Ribbon and brooches give plain invitations a bespoke look.
Take a piece of ribbon and make a loop at the central point.
Glue in place. Flatten the loop so that it lines up with the ribbon
on either side, push down the centre and glue in place to create a
double loop. Attach a brooch at the centre point. Position over the
invitation and RSVP card, then bend the lengths around each side of
the cards. Glue at the back to hold the band of ribbon in
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Invitation, £2.50 (includes reply card and envelopes),
Twenty-Seven.co.uk. Ribbon, £5 for 10m, Jane Means. Brooches, £3,
Acorn & Will
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