;m such a happy dork that these look great!)

Here’s a stack of them”¦ there are two this size in total!

And here is a stack of untaped folders. I did end up finding that doing this in steps – score a bunch, cut a bunch, then tape a bunch”¦ it’s easier and a bit quicker!

I used the Strathmore textured paper, which was on clearance at Mister Art because the Marina Teal color was being discontinued. I got the paper for about 80 cents/sheet, and bought up all 40 something odd pages of it! Then, I brought them to Kinko’s and had them laser cut the sheets into 4 pieces. Since the paper is 19×25 inches, it cut into 3 pieces at 7 inches tall, with a 4 inch tall piece leftover along the 25 inch. side. The cuts cost about $5 total, and really saved me quite a headache of cutting perfectly straight 19 in. long pieces.

Now for the supply list:

* Large art paper that is at least 7×17 inches in dimension and is a thick cardstock (80 lb-110lb). (I recommend either Mister Art for the Strathmore paper or Anchor Paper for other brands. Anchor Paper actually carries the Strathmore line as well and still has Marina Teal!)

* Fiskars paper cutter with cutting and scoring blades. I bought my paper cutter years ago at Wal-Mart, so they won’t look the exact same as the one in the pictures you will see. The cutter is also at Michael’s, and you can often get this 40% off with the weekly coupons. The blades are also at Wal-Mart and Michael’s.

* bone folder (Mine doesn’t look like a standard one you will find, but they were in a two pack at Michael’s for $2)

* Terrifically Tacky Tape (at Michael’s for $3/roll, but what I did is bought a bunch at a time with a 25% off TOTAL PURCHASE coupon found in every Bride’s or Martha Stewart Weddings magazine). I found that I needed a roll for every 15-20 invitations.

* Pointy edge templates”¦you can use scraps to make the perfect pointy edges :) . Mine went in/out about an inch on each side total. Just draw it out in pencil until you make what you like!

* pencil to trace pointy edges onto invites

So there you have it brides – how to make a pocketfolder, and it ends up working out to about 35-40 cents/pocketfolder vs. a little over $1. If you start early and do a bit at a time, it’s not as daunting as some people say it is. As a scrapbooker/crafty person, I found this FUN.

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So we bloggers all do things a bit differently around here, but I for one enjoy seeing some of the reception details while we’re still “on location” in the story. So before we close out the rest of the night, let’s take a look at some of the lovely details that made up our reception. There’s lots to see and talk about today, but if you haven’t eaten lunch yet today, don’t worry—you won’t find any pictures of food here! We didn’t request any shots of food, so just trust me that there was food and drink present as well.

I’d like to start off with some of the gorgeous features that caused us to fall in love with the Board of Trade in the first place.

These Corinthian columns and archways were in the process of being renovated when we booked the venue. / Unless otherwise noted, photos by Eau Claire Photographics

I think I’ve expressed my love of the courtyard enough, but seriously—look at that fountain!

The Board of Trade’s symbol on the giant, oak entrance doors.

You’ve probably caught a glimpse of the lighted dome in some of the pictures. The mural depicts various commerce industries present in Louisiana—very appropriate scenes when this was the local commodity trading floor. The black panels on the walls are actually chalkboards, used during the trading times as well.

And besides those lovely details, the venue is relatively a blank slate. We didn’t want to overpower the beauty that we had on our hands, but we did want to make things a bit more glamorous, colorful,Cheap Louis Vuitton Bags, and personalized.  That’s where the lights and flowers come in.

Let’s step back outside again…

We provided the globe lights, chandeliers, glassware, and candles to the rentals vendor,Cheap Louis Vuitton Purses, and they set everything up. Want to know one of my few wedding regrets? See against the wall where guests are coming in…those tiny lights back there? I’d seen some really cool displays done at the entrance of the venue, and I knew I wanted something in that area. I decided on these glass orbs after seeing it online from another wedding—I just don’t think they had much of an impact and this is the only picture you can see them in. Definitely could have saved a few bucks there.

And here’s the courtyard in the opposite direction. I love how it turned out, and was so happy the rain let up so guests could spend some time out there. I know we provided little lanterns for those tables, but I’m just now noticing those aren’t on the tables…oh well, if it hasn’t bothered me this long, I think I’ll live.

And of course you’ve heard a ton about these chandeliers—we had four, one in each corner of the courtyard. It was my one ridiculous “must have,” and I’m pretty proud we made it happen.

