WASHINGTON — How to create a wedding invitation using 3-D printing?
And how to print one on your own?
That’s what the bride and groom of this bride and the groom of that bride are now doing.
The bride of this groom is using a 3-dimensional printer to print his invitation, which she says is a wedding gift from his wife.
Her fiance is using the same printer to create the invitations for his wedding and the reception.
Both printers are now selling them on Etsy.
The printer that’s used to print the wedding invitations for the groom and bride is called a Makerbot Replicator, and the printer that is used to create them for the bride is Makerbot Inspire.
Both of them have different features.
The wedding invitations were printed by the bride using a MakerBot Replicator 3D printer, while the wedding invites were printed using a printer that was designed by the groom using a design by the wedding photographer.
But it’s all part of the same program, which the bride said was to give her the “greatest wedding gift” possible.
And that’s what she is going to use it for.
“I’m so excited, I’m not even thinking about how I’m going to take care of the bride, and I’m so happy,” the bride told ABC News.
“Because I’m getting this great gift, and it’s going to be for me, and that’s the best gift anyone can get.”
The bride said that she has already received invitations for her wedding from the bride of another bride, but none have arrived yet.
The couple plans to take the wedding photos at their wedding reception, and she said she is “giddy” to see her photos on the wedding invitation.
“I think this is going into my heart, my brain,” she said.
“So I’m just so excited.
It’s really a special feeling.”
The wedding ceremony will take place at the bride’s home, in an old barn.
The groom will be at the wedding reception and the bride will be with her fiancé.
The invitation is for $500.
The Makerbot printer is currently on sale for $2,499.