Sleeping with the Enemy: Stress-Induced Insomnia and How to Beat It

Life presents all kinds of adventures, some exciting, some daunting, and a whole lot of them stressful. Stress doesn’t always manifest out of negativity. Some of our happiest moments and achievements are stressful.

You’re getting married. Let’s repeat that again: you’re getting married. What could be more joyous, thrilling, mind-boggling, and overwhelming than that?! Oh and let’s not forget stressful. You’ve got a lot on your plate. You have a lot of decisions to make and you have to make them now. You and your beau are tying the knot and it’s going to be in front of people. You’re worried about what you’re going to serve at the reception, who’s going to be in the wedding party, whether or not you need to drop some weight, what kind of invitations you’re going to use for the wedding stationery (don’t worry, we’ve got you covered on that front!).

What you need is a good night’s rest. You need 120 good nights’ rest, perhaps even 1,000. Want to manage your stress levels, improve your critical thinking and decision making skills, boost your skin health, even lose weight? Consistent and high-quality sleep will do all this for you without a doubt.

Sleeping with the Enemy: Stress Induced Insomnia and How to Beat It Photo

Stress gets in the way and can run you down. Sometimes it seems impossible to fall into a dream state and while away a few hours in the early AM. This is the last thing you need before your wedding. Here are a few helpful tips to help you establish a healthy and reliable snoozing pattern for the weeks and months leading up to your very special day.

  1. Exercise. Exercising at moderate levels at least 4 times a week will set you up for more success with your sleeping habits. Keep your exercise regimen to the morning or early afternoon, though. Otherwise the endorphins released will wake you up temporarily.
  2. Plan on a consistent sleep schedule. Studies have shown that the average adult needs 7-9 hours of sleep every night. Not feeling sleepy? Get in bed every night at the same time anyway. You will train your mind and body to start preparing for bed, and you’ll start getting up in the morning at the same time too!
  3. Use lavender as an aromatherapy scent. Lavender has been proven to combat stress and depression and is a fantastic sleep aid. Burn lavender oil or place a few drops of scented water on your pillowcase before bed.
  4. Turn off the lights. And the laptop. And the TV. And the phone. It’s not just the lamps in the bedroom and the glowing lights from your computer monitor that are keeping you up. The glow from your phone and laptop screens is ruining your melatonin production and hindering your sleep process. Check your emails tomorrow. And that show on Netflix? It will still be queued up for the weekend. I promise.

Sleeping with the Enemy: Stress Induced Insomnia and How to Beat It Photo

There are a lot of extra tips and tricks out there for you to enact in your daily and weekly life that will get you ready for your wonderful wedding. You can’t help being stressed, we understand, but there are ways to banish the bad vibes at bedtime for a healthier lifestyle before (and after) your wedding day.

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So you Got Married in Vegas: How to Word Your Elopement Announcement

People elope for many different reasons. Getting married is special and invigorating and we’re glad that you celebrate it the way you think is best. Whether you want a private ceremony, a stress free wedding with just you and your beau, or you’re just dying to get hitched by Elvis in good old Las Vegas, it’s still nice to send a post-Big Day announcement to your friends and family. Trust me, they love you. They’ll be happy to hear about your exciting and life-changing news.

So you Got Married in Vegas: How to Word Your Elopement Announcement Photo

The question is how do you word your announcement? Yes, it’s true, feelings can be hurt when someone finds out they weren’t invited to the wedding (sorry Grandma), but there are a few different ways to state your new happy status as husband and wife to appease the masses.

1. Go the formal route. Perhaps Mom and Dad didn’t know you two love birds were running off together, but I bet they sure do now. If you all happily agree on some traditional formalities, then word your announcements much like a formal wedding invitation:

Mr. and Mrs. Bride’s Parents names

are proud to announce 

the marriage of their daughter 

Bride’s Name

to

Groom’s name

son of

Mr. and Mrs. Groom’s Parents’ Names

on Date of Wedding

in Location of wedding

2. Casually announce your wedding. You two decided to go off on your own. You don’t need to include your parents in the announcement. It’s about you and your new partner in crime marriage.

