Our jaws totally dropped when we saw Jodi and Kurt‘s wedding invitations. Seriously, these may be the most uniquely awesome and labor-intensive invitations we have ever seen! And as such, they deserve their very own post! Here are some of the details from Jodi:

Handmade Wedding Invitations with Burlap

“I knew once we got engaged that I wanted something new and creative for our wedding invitations, something that hasn’t been done before, but also something to reflect the style of our wedding and allow our guests to have a ‘sneak peek’ into the actual day.  We wanted our invites to be personal and completely handmade and really give our guests something special.”

Stack of handmade burlap invites

“We constructed our invitations out of thick board, burlap, twine, and these cute cameos we purchased from PoppyLovesParis on Etsy. Each guest received a different cameo, which will also make another appearance at our wedding in another fun detail.”

stack of handmade wedding invitations made from burlap and twine

multi-colored cameos on burlap wedding invitations

“We glued blue envelopes, purchased from the Paper Source, on the inside of the invitation.  I cut off the flaps of the envelopes then glued strips of doilies on the inside as an extra detail.”

blue inner envelop of burlap wedding invites

“Our inserts were somewhat of a trial, as I had them printed and then coffee-stained, but they unfortunately didn’t turn out how I envisioned, so the inserts were printed on cream paper purchased from the Paper Source.  A special thanks goes out to my friend, Bee, for helping with the wording.”

Standing wedding invite showing doily and insert

“We had Kurt’s brother-in-law, Chris, design our map.”

custom map for inside handmade burlap invitations

RSVP card insert for handmade invitations

green cameo tied with twine to burlap invitation

More burlap wedding invitations on a table outdoors

“We found these kraft mailers that fit our invites perfectly! The labels were made out of vellum paper and then transformed into a sticker using a Xyron machine.  I then used a Martha Stewart edger punch (love her crafts!) to add a little embellishment on each of the addresses.”

kraft mailers with edge punched address labelsbox of kraft envelope wedding invitations

As if these crazy beautiful handmade invites were not enough, Jodi and Kurt also included a DVD with an awesome stop-motion film that they created themselves! It ties in their adorable pie-themed RSVP card.

stop motion DVD for Jodi and Kurt's wedding

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Jaclyn @ Jaclyn Tran Event Designs.com - September 21, 2010

Those are the coolest invites I have ever seen. Handmade, I love them even more! Great job!!

Angie Wood - September 21, 2010

Wow, those are amazing! Love it!!!

Dognbird - September 21, 2010

Beyond artful.

lydia {ever ours} - September 21, 2010

love these invites!!

AmyPunky Photography - September 22, 2010

I love this!!! Awesome!!!

postcards and pretties - September 22, 2010

love these!! great job jodi + kurt!!

Lauren @ ELD - September 22, 2010

WOW these are awesome! So innovative and original! I LOVE!

Kayla - September 23, 2010

That is soooo cute!!

Kirby - September 24, 2010

WOW! I’m totally impressed. these are amazing and beautiful. so well thought out!

xx Kirby

Nicola - September 27, 2010

These are amazing – the amount of detail and thought that went into making them! They are so original and really perfect little works of art which I for one would definately put on display after they served their purpose of an invite – I love them!

Jennifer - October 4, 2010

These are so fun and unique! I love them!!

Super Burbs - October 4, 2010

Just perfection! Love everything about this!

BEA @ BEA's Bride Guide - October 4, 2010

WOW – these are amazing and so well thought out!

Jill La Fleur - October 4, 2010

Love all of this!! Super cute!

Kelly - October 4, 2010

What kind of board did you use? I imagine it would have to be thick but thin enough to fold.

Liv - October 4, 2010

This is just too cool. Can’t even imagine how cute the wedding is going to be!

Christina Brosnan - October 5, 2010

I love all of it! Really curious where they got the kraft mailer. I’ve been looking everywhere and cant find them!

Mary - October 15, 2010

Wow, such a cute idea !!!! I agree, those are the best handmade invitations I’ve seen !

MJPhoto - October 19, 2010

I’m gasping for air..and I am in love!

Chris - October 21, 2010

too bad they are taken…i’m in love.

Debbie O - December 8, 2010

This is it! I would love to make these for my wedding! Would love to see more of this wedding. Do they have a blog? ow can I reach her?

Denver wedding photographers - September 8, 2011

Nice invitations. Very unique. Nicely done.

A. - April 3, 2012

I want it for my wedding !!! how much ? please tell me you sell it ! (sorry for my english i am french !)

Joann - April 12, 2012

Can you tell me how much these cost? i am totally in love with them

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