Monday, March 9, 2009

#574: toying around with the flap.


so.

at first, i thought to print a quote. maybe the pooh one. or maybe just a simple "love is cool".

and then, i thought to create a website and print our webpage address. (btw, thanks for all of your suggestions. this idea is still live and i'm going to mess around with the sites you mentioned. a lot of talented webpage builders out there. very. cool.)

but out of fear of totally failing (and i'm sure it also has something to do with being met with reluctance from the fiance after dropping hints of could he build said website), i'm thinking of other things i could possibly print on the outer flap of our invitation. just in cases.

*haiku
fiance and i are BIG into haikus. and we always try to outdo each other. as in, i'm funnier, no I'M FUNNIER. anyways.

*the food options
"prime rib, prime rib, or prime rib?" just kidding. there's chicken too. so maybe something like: "prime rib or chicken or vegetarian?". hm...that's kind of boring. ok, so i'd step it up a notch with the wit (i'm dry right now) but offer the food options since they're nowhere else on the invitations. what was i thinking? nothing, apparently.

what say you. which should go on the flappity flap. and just one thing? or a combo? or none?

11 comments:

mismikado said...

I think you could actually print the three lines of the haiku... leave a few lines, then print the food options, and add the website at the bottom as the place the can go to make their food selection...

Anonymous said...

Just in cases...ooh, my favorite part of the movie - tell me that wasn't just a typo.

Ten Thousand Only said...

not a typo. nope. :)

enjoyerofthejourney.com said...

i love the idea of homemade haiku!!

jenifriend

holly p said...

i vote for the haiku! and possibly the wedding website at the bottom

Skeeta said...

one the on the flap- simple is empowering.

Skeeta said...

oops- one "thing"

vanessa said...

I say a quote, poem, or haiku, and then the website addy at the bottom. Since you're planning on doing a website thus far, some of the site builders have food and rsvp options you can put on your page, so you dont need it on the invite.

DinaBear said...

or create a haiku about the food options...? kill two birds with one stone.

Leika said...

I vote for the haiku -- we went to a wedding where they had people write them instead of signing a guest book. It was actually really neat -- even the people who didn't really think of themselves as "creative" got excited once they realized how easy it was.

Jeremiah K - The Perfect Pear l.l.c. said...

Lovely wedding invitations... are they?! :)
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