Monthly Archives: December 2007

Wedding Invitations: Try Tea Length Wedding Invitations

Looking for a unique shape for your wedding invitations? Send simple single layer invitations in traditional tea length for unexpected elegance. Ideal for invitations without an excess of information to convey, tea length wedding invitations match the sort of classy affair where tea length dresses are required – i.e. the slightly below the knee length
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Trend Report: Bookmark Your Wedding Date

Sure, you can send out save the dates to everyone you know months in advance, but how do you make sure to keep the date on everyone’s mind? The answer is simple (and fashionable and eco-friendly, too) – bookmark wedding invitations or save the dates. Perfect for the literary wedding party, bookmark save the dates
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Wedding Invitations: Wedding Invitations For A Castle Wedding

How exactly do you plan a castle wedding? This is not a question that’s plagued too many brides, but perhaps you’re one of the lucky ones. Maybe your wedding budget has room in it for a ballroom that once hosted royal dances, maybe you’re lucky enough that your third cousin the deposed marquis is feeling
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Wedding Invitations: Go Glam with Crystal-Studded Wedding Invitations

When you’re looking for flash, ribbons and laces and flowers aren’t always going to do it, so bring out the big guns with the stick-on crystals of your choice. Start out with simple wedding invitations like the Square Panel Wedding Invitations, hit the craft store for a sack of petite stick-on or glue-on crystals of
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Wedding Colors: Keep It Beige With The Best Neutral Wedding Invitations

When bright white’s simply too much, ease off the snowy shades in favor of something silkier, sandier, and subtler than traditional bridal white. Pearly shades like champagne, taupe, tan, beige, ivory, and cream bring elegance to your wedding invitations for a soothing look that speaks of restraint and sophistication. Elegance isn’t impossible if you’re going
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