+ HAPPY HOLIDAYS!

 This year I did something different with our Holiday cards...sent a postcard!


It was so nice to not stuff any cards in envelopes this year.  After the wedding, I've had my fair share of- stuffing envelopes, stamping envelopes, addressing envelopes (you get the picture) that this was awesome!  I went with some gold glitter on front (inspired by the gold glitter ks flats I had at our wedding), the same coral heart that was infused into all of our wedding stationary, and a picture of us in front of Bodega Bay for the back.  Really liked the way they turned out!


Merry Christmas & Happy Holidays to all!

* cards by minted
* photos by gem photo

15 comments:

  1. That's so smart! I think I'll be doing that next year. :) Your cards turned out great.

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  2. Such a good idea! They are adorable and perfect!

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  3. Such a fun idea! I love the design on the back, too! Cheers from London!

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  4. What a great idea!! Beautiful design... loving that glitter font!

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  5. Wow! They look amazing! I love the idea of doing something different and going with a postcard, love how special a simple idea can be! Happy Monday!

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  6. Love these! I may do postcards next year!

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  7. I love how your holiday cards turned out! I'm a big fan of photo postcards... I used them for my save-the-dates and thank you cards. The only reason I went with envelopes for my Christmas cards was so I could use my personalized return address stamp, haha.

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  8. and I got it and I LOVE it! You two pumpkins are too good lookin' for words. Miss you both! I want to come out there asap! maybe if I have a girl I can bring her on a girl's weekend:)

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  9. I've done a postcard the last few years but this year I went the card route. Big mistake. They're taking me 12395x longer to do. I have to write more in the body of the card, address them, return address them, and seal them. Woof.

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  10. Ha! I was just taking a break from addressing my family's Minted postcards. Aren't they so much easier than cards? And less expensive to boot!

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  11. These are adorable! I love that you don't have to stuff an envelope!

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  12. I just stumbled across your blog & let me say I love it!! Will be following you & I love the cards :)

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