Way before I thought about a wedding of my own I was a bona fide fan of stationery. My father purchased my first set of personalized note cards when I was about 8 years-old and I even worked a part-time job after college at a fancy smancy British stationery shop. Any opportunity to highlight more invitation suite options for nearlywed couples is a treat. Here’s what stationery resources are currently on my radar: [Read more...]
Howdy! My apologies for being a little MIA but life has me pulled in upteen directions as of late. I’m blessed to be so busy but I cannot continue as I was and have learned to ask for help (thanks Mom!) as I work on improving my time-management (thanks Mr. TK!).
Now you really don’t give a bleep about all that, you’re trying to plan a wedding! And in the midst of one of this country’s biggest financial meltdowns no less. I mean ish was already tight but trust there will be trickle-down from this recent stock market fiasco. Although the bridal industry is recession-proof, nearlyweds will be even more interested in ways to do more with less. So, check out my BlackEnterprise.com piece chock-full of tips to get you the most bang for your bridal buck.
Most would agree the right invitation sets the mood for any memorable affair. And with the popularity of e-vites and the like, I’m increasingly impressed by unique invitations sent (gasp!) snail mail. This is why when I learned of a new, fun addition to the stationery world — Sweet Potato Paper — I couldn’t wait to share with you guys!
Happy December! I know many of you are in the thick of purchasing gifts for the holidays which can especially put a strain on your wallet in the midst of planning a wedding. I got y’all though! Remember this post on the fab invitation suite resource, A La Mode Bride? Well, as of today you will get 10% off any order from A La Mode Bride when you mention BlackBridalBliss.com! This exclusive offer ends on midnight December 31, 2010.
Recently a Triple B reader in Atlanta (a groom-to-be) expressed an interest in receiving more scoop on wedding invitation designs. I was eager to help the brother out, especially because I have adored stationery since I was an itty bitty girl. Plus it warms my heart to witness a man happily involved in the planning of his nuptials. So Arthur in ATL, I hope this makes life for you and the soon-to-be Mrs. a little less stressful.