We’re very pleased to announce that

we eloped!

Bride’s name

and

Groom’s name

were married in

Wherever you were married

 on the date you were married

(Ex: on Sunday, October 14th, 1846)

And now reside at:

Your address

3. Invite your friends and family to a reception. The people in your life will love to congratulate you and spend time intermingling with the new extended family (if for nothing else, then pure curiosity). Not only will you announce your elopement but you will give everybody something to look forward to-a really awesome party. Not the bells and whistles of a wedding, just the simple satisfaction of being surrounded by the ones you love.

We were married!

Please join us in celebration

on Date of Choice

at Time of Choice

at Location of Choice

Lady’s name and Guy’s name (Last name)

Whichever way you decide to announce the exciting news of your romantic elopement, it will be widely received with open arms and congratulatory greetings.

If you would like to browse our gallery of designs, you may find all of our work here. For any questions or comments, or you would like to discuss wording and composition details, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

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Dragon’s Breath: Our 2014 Design ‘Teng’

An elegant garland of delicate flowers, shy lanterns, and swirling smoke.

Dragons Breath: Our 2014 Design Teng Photo

Teng, our most recent design, is inspired by the iconic images of traditional Asian cultures. Columns like Japanese kanji creep up the sides of these regal invitations or  sneak across the page like a Chinese New Year dragon. The Thai lotus blossoms in this design and the Vietnamese festival lantern tassels hang down among the flowers.

Dragons Breath: Our 2014 Design Teng Photo

Where have we seen these images before? The misty forests of Akira Kurosawa’s Dreams, the peaks of Mount Huashan, the busy streets and fields during the Harvest Festival.

Seal your invitations with a belly band like this dusty lavender wrap and adorn it with the names of the happy couple. With a tangerine ink you are inviting luck and prosperity into your life.

Dragons Breath: Our 2014 Design Teng Photo

Teng is an invitation for spring, summer, or fall. Invite your guests with this design for an intimate wedding or a cultural celebration. Lure your loved ones to a distant destination wedding when you send off this gem.

Dragons Breath: Our 2014 Design Teng Photo

Nothing says romantic like a garden lit up with lanterns or a hall accented by the golds and reds of an Asian-inspired ceremony. Fall deeply in love with Teng and you won’t regret it. The winding vine of exotic figures on this letterpress design will be exactly what you want for your wedding.

Dragons Breath: Our 2014 Design Teng Photo

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For more ideas and inspirations from our letterpress design Teng, visit our Pinterest board here.

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A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah

Candy is the timeless treat that can be enjoyed by all, but forever coveted by kids and teenagers. The dessert that is a treasure, a gift to be unwrapped for you and you alone. There’s something very special about candy. You can’t ignore the wild success of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and that was no mistake. A whole wondrous world was opened up through the simple act of unwrapping a chocolate bar.

Candy is a great theme for a Bat Mitzvah celebration, no matter what the budget may be. Candy comes in every color and shape (and flavor!) and can be selected to fit the personality of the celebrant and her guests.

From self-serve candy buffets to cookie-crowned champagne glasses (full of milk, of course), this sweets theme will delight everybody.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

For a cute and playful save-the-date or invitation card, try our Evelyn letterpress design. The whimsical swirls can be formal or fun to fit your celebration needs. Letterpress ink can come in any color to match your Bat Mitzvah theme, but we do love the green and blue.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

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From start to finish, candy can be found everywhere. Why not even put it on the cake? Not a fan of Skittles? Try a vanilla and licorice cake with sprinkles.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

Allow yourself to be girly on this special day. Surrounded by the pinks and purples of your Bat Mitzvah, you might want to indulge in a beautiful motif for your invitations. This gold and charcoal design crowned with a blossoming rose from our letterpress gallery is called Angela and we just love it. You have endless opportunities to change the colors and fonts for this elegant look.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

