Thursday
Aug302012

from paris, with love

Who is not in love with blush pink, black and silver with a touch of Paris! I love all the feminine details that go into a French inspired wedding.  It is so sophisticated, delicate and most of all romantic.  I love the soft florals, elegant blush dresses and the subtle French inspired details.  Rebekah, I have an invitation coming for you and your French inspired 2013 wedding!

Tuesday
Aug282012

wedding table cards

Escort cards are used to inform your guests of their assigned table where place cards are to let your guests know of their assigned seat at that table. Unless you are not concerned with assigned seating, you can allow your guest to take their card with their assigned table number, and allow them to seat themselves.  There are so many unique and creative ways to display your escort or table cards. Here are a few ideas to inspire your wedding reception! Love the retro cassettes!

Tuesday
Aug282012

aloha! hawaiian wedding

I love the vibrant colours of an island wedding! This theme creates a fun and relaxing environment for guests to partake in the festivities of the island!  Our save the date card complements the theme complete with sunset and palm leaves.  I especially love the custom labels on the beer bottles!

Monday
Aug272012

Elegant Nautical Wedding

These colours and the decor are classic and elegant for any event taking place near a marina, on a boat or near any coast. The navy and white are crisp and clean and the pops of red add that extra detail and richness.  Our save the date card is perfect to announce a destination wedding that will be celebrated nautical style!

Friday
Aug242012

Lavender Lace Save the Date

IT'S NEVER TOO EARLY TO START PLANNING YOUR WEDDING STATIONERY! FOR A LIMTED TIME, RECEIVE COMPLIMENTARY SAVE THE DATE CARDS WITH YOUR STUDIO TWENTY FOUR INVITATION ORDER.

Save the Dates are a helpful heads-up for guests in our increasingly busy and tightly scheduled world. A big question often asked by couples is “When do I send out Save The Dates for my wedding?”. Typically, they go out at six to eight months before the wedding. While they are not always necessary, the common Save the Date etiquette is to send out Save the Dates especially for destination weddings or three-day weekends, or if you’re marrying during high travel times. If you already have an aesthetic direction for your wedding it’s nice to introduce it in this first communication piece but don’t feel too much pressure to make it happen.