The BoT had this pretty marble table that we set up at the entrance to hold our card box lantern and guestbook picture. There was a matching “L” initial at the other end of the table, along with a dish for Sharpies and ink pads.

Our customized print, complete with our guests’ fingerprints. It’s pretty self-explanatory, but I wrote a post on it if you want more info. My top lessons from this—print it out with plenty of space in the margins so you have enough space to tape your print to the back of the board, and don’t use chalk ink! And maybe don’t wait till like the week of the wedding to be dealing with it. But that’s personal preference, of course.

A few steps and some giant oak doors led up into the ballroom, and the stairs were lined with lanterns and candles provided by the venue. When we were about to make our entrance, I noticed them and said, “Hey, those aren’t mine! Cool!”

Inside, the dance floor and band were off to the left, and the tables, food, and bar were to the right. I worked with Claire of Blumen Lendle floral to come up with four separate centerpieces. I provided various extra decor items, but besides that, these centerpieces were all Claire.

Oh, and the venue came with gold Chiavari chairs too. Sphinx correctly identified a Chiavari chair on TV  the other day. I don’t know if I should be proud of him or disappointed in myself for making him know that. / Photo by Momma P from earlier in the day when we did formals in the courtyard, thus the emptiness

You can see we had a mix of gold, purple, sheer teal, and sheer ivory table cloths. The tall cocktail tables in the background were around the dance floor and had purple tablecloths tied with a gold sash.

We had three of these large “cloud” centerpieces put on the largest tables, and I feel like the photos can’t even do them justice. They were full and colorful, and really made an impact in a ballroom with such a tall ceiling, which was exactly the intention.

Some tables had these full flower rings, with a vase in the center and a floating candle.

A trio of glass vases with submerged orchids and callas were on other tables. / Photo by Momma P

I don’t have a closeup of the last small centerpiece, but it was the low, small cluster of flowers on mercury glass stands (you can see them in the background of some of these pictures). The idea of these three smaller arrangements was to keep it (relatively) low cost, since those tall centerpieces were already doing a lot for our space. I’ve seen those big ones on every table in our venue, and I find it to be overkill.  But in a few key areas, they sure are pretty and earned tons of compliments.

Here you can see some of the candle holders we provided—just to have a little something extra to fill space on those 60″ tables, you know? I was also really excited to incorporate the gold fleur de lis into our tablecloths—it ties in with the invites. I’m sure everyone caught right onto that.

A guest shot from early in the reception: you can see the centerpieces, but also the purple uplighting. The professional pics were lit up with a background flash (to see our faces and all that important stuff), but the room was actually a bit darker and the walls had a purple glow.

The sweetheart table (that we never sat at) was small, so we kept the decorations very minimal. I bought this wooden sign ages ago, and used it as decoration in the house until wedding time. The “reserved” signs were on the family tables (because cocktail reception, because NOLA). Those scrolly frames matched some others around the venue.

I recycled the props from our engagement pictures to turn into chair signs at the sweetheart table.

Our family photo table is another project I wish hadn’t been pushed till last minute, but I’m glad we made the effort. Sphinx’s family is on the left, my family is on the right. We ended up with photos of parents, grandparents, and even a few great-grandparents in there!

The branchy/floraly centerpiece here was made by my aunt V, who continues to amaze everyone with her talent. The confetti curls and wine corks were leftovers from some other places (like those missing lanterns…), and thus ended up on this table and the entrance table. It tied everything together, although that definitely wasn’t planned.

And I know you’ve seen some of the cake already, but I really felt like I couldn’t round out my details post with out it.

Bridal cake, surrounded by bridesmaids and bridal bouquets. I bought the rose gold sequin tablecloth from Etsy, and the stand was provided by the bakery.

Cake topper, monogram, lace detail to match my dress and veil, and cake pull pearl bracelets.

Our cake serving set and champagne flutes were gifts from Momma P, both Kate Spade and found on clearance on separate shopping trips. They aren’t the same design, but I love them both!

Of course, you remember Sphinx’s Roman Coliseum groom’s cake. Sorry, I promised no food and here there are chocolate-covered strawberries. Shame on me!

This isn’t technically a reception detail, but I definitely wanted to include it because the idea was new to me.  The florist Claire mentioned that she would put together a bouquet from some of the extra flowers, so that we could leave the vase outside of Maw Maw’s tomb.  Which was pretty much the most sweetest thing ever, to bring a bit of the wedding to her and having those in place on the wedding weekend.