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These decorations are so cute! and can be hand made. Pin striping the wall with paint or paper gives the room a sweet feel. The wine glasses filled with goodies is a nice way to offer a serving to the guests.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

Are you a chocolate lover? Go down the s’mores route and serve these marshmallow-and-chocolate treats. These look so delicious, I can hardly stand it.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

You can save the candy colors until after the service and send this classic invitation to the relatives and close family friends. David is a very traditional design for the occasion and honors the tradition of this special day.

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

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If you have a sweet tooth, this is the perfect theme for you. There are so many fun opportunities to show your wild side and celebrate your Bat Mitzvah reception without much of a bellyache (at least with planning).

A Candy Coated Bat Mitzvah Photo

We have plenty more inspirational photos on our Bat Mitzvah Pinterest board, and many more invitation suggestions on our gallery website page.

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Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes

Who doesn’t like a gift now and then? There’s nothing quite like a little present to open and cherish and keep all to yourself.

A wedding favor box is the perfect way to excite your wedding guests and say thank you for taking time out of their busy lives to help celebrate your big day. Favors come in many shapes, sizes, and styles, but no matter how you choose to appreciate your guests, nothing is more ideal than a cute, and often elegant, package to open up.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

Sometimes, the best way to wrap up your favors is with a little bit of extra flourish. The bows are fun to play with and ribbon color choices are endless. Which suits your look, stickers or gift tags?

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

Feel like going the classic route? Serve jordan almonds as wedding favors, which will look cute and colorful as your thank you gift.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

If you’ve got a little collection of gift bags on the table, you can always tuck them into your boxes, or just affix a gift tag onto them with either the names of the guest or the names of the newlyweds.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

If you have a destination or themed wedding, there are favor box colors to match your wedding’s palette and letterpress gift tags to match your style.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

DIY projects are a lot of fun to take on for your wedding favors, and you don’t have to be overwhelmed with the packaging. You can keep it simple and your guests will still be very impressed.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

Take on the modern look for your wedding and combine do-it-yourself looks with specialty items.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

You’ll be surprised by how many colors and designs are available.

Highlight Your Wedding Reception with Specialty Favor Boxes Photo

We have many inspiration boards available for you to view and numerous designs to choose from. Contact us with any comments or questions regarding favor boxes, gift tags, letterpress designs, ink colors, or whatever else you’d like to address.

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Fall 2014-Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue PhotoDazzle your guests with this regal color palette.

It’s called Royal Blue for a reason. You can’t help but feel like a king and queen when surrounded by this engaging color, and the palette it suggests is a rich one. Golds, purples, whites and reds all go magnificently with this year’s Pantone classic.

Royal blue is a celebration in itself, so shower yourself and your guests with paper confetti. It’s a fun party favor that can be used all night and the festiveness of the color scheme will keep spirits high

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

The wedding party looks handsome in grey jackets and chocolate brown leather shoes. The pink boutonnieres are a delicate touch that compliments the deep blues throughout these handsome men’s handsome outfits.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

Start off the countdown to your big day with our Emily letterpress design. The names of the happy couple are in hand-drawn calligraphy and the contrasting font announces the wedding details. It will look great on stark white paper or creamy pearl.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

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This unique decoration in this modern warehouse reception venue is accented nicely by the royal blues. Whimsical looks like these are dressed up well by sophisticated colors, turning a playful appearance into a mature atmosphere.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

Brides look stunning in royal blue and the hues allow plenty of room to experiment with styles. What is your favorite wedding dress cut? It might change once you add a bit of color!

