Revised designs went back and forth a few times but the end result was a hit. Immediately, printing, cutting, and assembling the 250 pieces began. It was a bumpy ride as my printer would hiccup between printing pieces, frustrating me to the point of grabbing my hair and yanking so as not to gather the printer in my arms, stomping to the back door and heaving it into the yard. I later found out my printer isn't fond of mass printing high resolution.
Finally, all 250 mint covers were assembled. I proudly handed them over to Carmen then watched the day of the wedding come and go, and when pictures of it appeared in the Lawrence Journal World, I wondered about the guests' responses to my design.