Monthly Archives: June 2013

Wedding Colors: Glow, Coral, and Navy

Happy summer!!!  Today we’re sharing our new glow shimmer paper (this photo doesn’t really do it justice, but trust me that’s it’s sooo very pretty!) and we’ve paired it with a favorite color combo, coral and navy.  This preppy trio is fresh for summer weddings and will even transition well into fall.  Picture these colors
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Wedding Invitations: Open Up to Folio Wedding Invitations

Nothing quite stands up to the class and prettiness of folio wedding invitations. Ideal for invitations containing two or more enclosure cards, folio wedding invitations allow room for reception cards, maps or directions, and more. If you have a multi-part invitation, or you just want your wedding invitations to have a different look, check out
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New: Woodgrain SD + Stationery

We’ve got some more woodgrain goodness for you! The Woodgrain Save the Date is a primo primer for your big day; get your guests ready for your casual, rustic wedding!  Carry this pretty pattern throughout your reception with the Woodgrain Program, Woodgrain Menu, Woodgrain Table Card and Woodgrain Place Card. The Design Team is busy
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Wedding Invitation 101: Who Gets an Invite?

Deciding who gets a wedding invitation is one of the first hurdles to face in wedding planning, and it’s a formidable one. Ultimately, it’s not what flowers you choose or what dress you wear that makes the biggest difference on your wedding day – it’s the people you surround yourself with who make your day
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Reception: Wedding Favor Basics

Wedding favors are a terrific way to tell your guests thank you for sharing in your special day. By giving your guests favors, you will give them all a reminder of your special day and how much you appreciated having them there. While there is nothing wrong with giving out the same stand by of
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Real Stationery Photos: Wedding Invites with a Flirty Font

An effortless script font announces your big day on this casually elegant wedding invitation.  The simplicity of this design lends itself well to any affair!  Use color to convey the feel of your wedding… mint and umber inks make a great pairing for a seaside event! Because colors can vary among computer monitors, we suggest
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Wedding Invitations: Wedding Invitation Traditions

Have you ever wondered how some wedding traditions came to be? There are many traditions that we just take for granted have always been there, even for something as simple as wedding invitations. Read on to learn the sometimes surprising origins of wedding invitation traditions. The postal service wasn’t always what it is today! Because
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New Design: Woodgrain

With its fun, free-spirited elements, the Woodgrain Wedding Invitation is a lovely choice for casual, outdoor or woodland-themed events! The featured pattern is riddled with subtly heart-shaped knots! Change the paper and ink colors to suit your perfect day. The Design Team is busy dreaming up beautiful invitations to bring you new designs every Friday.
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Wedding Invitations: How Should You Get Your Wedding Invitations Printed?

So you’ve found the wedding invitations of your dreams, but your journey is not quite over yet! Now you need to decide how you’re getting your wedding invitations printed. The terms you’ll come up against might seem confusing at first, so here’s a quick run-down of common methods of printing wedding invitations. Engraving: Often spoken
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