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

A great way to display this color is in the elaborate and elegant letterpress design Sunita from our Indian-inspired design gallery. The lace-like paisley is delicate and plays nicely with the boldness of the blue.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

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Looking for a little British flair? Break out the fine China at your reception banquet to follow your theme.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

Wow your guests with a great spin on a classic dessert. This blue velvet layer cake is shocking and….I bet it’s delicious.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

Asian cultures incorporate royal blue in many of their ceremonies, and this Thai inspired design will suit your needs if you are looking for that particular aesthetic. The Bangkok letterpress design with the trumpeting elephant is very regal.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

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It’s the little things that make the wedding. Truly. Golden dinnerware, red bouquets, and royal blue table clothes tie in all the elements you want for a perfect wedding.

Fall 2014 Pantone Color Report: Royal Blue Photo

Find more royal blue inspiration on our themed Pinterest board.

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Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona

Spain’s city of Modernist architecture and traditional European culture creates the ideal backdrop for your destination wedding. A mix of old and new sets the stage for a grand ceremony and a gathering of friends and family that no one will forget.

Butted up against the Mediterranean Sea’s shore and dotted with the magnificent buildings of artist Antoni Gaudi, there couldn’t be a more exciting location for an intimate wedding. The streets are filled with colors and shapes that surprise and delight, and the energy of this city will keep your heart racing and your spirits up. Even the nighttime is extravagant and romantic.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

 There’s something endlessly thrilling about a destination wedding. People are out of their elements in a new and fascinating way and it can allow you, your fiance, your friends, and loved ones to come together in a new light. Encourage your guests to mark their origins and cities on a map at the reception. It will be a fun was to see just how far away from (or close to!) home you really are.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

Purple is regal, yet playful and couldn’t look better on any other invite than our Baroque letterpress design. The dusty, passionate color is sophisticated in this classic motif. Bolder colors bring out a more stately look and our other dreamy palettes bring out the ornate themes of this special look.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

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Street art is found on every corner and there are vibrant colors sandwiched in between the centuries-old buildings. This is a great look for your wedding photos, and hiking around the city on foot between ceremony and reception might not be a bad idea.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

The historical feel of this Spanish seaside spot allows you to don a a traditional gown and veil and not feel out of place. Modern looks in Barcelona don’t take away from the strong desire to incorporate those age-old looks.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

Classic and contemporary combine in this gorgeous Aubrey design from the Ajalon gallery. The color options are endless and the motif is very mature and yet whimsical. Very appropriate for a Barcelona wedding.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

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The colors in this city are dreamlike. Spain’s beloved town of artists and architecture will wow you on your big day.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

Don’t forget that Spain has amazing desserts. These cakes look delicious.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

The Spanish tile here serves as a table number for guests at the wedding reception. This is a very clever use of the Spanish culture. The roses are a nice touch and the hand painted Spanish dishware looks beautiful on the dark wooden table. Favor boxes are a great gift for the guests and look so cute on the plates.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

The elaborate hand-painted aesthetic can be recreated in this letterpress invitation. Our Isabella design from Ajalon’s gallery has the look of Spanish graphic embellishments and has a very romantic feel to it.

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

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And don’t forget! Barcelona is on the water, so don’t rule out your very own destination beach wedding. It’s a two-for-one deal, so why not buy tickets now?!

Destination Wedding: Unique and Daring Barcelona  Photo

For more breathtaking views, dresses, tapas, and wedding ideas, visit our Pinterest inspiration board!

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Invitation Etiquette: Wording Your Same-Sex Wedding RSVPs

More states are finally legalizing gay marriage and that means there are plenty of wedding rules, regulations, and traditions that are on your horizon. Along with the big celebration ahead of you, there are cake orders to be made, flowers to be selected, and certainly not least of all, invitations to be written.

Invitation Etiquette: Wording Your Same Sex Wedding RSVPs Photo

Wedding invitations can be like puzzle boxes-where do I begin to tackle this? There are a lot of niceties and customs you’ll be addressing with your wedding stationery and it can be overwhelming. But! We’re here to help!

