Jul 22, 2017



Hey everyone. I got a question for you but before I get into it, it's some things you need to know. Ok, so my FH and I are having a Glam Rock themed wedding. Kind of like Hollywood Glamour meets Punk Rock. We initially decided that the stationary would reflect the theme of Glam Rock. The Save-the-Date would be a Backstage VIP Pass, and the Invitation would be a (mashup concept) of a Concert Poster and Movie Poster. You know like concert film movies (This is It, Never Say Never, etc.). The RSVP would be Event Ticket style and the wedding Program would be Magazine style. UPDATE Hey Brides, Thanks for the suggestions and help, I really appreciate it. After thinking everything over with FH and reading your suggestions we have decided to go with: Save-the-Dates: Backstage VIP Passes Invitations: Mini Concert Posters RSVPs: Event Tickets Programs/Thank Yous: CD Booklets w/ Thank You Video on CD Guestbook: Magazine Table Numbers: CD Display Frame Seating Chart: Platinum Album Award Escort Cards: Mini CDs (so really escort discs!!) The Mini CD in the photo is a mockup of the actual escort disc we plan to have with one of our monograms heart w/ crossbones! What do you guys think, you like? After looking at our ideas written out, we realized the last two are kinda the same well perform the same purpose. So brides help me once again choose which one you guys think I should use. The Platinum Album Seating Chart or Mini CD Escort card discs
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@nenyibabs The difference is that the Platinum Album seating chart would be a big display with the table names (which were naming after our favorite artists/bands that we've dedicated songs to each other throughout our years together) and the guest seated at that table listed underneath. The escort discs are placed on the table at each place setting notifying the guest which seat they're assigned to. Or should I use both the Platinum Album seating chart and Mini CD escort discs together to assign both table and seats for my guest????

Wow. Great concept. But about the options: Maybe I'm not seeing them clearly,but I dont seem to see a difference between the two..