Aren't they just beautiful!.....
Saturday, August 13, 2011
Programs For Jennise and David
Aren't they just beautiful!.....
Monday, July 25, 2011
Wedding Envelope Addressing
- Choosing the right invitations is a big deal. You want your wedding invitation to be the first glimpse into your wedding style. Set your guests up to know what they will expect at your wedding. But the first look doesn't just start at the style of your invite it also starts right on the front of the envelope! Addressing your invitations correctly is just as important. Most brides today don't know how to address envelopes, I'm guessing its because we grew up in a society that uses the telephone or computer more than snail mailing our friends.
Here is a few tips on how to address those envelopes with proper wedding etiquette:
- Always put the persons full name on the envelope. It is important to find out the
guests first name before sending out your envelopes. Don't know? Ask your family and friends to help you retrieve this info! Never use nicknames unless you are having a casual backyard wedding.
- Address married couples with a Mr. and Mrs. followed by the husbands first and last name. Ex: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Smith
- Address unmarried guests with the proper tittles such as "Mr", Ms" and "Miss"
Never put "and Guest" on the outer envelope. You can place that on the inner envelope. Not having an inner envelope, then politely ask your guests whom they will be bringing and place their name on the outside envelope.
- Children over the age of 16 should receive their own invitation.
- When addressing to an unmarried couple place the names on top of each other in alphabetical order according to the last name. Ex :
Mr. James Bond
Miss Sarah Smith
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Tracy and Frank wanted to bring in the element of Valentines day since it was just 2 days before the lucky holiday. She definitely accomplished that feeling with her gorgeous red roses! Her flowers and centerpieces were both done by Tye the Knot with Flowers. Look at those unique centerpieces!!!
Wednesday, March 9, 2011
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Monday, December 6, 2010
First impression means everything. From the moment your guests open the envelope you want them to think "This is going to be a great wedding"! Lets face it, our society judges appearances first and they know if they like something within the first six seconds. Everything you do in the year that leads up to or after your wedding will be a reflection of your wedding day. Let your guests open their holiday card and be amazed by how everything matches and fits your overall look!
I have found some great holiday photo card designs on Shutterfly. They offer a variety of styles that would fit any wedding theme. Just look for the cards that mimic the design of your wedding. I have picked a few of my favorite cards to show some examples of different cards you can use to fit your wedding look!
The Damask Wedding:
Try this Holiday Card from Shutterfly....
Winter Wonderland Wedding:
My Holiday Card this year will be showing off my new addition, my daughter. This may be the card, its simple and clean and the main focus is the picture of my family...
Here are a few links to pick your Holiday Cards
Christmas photo cards: http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery/christmas-photo-cards
Holiday cards: http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery/holiday-cards
You can also use Shutterfly to make your Thank you cards!
Thank you cards: http://www.shutterfly.com/cards-stationery/thank-you-cards
Which card are you going to pick?
Saturday, December 4, 2010
Monday, July 19, 2010
The two lucky winners are:
Sarah, May 29th 2011
Shannon, October 8th, 2011
Congratulations ladies! Emails have been sent out to the winners. Please contact us if you do not receive them!