The second RSVP was in response to a monochrome invitation so I went with a Smoky Slate and Basic Grey combination. I thought Black would have been a little too dark for me and it does not make me think weddings so I kept to the greyscales.
Now the greatest Wedding stamp I have in my collection is here as the background, it is the Wedding Words jumbo stampin' wheel. Just two rolls over a piece of whisper white and I had the basics for my card.
Tip: Use your grid paper to line the card up straight and guide a steel ruler or something with a thick enough straight edge to guide your wheel straight as you roll and stamp with it. The grid paper also helps you line up another roll line if you want a continual background as I have done.
Tip: I inked individual letters with a marker pen and then with the stamp upside down on the craft desk I pressed the cardstock onto the letter to stamp it.
How simple was it to then punch the letters as mini banners with my Banner Punch - it's free with a £45 spend right now!
If you haven't stamped with a stamp wheel previously, hopefully you feel inspired to give it a go now! It really is simple once you have got a straight edge to run against and they are great for background stamping across a page or card front. The Wedding Words looks gorgeous in Silver or Gold emboss.