Wedding Announcements

American Wedding: Creative Proposals that Made Us Swoon

Creative-Proposals That Made Us Swoon

If there is one story you will tell for the rest of your life, it is your proposal story! Modern men are taking that meaningful moment to a whole new level with creative ideas popping up every day. Beaches, backyards, scoreboards, and scavenger hunts: Nowhere is off limits for a well-planned proposal. And, since so
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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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Wedding Announcements: Everything but the “Wedding” Invitations

A huge trend in weddings this year is the “non-wedding” wedding invitation. There are many reasons to send announcements and other wedding-related correspondence, even if you aren’t inviting friends and family to an actual wedding event. Here are just a few fun ideas: Engagement Announcements Engagement Announcements can be as informal as a phone call
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Just Eloped: Wedding Announcements After the Fact

Whether you skipped out on the big ceremony for reasons of your own or you just had a destination wedding not everyone could make it to, you still probably want to share your good news with the rest of your friends and family. While you can always certainly call them up and let them know,
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Before Your Wedding Invitations: Announcing the Engagement

In the heady days after you’ve first gotten engaged, when you’re calling everyone you know and fielding questions about potential dates and locations and when the wedding invitations will arrive, describing the story of how he proposed over and over again, you’ll undoubtedly have a lot going on in your mind. You’re probably busy, too,
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