Monthly Archives: April 2012

Style: Eco-Chic

In celebration of Earth Day, we’ve put together an eco-chic wedding style this week.  Reused and recycled goods come together with natural fabrics for an organically styled wedding day look that is both Earth-friendly and modern. Style Tip:  Give new life to old items by repurposing them to fit your wedding day decor.  The books
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Ceremony: Where to Hold the Ceremony?

During ancient times, the most sacred place for a wedding was someplace created by nature, like a hilltop or a mountainside where heaven and earth meet.  As people came to believe in one deity, they built houses of worship, and their sacred places came to include those churches, cathedrals, temples and synagogues.  The bride and
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New Design: Lace

Fresh off the Design Desk this week?  Lace!  Inspired by a love for fabric and timeless design, our Lace Wedding Invitation is both fashionable and classic.  Make it your very own by selecting the paper, fonts and inks of your choice.   Simple yet elegant, our Lace place card and Lace table card are both
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Stationery: Writing Thank You Notes

Your wedding invitations are out and the wedding gifts begin to arrive. It’s time to begin the monumental task of writing thank you notes. Do not think you have to wait until after the wedding to get started. You can jump right in, writing and mailing thank you cards as the gifts arrive. If you
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Paeonia.

Hello, there.  My name is Paeonia, but people call me peony for short.  Let me tell you about myself.  I love being the center of attention! My large flowers take up a lot of space in wedding bouquets and centerpieces.  My big beautiful flowers only come around once each year, so hurry up and find
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Wedding Trends: Colorful Heels All Around

There are fads that pass through “weddingland” like a freight train (likely for the better) and then there are trends that stick around and visit for awhile.  Brightly hued shoes adorning a bride’s feet isn’t a new idea, but rather it’s kind of become the norm! Since Kimberly and I shared some shoe inspiration a
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