Monthly Archives: July 2010

Planning: Vintage Wedding Ideas – Part 1

Color Is there such a thing as vintage colors? Not really, choosing what era you would like to run with would help you choose your popular color of the times. For the 1920’s through 1940’s soft pastel pinks, taupes, bronzes and creams make an outstanding color palette. We all know that the combination of aqua’s
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Uncategorized: Quick Tips for Assembling Wedding Invitations

We often receive questions from brides seeking the proper etiquette guidelines for stuffing wedding invitations. And in fact, there is a certain “protocol” for assembling your invites and placing them in the envelopes. While we always include a fully assembled sample in every order to serve as a visual reference, here are a few tips
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Reception: Wedding Contract with Entertainment

It’s important to keep a clear contract between yourself and your hired entertainment. You’ll want to make sure every little thing is covered. You definitely do not want to see any surprise additions to your bill. When negotiating your contract you will want to include all key points so that if there happen to be
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Stationery: Wedding Thank Yous – Part 1

Getting started: Sending out your thank you notes is an important part of the wedding process. Once you make your way home from the honeymoon there is no doubt you want to see what is inside all of those boxes. Mailing out your thank you notes is the next step after tearing into those presents.
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Planning: July Weddings

Per legend, July was renamed for Julius Caesar who was born in the month of July. Prior to the renaming it was called Quintilis and was the fifth month in the ancient Roman calendar. July is considered the hottest month here in the northern hemisphere. It is also the second month of summer. The daylight
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