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New Design: Autumn

Fall wedding planning is in full swing by now and we’re excited to offer something special to everyone getting hitched in the fairest of seasons! Say hello to the newest addition to our fall wedding invitations, the Autumn Wedding Invitation! It features all sorts of foliage in a layered array of brush strokes, for a lovely,
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New: Oak Tree SD + Stationery

A majestic oak tree is a welcome sight for just about anyone. Delight your guests with Oak Tree Save the Dates to prepare them for the natural beauty of your big day! Complement the outdoorsy elegance of your event with Oak Tree Programs, Oak Tree Menus, Oak Tree Place Cards, Oak Tree Table Cards, and
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New: Birch SD + Stationery

Introduced just last week, our Birch Wedding Invitation is already gaining popularity — and now the suite grows bigger! Snag your guests early with the Birch Save the Date. The Birch Program, Birch Menu, Birch Place Card and Birch Table Card are assets in carrying the natural and/or seasonal charm throughout your big day. Plus,
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New Design: Birch

There’s something enchanting about birch trees… in every season! The Birch Wedding Invitation features playfully layered branches with varying shades of leaves for a lovely pop of color. This design is especially well-suited for anyone wanting to tastefully incorporate several colors on their invitations. Choose your favorite paper, fonts and inks to make it just
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Wedding Flowers: Hello, my name is Xerophyllum

This month, I would like to introduce you to a plant that is deceiving.  Well, at least its common name is.  Xerophyllum tenax, commonly called bear grass, is actually not a grass at all; in fact, it’s part of the lily family.  This is a really neat plant whose leaves are traditionally used by Native
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