Tag Archives: bouquets

New Design: Felicity

The Felicity Wedding Invitation is the newest addition to our collection of floral wedding invitations and features a sweet, playful hand-drawn floral border that can be customized to suit any season! Ferns, blossoms and buds make this design a lovely choice for events adorned with simple botanicals. Choose matte or shimmer paper, modern or classic fonts
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New Design: Mason Jar

Who isn’t charmed by mason jars? They make for great centerpieces and add a sweet touch to  wedding invitations as well! The Mason Jar Wedding Invitation is a trendy choice for a laid-back, nature-inspired celebration. Choose the perfect inks for the jar and darling flowers and make this invitation uniquely you! The Design Team is
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Lindsey + Kevin: Karaoke at the Chateau

Near the end of her junior year at Radford University, Lindsey and her roommate, Brittany, decided to go down the street to Macado’s for karaoke night. It began as a simple outing; they had no idea how the stars had aligned! When Lindsey went to the DJ’s station to request a song, the usual DJ
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Color: Wild Berry

Though we’re thoroughly enjoying the warm days of summer, we look forward to fall fashion and breezy nights.  Jewel tones are a fall favorite and we’re already seeing the shift in wedding stationery orders: garnet, majestic, and berry shimmer papers are popular choices for pocket wedding invitations.  These wild berry hues create a rich and
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Style: Sophisticated Coastal

Coastal weddings are inherently beautiful with even the simplest decor — with sea and sky as a backdrop, you don’t really need much more!  Today we’ve put an elegant spin on the relaxed beach style and introduced pops of black and white against the soft horizon.  This sophisticated coastal wedding style includes clean lines and
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Wedding Flowers: Springtime Lilacs

Ahhh… nothing smells like Springtime to me like the mesmerizing floral scents of the lovely lilac.  I grew up in Ohio, so lilac trees were a common sight (not so much here in Raleigh, NC).  My mother had several in her yard, and the heralding of Spring brought heaps of lilac flowers into the house.  To
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Wedding Flowers: Green Trick Dianthus

Green flowers are always popular and until just recently, choices were limited to mums, hydrangeas, and (gasp!) the dyed carnation.  But there’s a new kid on the block, and its name is Green Trick Dianthus.  This cheery and head-turning flower is a cousin of the carnation but doesn’t need any dye to gain its eye-catching
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Wedding Flowers: “Love”-ly Flowers

In honor of Valentine’s Day tomorrow, I’d like to highlight some flowers that pay tribute to love.  Blue love-in-a-mist is a stunningly beautiful flower, and the white version fits in perfectly in a bridal bouquet (top pictures).  Sweet peas are not only beautiful, but they smell wonderful, too (middle pictures). Kiss me over the garden
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Amy + Will: Old World Elegance

Friendship is a precious part of every committed relationship, so why not make it the cornerstone? In August 2004 on the University of Pittsburgh’s campus, Will, the captain of the Pitt drumline, and Amy, the newest member of the majorette team, Golden Girls, crossed paths for the first time. The two were instantly friends; they just “clicked.”
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Lenten Rose: A Winter-Flowering Beauty

Lenten rose, Helleborus x hybridus,  is not actually a rose at all, but a cousin of the buttercup.  Hellebores bloom in winter, usually anywhere between January and March.  It can be hard to find unique flowers for a wedding this time of year but these little guys love the cold weather.  And although I may
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