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As you can see, our reception was a good mix of BIY (buy it yourself) and creativity from our vendors. I had a written plan for the tables, the linens, centerpieces, lights, candles, and pretty much everything else. Some of it was specific (like the scrolled candle holders that I wanted on the windowsill behind the cake), but some of it was more like,Louis Vuitton 2015 Bags, “There are two dozen purple votives—scatter wherever else we need them.”  When I look at individual pictures, I might notice something off*, but overall my vision was executed and all the little details worked together to create a beautiful space for our wedding reception.

I love flowers so much, can you tell? If I could have one of these on my kitchen table all the time, I’d be a happy gal.

*Like seriously, there were 10 lanterns with candles and corks, where did they go? Maybe on the outside bar? Yeah, let’s say they were on the outside bar.

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And we walked, slowly, I was smiling an uncontrollable smile…

Mr. P looked nervous and shy—he could barely look at me…

And there we were. Finally, at the altar…

And here’s the good part! Father Jim, in all his frustration and flustered-ness, forgot the order of the program. He launched right into the middle of the program, flipping through his book, coughing loudly. It was a little awkward. What was worse was that he forgot the part of the hand-off of parent to husband. So my poor mom stood there for a good long while as Father Jim was reading the marriage portion of the ceremony! The part that was supposed to come later!

Mr. P discreetly got Father Jim’s attention and reminded him of my mother standing there. He did a quick something or other and she finally got to sit down. OY! (No one noticed but the bridal party.)

So he continued with the marriage portion with our vows right away (I guess he was trying to get us back on track time-wise?)….

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We exchanged rings and vows. Then there was a somewhat clumsy bonding ritual.

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… And then he had the nerve to say “You don’t have to kiss her like you’,Cheap Louis Vuitton;re in the back seat of a car!” Oooooh boyyyyyy. Good thing we both have a great sense of humor.

We turned to face our family and friends as he pronounced us man and wife. I had gotten a bit choked up when I was reciting my vows. You can tell in this picture!

Then he read the marriage portion AGAIN! And when he said, “You may kiss the bride,” we replied in unison, “Again?” And again we kissed! This time people noticed that something was a bit awry! Look how hard my sister is laughing (we were also cracking up)! It was definitely memorable. We call it “So Nice, We’re Married Twice!”

Then we received communion and then sat down for the remainder of the Eucharist. Giggling at what just went down, and also really relieved and happy, we enjoyed the moment, watching our friends and family take communion.

BUT in the distance, there was a slam of the spa building door and out came a mother and son couple, dressed in shorts with their Big Gulp and beach towels traipsing through our ceremony! HELLO? Where was Esme? Did they not see a WEDDING GOING ON? Now that, that I was pissed about. But it could not be planned for or controlled. So I was going to ponder it any further and let it ruin my wedding. It wasn’t noticed by the guests in the front anyway. But, really?

“What the…”

There was a part in the ceremony where my friend Michelle was to read. Father Jim, of course, forgot, so we had to remind him. Michelle did a great job eventually!

Father Jim said a few words, and with that we were married and the ceremony was officially over! We walked back up the aisle, recessional music playing, and we were giggling, happy, smiling, and SO RELIEVED! It all went fine (despite the ridiculous glitches) and we were thrilled!


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I mean what’s another $400 when you’ve already spent $10K? I have added a ton of ‘extras’ because at the time they seemed like such a small amount of money for the added benefit.

Today’s Conversation: Oh yes, let’s upgrade those buffet plates to china since it’s more white. An off-white would ruin our table scheme. (Where is that little wedding angel that is supposed to be sitting on my shoulder saying ‘NO ONE WILL NOTICE’?) It’s such a tiny fraction of the overall costs that there is no way all those extras could add up to be a lot in the end, right?

Oh yeah, and after I upgraded, I remembered our plates wont even be set on the tables, since we are having a buffet. $h*%!

Maybe I’ll call back tomorrow, and change our rental order yet again. I’m pretty sure they already think I’m crazy.

I don’t have a solution,Cheap Louis Vuitton Bags for Men and Women on Sale, and it’s too late for me anyways. But I know the problem – and that’s half the battle right?

Have you kept your wedding costs in check? What are some little things you spent money that collectively added up to big bucks?

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There are still quite a few little projects and finishing touches that I wanted to show you while I’m waiting on the pro photos! I was dying to show you all the gifts that I gave my girls for all their hard work, but I wanted to wait until after they had received them. It’s hard enough to keep secrets from my besties, especially fun secrets like presents!

