Posted September 5, 2013 | 1 Comment
Hi, loves! There’s DIY… and then there’s professional DIY. Sometimes, you need a little assistance at the helm of your DIY photo project, especially when it comes to your wedding. You want your photo save the dates, wedding scrapbook pages, and thank you cards — not to mention albums — to look their very best. Mixbook is here to help! This printing service is a great asset to have, especially when you’re ready to try your hand at a little at-home DIY. Read on to find out more…
After your wedding, you still have a few last 'to-do's to tackle. First, you'll want to properly thank your guests for sharing in your special day. One product that Mixbook offers as its specialty is the customizable thank you card. You can create custom thank you cards using photos from your own wedding and your choice of different designs and styles. Friends and family go above and beyond to add to your special day, and so it's incredibly important that you send out hand-written notes that express your gratitude.
Here are a few styles that caught our eye:
After your thank you cards are signed, sealed, and delivered, you'll want to commemorate your wedding photos in a special way. You can make your own custom collage pages, arrange photos where you'd like them to appear -- even put a favorite wedding photo right on the cover. Whether you're making a custom wedding album for yourself, your parents, or another family member, Mixbook can help your project look its very best.
DIY Photo Project
Ready to get started with your DIY photo project? Visit Mixbook today! And, don't forget to use the exclusive Emmaline Bride code to get 50% off all cards! Use code SUMRWED50 at checkout. *This offer is only valid with coupon code SUMRWED50. This offer cannot be combined with other coupons, vouchers, Groupons, or applied after an order has been placed. Discount applies only to completed projects. No adjustments on previous purchases. Shipping and taxes will apply. This offer does not apply to Mosaic. Offer expires 2013-10-01 (11:59 pm PDT).
This is a sponsored post by Mixbook.