Monthly Archives: August 2013

Wedding Announcements: Wedding Stationery Basics – Engagement Announcements

With so many types of wedding stationery available from invitations to reply cards to thank you notes it can be difficult to know what you need for your wedding. Over the next several weeks, our Friday segment will explore wedding stationery basics that many brides have questions about. To get started,  here are some tips on what stationery you
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Cake: Cupcakes or Wedding Cake

Cupcakes are a terrific alternative to the more traditional wedding cake. With individual cupcakes it’s easy to present several flavors for the guests to choose from. Because lets face it, people are picky, and with cupcakes you can offer a wide variety! You can find cupcake liners and wrappers in just about any type of
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Real Stationery Photos: A Playful Poster Wedding Invitation

This casual wedding invitation design is playful with a vintage modern twist.  Have fun announcing your celebration with jovial icons and clean typography.  Guests will be excited for what’s in store when they find this cheery ensemble in their mailbox! Because colors can vary among computer monitors, we suggest requesting a sample and swatches of
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Style: Mid-Century Modern Wedding

Simple lines and cool patterns with cheery pops of color make up this mid-century modern inspired wedding day look.  Iconic Eames-era furniture and vintage table wares top off this creatively mod style. Find more mid-century modern wedding inspiration to style your unique day on Pinterest! Images:  Lovely table setting  |  Whiskey bar (indulgy.com)  |  Cookies 
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Wedding Budgeting Tips: Fun Centerpiece Ideas That Don’t Break the Bank

Traditional floral centerpieces for wedding receptions can be very expensive.  Here are some great ideas to keep the centerpiece budget low so that money can be better spent elsewhere, like on a honeymoon! In keeping with the season- For a December wedding, fill large pretty bowls with ornaments or holly.  A candle surrounded by a
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Miscellaneous: Do It Yourself Cork Coasters and Trivets

This fun and easy project is great for fall parties and gatherings and can be customized for any occasion year round.  Use them for a wine tasting, a football party, birthday parties and whatever else comes to mind. What you will need: wine corks (corks from a craft store or sheets of crafting cork board
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Inspiration: Themed Weddings—Part 2

Medical Match-Up In Part 2 of our themed weddings series, we offer an example of creating a wedding design theme around a particular profession. This can be any profession, of course, from accountants to lawyers to nurses and doctors. In this case we will share ideas for couples in the medical profession, profiling lively common
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