Monthly Archives: December 2012

New: 3 Little Joey Designs!

The last New Design Friday of 2012 is upon us, and in honor of good ol’ Baby New Year, we’re unveiling three new Little Joey designs: Carnival, Pinstripe and Color Block! In early 2013, we will be launching more Little Joey designs, as well as adding two new collections: Bridal Shower Invitations and Rehearsal Dinner
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Wedding Colors: Fresh Oranges

Orange is an unexpected yet exceptionally stylish choice for all kinds of wedding invitations; from bright tangerine for a festive event, to deep burnt orange for a more formal affair, see if orange suits your “taste!” Since you are brave and bold enough to consider such an unconventional hue, you may be the type who
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The Groom: Engagement Over the Holidays

As if Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukah, Kwanza and New Year’s Eve weren’t enough, wedding engagement season is in full swing with a flurry of holiday marriage proposals, ‘Tis the Season to Get Engaged.  Wannabe husbands bend a knee and pledge their love to their one and only love. Remember, you just need the question and a
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Uncategorized: Handmade Holidays

I LOVE that the handmade market is such a flourishing one.  I am a huge proponent for the Shop Local and Buy Handmade campaigns and there’s no better time than the holidays to show some extra love to those downtown shops and local artisans.  Aside from supporting the community, I just love finding perfectly unique
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Planning: Leave a Lasting Impression

An easy and stylish way to ‘leave your mark’ on every aspect of your wedding is to do so literally! Monograms are a simple, beautiful way to personalize everything from wedding invitations to thank you notes to coasters and napkins! Design your monogram early on, and you’ll be free to incorporate your totally unique “logo”
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Planning: 6-7 Months Before – Your Wedding Planning Timeline

Finalize the Guest List  Reconsider your budget and your ideal guest list number. Discuss any final additions with your family. Make sure you consider how many children and “plus ones” will be invited (if at all). Determine the final number of invitations you will need. Tip: There will likely be discrepancies in opinions, and possibly
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Christine + Isaac: A Seaside Soiree

It may be a cliche, but that doesn’t make it untrue: timing is everything. When Christine and Isaac first met, he was selling cars, and she was in the market for an SUV. A transaction was made, but sparks didn’t fly… yet! Two years later, in 2008, Isaac started doing freelance work for Christine’s employer.
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