Congratulations! Prince charming rode in on his gallant steed and summoned you to be his Mrs., What ever shall you? Hollywood sure does a good job of making it all look so easy, we all want that perfect wedding dress, truth is, not every dress is perfect for you. It is important to remember when choosing that beautiful gown, be selective and do not settle. Just as you knew he was the one, you will know when to say yes to the dress. So, Before you decide to set out on a full day of shopping, you may just want to have a few of your favorite styles in mind.
For more of 2017’s hottest wedding gowns, check out our Pinterest board!
2017 Bridal Gown Trends Say Yes To The Dress! was last modified: March 20th, 2017 by Ajalon
Ahhhh, Spring is in the air! The flowers are blooming, the sun is shining, it’s the perfect time for an Indian wedding. Let us help you choose the perfect Indian wedding invitation. We suggest bold, vibrant colors and fun floral prints, they can really enhance your spring time theme. Not sure what your theme will be? no problem, here are a few of our Springtime picks!
Every beautiful bride wants to look perfect on their wedding day. Often times we are so busy trying to decide on invitation designs, the perfect location, and wedding dress style, that we tend to forget another very important detail…shoes. If you are struggling with ideas on how to dress your tootsies for that long awaited walk down the isle, don’t fret, we have found some of today’s hottest trends for you.
Interested in checking out more wedding day footwear? Visit our Pinterest board for more inspiration!
Say “I Do” To The Shoe! Trendy Footwear For Today’s Bride was last modified: March 3rd, 2017 by Ajalon
Accessorizing your wedding invitations can be fun and creative. Belly bands are a very popular way to add style and elegance to any invitation set. With so many options to choose from, Letterpress, Digital, Foil, and Ribbon, you can customize your belly band to coordinate with any wedding motif.
Are you planning an Indian wedding and searching for the perfect invitation? Torn between foil or letterpress? Maybe you like the idea of incorporating both. Whether you desire bold and flashy, or subtle yet classy, our rich, vibrant color schemes and beautifully detailed Indian art patterns have character, style and creativity. Who says you can’t have it all!
The holidays are such a lovely time of year–and many boyfriends make it lovelier by getting down on one knee!
Here are four of the sweetest ways that we’ve heard to ask your sweetheart if she’ll be yours forever. Hopeful grooms-to-be, take note! There is nothing more special than to remember together each year, for the rest of your lives, the charming way that you asked for her hand.
Make it a beverage she’ll never forget: and include a keepsake that she can enjoy forever! There is nothing like finishing your morning coffee with a wedding proposal to start the day off right.
Careful, though–a friend of mine who proposed to his wife this way says that “her drinking that cocoa was the longest wait of my life!”
Spell it Out
Image: Liz Thoma
This one can be trickier to pull off–but is well worth it! Might be a good one if you want to propose in front of her parents or friends. Set up the game and arrange for her to leave the room, and when she returns, it will be to a board with just these words on it!
With Holiday Lights
Image: Robin Nuber
Were you proposed to at the holidays? What did your sweetie do?
Marry Me: Four of the Sweetest Ways to Pop the Question During the Holidays was last modified: December 21st, 2016 by Ajalon
Halloween is here and offbeat couples are letting their ghoulish sides shine with amazingly over-the-top weddings. But don’t let the idea of a Halloween wedding fool you, you don’t have to decorate your reception space like a haunted house to let your love of the holiday shine through.
To prove my point, I’ve gathered a few of my favorite spook-inspired wedding ideas that will pay homage to this shriek-worth holiday, while still hosting an elegant affair.
I love the romantic feel of this black, red and gold tablescape. The headstone table number is a fun nod to the holiday.
Looking for a cute way to incorporate the holiday into your wedding day attire? This bride chose to wear skeleton leggings under her dress, which made for a super-cute photo op!
Click here to see more of our Braque design!
These black-tipped, red roses to die for! Well, maybe not literally, But they are absolutely perfect for your Halloween wedding.
Who doesn’t love a candy apple? These red, candy-coated crab apples will satisfy your guests sweet tooth, while also adding to your wedding’s eerie theme.
Looking to add a touch of black to your look? These lacy, peep-toe booties would be the perfect addition to your wedding day wardrobe.
Click here to see more of our Chantilly design!
Looking for a ghoulish refreshment to serve your guests? These blackberry cocktails are sure to be a big hit!
The groom should be able to have a little fun with his wedding attire too! What better way them by surprising him with some skull cuff links?
Looking for even more Halloween wedding inspiration? Check out our Pinterest board! Planning your own eerie event for next year? Let us help you create a perfectly creepy invitation to get your guests talking. Contact us today for a free quote!
Tis’ the Season for a Halloween Wedding was last modified: October 31st, 2016 by Ajalon
Once your venue is booked and your invitations are ordered, it’s time to start focusing on the smaller details for your wedding. Wedding day stationery is often overlooked, yet these letterpress and digital beauties can make a huge impact and add a personal touch to your reception and ceremony space. That’s why we are extending our popular 10% off wedding day special! Spice things up by choosing a different design for your wedding day pieces from our invitation gallery or match your table numbers, place cards and favor tags to your original invitation set.
Here are a few items you should be sure to include!
Have you and your other half opted for food stations during your cocktail hour or a buffet for your reception? Creating these custom cards is a smart and beautiful way of showing your guests what’s on the menu! While large digital signs are ideal for your guests to read while they stand in line, letterpress menus add that extra touch of elegance to your table settings.
This digitally printed menu sign adds a touch of tradition in our mandala inspired Neha motif.
Have you spent hours creating the perfect seating chart? Ensure your guests get to their assigned table with beautifully printed escort cards. Not only do they give you another opportunity to incorporate your invitation design, they make your guests feel special with that added personal touch.
Lalita, one of our more unique and traditional feeling designs is even more stunning when printed in two-colors.
Are you hosting a multicultural wedding or a traditional Indian wedding with a culturally diverse guest list? Offering your guests a personalized program is a great way to let your guests know what to expect during the ceremony and reception.
This mehendi-style paisley motif called Sindhu, is both traditional and romantic. For couple looking to add a little extra sparkle to their programs, gold metallic paper is always a winner!
You’ve already impressed your guests with your stunning invitation suite and personal touches throughout your wedding day, now it’s time for your much-anticipated thank you cards. This is one last chance to impress your guest with your elegant wedding style and like all of your paper pieces, they can be 100% customized!
Hema, one of our most popular paisley-inspired Indian designs, is always a crowed pleaser.
Are you and your fiancee planning on offering your wedding guests a signature drink at your wedding reception? You may want to consider printing personalized signs so your guests know what’s on the menu! This is a great opportunity to share your favorite concoction and put a personal stamp on the evening.
This digitally printed version of our Devi design looks even more eye catching when displayed on this elegant black metal easel.