All choked up

October 26, 2011. Category: Invitations
 So it’s been forever since I’ve blogged…blame it on writer’s block or a busy wedding season, but I’m back with a fun idea!  Lots of our brides have been looking for a unique Save the Date lately.  And Lucky Luxe has something really new or maybe I should say antique.  Check out their screen printed hankies.  You can have them made for save the dates or invites complete with an envelope for mailing.  What a great way to set your wedding apart while setting the tone for a vintage wedding.  Love!

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Doable DIY

May 24, 2011. Category: inspiration, Invitations
We are on a constant hunt for new details ideas that won’t blow our bride’s budget.  Your Wedding Chicks have adorable free (and low cost) templates for everything from Save the Dates to monograms and signs.  We used the image above for one our recent couples.  It’s the perfect way to customize your welcome bag, favor, ceremony program or any other printed item.  Check them out -the possibilities are endless!
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Glad Tie-dings

November 07, 2010. Category: Invitations




I’ve made no secret of my obsession for all things Cheree Berry. Lucky for you new brides, she has once again created a stunning and fun line of holiday cards. If you are itching to show off your favorite wedding pic of you and the mister, you must check the new assortment. I can’t wait to get mine in the mail. You do have my address, right?

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You’ve got mail

August 31, 2010. Category: bridal party gifts, Invitations


It’s true, I don’t believe in Evites. I just love paper too much…that was until I saw these super chic email invites. They are also available in real printed versions if you can’t imagine not putting your invitations in the snail mail. Before your next fete make sure check out Iomoi. Here’s a little hint if you come to my next party, they also have fabulous hostess gifts

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Put it down on paper

February 01, 2010. Category: Invitations


We had the immense pleasure of spend two whole days with Cheree Berrydoing stationary meetings with our brides. I thought I knew a ton about stationary etiquette, but even I learned a few things.

Did you know:

-If you are having a ceremony in a non-religious space, your invite must say “Mr. and Mrs. Smith request the pleasure of your company” instead of “The honor of your presence”

-The inner and outer envelope was originally used because the postman would keep the out envelope and leave you only the inner envelope.

In our office, we follow the rules in the Crane’s Blue Book online or you can rely on Cheree’s expertise- contact her to design your invite.
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