Invitation Etiquette: Wording Your Same Sex Wedding RSVPs Photo

A big question I’ve come across is how to word an invitation addressed to family members who are not supportive of your wedding plans. Perhaps you’re wondering whether or not they should be invited at all.

Almost across the map, this is what I’ve gathered from the etiquette experts: invite them all. The gesture eliminates some of the decision-making stress, and the wording will alleviate any further problems. Here is our suggestion:

“You are invited to join us in support and celebration of the marriage of (You and Your fiance)”

Key word: support. That’s a powerful word that won’t be overlooked. You family will select “Attend” understanding the respect, celebration, and endorsement of your fabulous, exciting, and important wedding day. A “decline” will be a simple way for a relative to respectfully remove themselves from the ceremony.

Need other RSVP/announcement tips and tricks? This is a quick and simple article of ours will be immensely helpful.

Very helpful websites regarding these issues may be found here and here.

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Fall 2014- Pantone Color Report: Sangria

Fall in love with this incredible new color from Pantone.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Color genius Pantone has done it again. Sangria is the new color we’re going crazy over and it won’t be hard to guess why. The deep red wine notes and bubbly club soda colors come out in this new authoritative tone that is perfect for your wedding.

These dress ideas will drive you wild. There are some bold and modern avenues you can take, with a wedding dress of full sangria tones, or you can make a more subtle statement while still donning this pretty Pantone look.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

 Sangria isn’t just a decorating theme. You can run with it throughout your whole big wedding bash. A self-serve bar will do the trick and some house-made sangria can be an easy project to take on that will impress your guests.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Celebrate your style with our zena letterpress design invitations. If you’re excited to wrap your wine-themed wedding in Pantone’s Fall 2014 colors, we offer these invitations in sangria and cypress green, as well as many other colors you might love.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

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Dress the groom up! Sure, a Sangria-colored suit might be a little too much, but you can spice up the groom with hints of va-va-voom. Let me introduce you to the bow tie. It is by far the funnest place to slap color on the men of the wedding.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Another great invitation style you’ll love for this color theme is the south beach letterpress design. This look smacks of art deco, old movies, elegance, vintage Hollywood. This particular aesthetic is dripping in pearls, covered in elbow high gloves, and boasting of chandeliers and ballrooms.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

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This dreamy, romantic, awe inspiring color is perfect- you can dress anything up in sangria. From the floor to the ceilings, this is an exquisite wedding palette.

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Fall 2014  Pantone Color Report: Sangria Photo

Find dresses, bow ties, invitation ideas, and more at our Sangria-a-go-go inspiration board!

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Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose)

Geometric shapes are in. The colors and the look are very potent and the combination of Art Deco and New Age aesthetics is a culture clash that somehow works. Minty greens, deep blacks, and gold gold gold are some of the staples you’ll find in this bold and beautiful look.

You can start planning by decking out the dessert table. Diamond shaped cookies look delicious and a triangle cake will be eye catching. Unusual colors are very flattering for these nontraditional sweets.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

Use an equally uncustomary approach to your wedding with this strikingly beautiful Lakina letterpress design. The foil is eye catching  and elegant and the shape and size of this stationery is unique.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

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Cute little party favors can decorate the tables brightly and delight even the toughest party goers. Favor boxes would look great for the reception and seating areas.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

Our Amanda wedding letterpress design is a great look to go with the geometric aesthetic (say that three times fast!). Your invitation stationery suite will be a charming addition to the theme of your big day.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

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If you feel like really making a statement, go all out with your wedding dress. I promise no one will take their eyes off you.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

Otherwise, for a more toned down look, dress yourself or your bridesmaids in a flattering outfit much like this one. The empire waist and feminine skirt are great looks for the women in the wedding.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

For an understated look, work the patterns subtly into the shapes of the groom’s shoes. Prada will always be an excellent source for inspiration.

Geometrics and How to Look Like a Square (on Purpose) Photo

 Get more ideas from our Pinterest boards! We’ve done all the work, just sit back and click!

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