Monthly Archives: September 2011

Reception: Place Card Basics – Place Card Etiquette

When you’re entertaining, whether it be a wedding or a simple dinner party, the perfect finishing touch to any table is a place card.  They add a little style to the table décor while keeping things organized at the same time.  They can be as personalized or as generic as you’d like.  Over the next
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How To: Layer an Invitation

Layering your invitations will not only make them feel more substantial, but will add a crisp border around the edges.  One of our most popular invitations, the Grace, features a base layer and also a very pretty bow (we’ll get to that part next time). First of all, you’ll probably need to take over the
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Wedding Trends: Strike a Pose and Say “Cheese!”

It’s not the newest trend on the block, but it has quickly become one of the coolest… a wedding photo booth! The very first photo booth premiered at the World Fair of 1889 in Paris.  Many versions were experimented with up until 1925, when the modern concept of having a self-sufficient model was debuted in
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Style: Southern Charm

The charm that southern style exudes is kind of one of those things that you just feel; it’s not a specific look and it won’t necessarily be found in a pitcher of sweet tea, but when the right elements come together, you know. For me, southern charm is the smell of Grandma’s cooking; it’s being
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Party Ideas: Halloween Party 2011 – Fun and Unique Invitations

Halloween parties are some of the most fun of the year.  Finding creative ways to wow guests with the invitations and get them excited about the party is a big part of the fun.   Do It Yourself Halloween Party Invitation Ideas Easy Pumpkin/Jack O’ Lantern Invitations– Making great pumpkin invitations is as easy as cutting
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Inspiration: Choosing a Wedding Style – The Vintage Wedding

Vintage weddings are a great way to incorporate a couples favorite old fashioned details into a modern wedding. The Wedding Invitations and Stationery – Wedding invitations featuring damask patterns are a favorite for couples looking for a vintage look.  A layer of translucent vellum like with sheer initial wedding invitations can also add a vintage
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