DIY: Sips & Sweets

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Using yesterday’s inspiration board as a starting point, Jess imagined a simple wedding reception of sips and sweets, with adorable little layer cakes and pretty pink Depression-era glass plates.

What are some of your favorite cake flavor combinations? We like banana cake with caramel buttercream, sponge cake with lemon cream and fresh raspberries, coconut cake with passion fruit curd, dark chocolate cake with cream cheese frosting…

The other element that Jess created from the inspiration board was a beautiful invitation suite. There’s no reason doing it yourself has to look DIY! All you need is a gorgeous font (we used Belluccia, available for just $39), a decent printer, and hand-cut envelope liners if you’re so inclined (Paper Source has an envelope liner kit to help you out).

A huge thank you to our newest sponsor, Rebecca Hansen, for these beautiful photos!

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  1. Lyndsey

    Beautiful, Jess – love those invites!

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  2. Wendy Wade

    Those are lovely! A beautiful DIY!

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  3. Sarah @ Designsgood

    The cakes are lovely!

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  4. Ridgely's Radar

    WOW! The cakes look fabulous!

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  5. Debi Sementelli

    WOW! LOVE how you used my Belluccia font! DIY Invites were one of the things I had in mind when I created it. You did a beautiful job utilizing it!
    I especially LOVE that you used the special RSVP I created. Lovely!
    I’m in font design heaven:)

    Best,
    Debi

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  6. Ashley

    I have to ask- where did you find the beautiful liner for the envelopes? Thanks!

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  7. Diana Alexandra

    Your website inspires me so much. I am planning my wedding and this site is my primary resource for ideas.

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  8. Michelle Banks

    I love these so much and really enjoy making my own invitations for ALL parties. How do you track down a good printer without it costing a fortune?

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  9. Michelle Vargas-Delado

    Lovely invitation suite! Love the fonts and colors… But I was wondering what is the font used for the date on the Save the Date?

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