Since I make jewelry as a profession, I definitely wanted to make them some special bling that they could also wear afterwards. They were both going to wear short, strapless cocktail dresses that suited their own tastes so I felt like it was important to create similarly styled jewelry to set them apart from all the guests. I thought a long,Louis Vuitton 2015 Bags, layered necklace would work best for both girls and unlike a huge statement necklace (which could also work with their dress styles), they could wear again much more easily.

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She totally rocks big earrings so I definitely wanted to give her a pair she could wear again and again.

Bridesmaid G (Aka MOH #2) was going to wear a little peach and gold dress. This melon colored quartz matched it perfectly! Her taste is a little more edgy and minimal, so I kept it simple with a double stranded, asymmetrical necklace.

Her earrings were just a single strand of sparkle to stay in line with her overall style.

They both love feathery hair accessories, so I made each of them this tulle flower hair clip..

.. but I LOST THEM RIGHT BEFORE THE WEDDING. This is what happens when you decide to make way too many things and organization is not one of your strong suits. It may have been a blessing in disguise; I’m not sure they needed any additional flair. It might have just been too much going on. What do you think?

I put all their goodies in this cute clutch that I scored from DSW. I’m a little bummed that I didn’t get one for myself, I loved it so much!

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How did you accessorize your bridal party? Did they all match or did each girl have their own different pieces?

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Today I excitedly met two of my ladies, MOH A and BM R, at a local bridal shop, Tiffany’s. After visiting their website and scoping out the designers they carried, I was very hopeful that we might find something great and be able to come a decision. We searched through the racks and picked up what felt like 50 dresses. I was very optimistic at first, finding both a collection of satin and chiffon dresses that we all agreed were great, but when we emptied the room of all the discard dresses, we were a little underwhelmed with what we had left.

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Loving the look of mismatched dresses but hoping to make the process easier on me and my ladies,Louis Vuitton Handbags, I have been determined to find a collection of dresses where my ‘maids could pick their own individual style. I really believed that picking a collection would be the simpler alternative to having everyone find a dress on their own,Cheap Louis Vuitton Outlet, but when it has come down to it, N.O.T. EASY! I’m having difficulty finding a collection that suits my wedding style and my bridesmaids’ tastes. We have found a single dress here and there that we loved, but not a collection. We’ve now visited two bridal shops as a group and I’ve visited two on my own. Compared to finding my wedding dress, this process has been downright difficult!

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Did you find bridesmaids’-dress shopping more difficult than bridal-dress shopping? How many shops did you have to visit before making a final decision?

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After a day full of wandering half of Main Street and getting our fill of delicious food and Fredericksburg history, Mr. A and I headed back to our room for a lazy night in. We lugged our Chinese takeout back to home base, opened the door, and found this waiting for us on our coffee table:

Leslie had left us a plate of delicious chocolate-covered strawberries and a sweet handwritten note. Seizing the opportunity, we threw our takeout in the fridge,2015 Louis Vuitton Bags, grabbed the bottle of the Messina Hoff Riesling we had bought at Crossroads the night before along with a couple of wine glasses, and took our plate of treats outside to adventure on the Hoffman Haus grounds.

We ended up stopping in the estate’s garden to enjoy our wine and strawberries. The atmosphere was perfection. We sat nearby a quaint little Koi pond where we could hear the soft sound of water trickling and take advantage of the aroma of someone firing up their barbecue grill not too far away.

I can’t stress enough how delightfully refreshing it was to be able to sit there, sip on our sweet glasses of wine,Cheap Louis Vuitton, and have our conversation filled with something other than wedding talk. We were able to catch up on US—how things at work had been going, how we were going to arrange our living room furniture, what we wanted to do once we got back from the honeymoon—you know, normal people conversations. It felt so good to be “us” again.

About halfway through our little leisure time in the garden, one of Leslie’s cats, Charlie, paid us a visit. He had no reservations at all about hopping right up in my lap and enjoying a moment of or two of being scratched behind the ears. Normally I’m not too much of a cat person, but Charlie’s fur was so soft and I couldn’t help but get a kick out of how loud he was purring.

Leslie had fittingly named him after Charlie Chaplin. Love that little dark spot under his nose!

After a couple of minutes of indulging Charlie’s petting request, I plopped him back down on the ground and away he went! Mr. A and I finished our wine, inhaled one last breath of fresh, Hill Country air, and made our way back to the room to scarf down our takeout and relax for the evening.

Up next, our final full day of our Hill Country adventure finds us eating some kick ass German food, playing “I Spy,” and taking in some truly breathtaking scenery!

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