Save The Date

Dear Friends & Family,

Welcome to our wedding website, a resource for everything you need to know about the big day.  Above or to the right, you’ll find links to key information about the wedding, lodging options, our gift registry, and more.

Below you’ll find our blog, designed to give friends and family a peek at our lives while the wedding takes shape.  Sometimes we’ll write about wedding details like the photographer, the wedding party, or the day’s activities.  Other times we’ll just share a great recipe, or talk about a weekend trip.

Enjoy!

Amanda & Luke - Save The Date

3 Responses to “Save The Date”

  1. Debbie writes:

    Hi!
    I stumbled across your blog while searching for more information on Shadow Lawn. I was hoping if you could possibly share some information with me to my email? I attempted to email the address on the Shadow Lawn website but I haven’t gotten anything back yet. I really want to go the same route you guys are going and have my wedding in a barn. I LOVE everything you have done so far. The save the dates are so cute!

    If you don’t mind, I was wondering what the site fee is for Shadow Lawn? Is planning to have a wedding there ending up being too much work (like do they have bathrooms there?). I am so afraid that I’ve fallen in love with a place our of my price range. I seriously have my whole wedding planned there already and I haven’t even visited it yet!

    Thanks!

  2. Erin writes:

    Amanda,
    I came across your adorable website when I was looking for wedding ideas. I’m in love with your save the dates and was wondering if you could share where you found the supplies?
    I’ve found some teacher supply websites that have “library check out cards” but I would love to know where you found yours.
    Thank you, and congrats!!

  3. Amanda writes:

    Hello,

    Apologizes for the late response. We downloaded the library card template here http://creaturecomforts.typepad.com/my_weblog/files/free_standard_library_cards.pdf and then added the information to it in photoshop and printed them out on card stock at a local print shop. I then purchased the sleeves for the cards on one of those teacher/library supply websites. Hope that helps. Let me know if you have any other questions!

    Amanda

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