I am a huge stationery fan. It all began when my father purchased personalized stationery for me when I was about 7 or 8 years old. I even worked a part-time job at a very high-end British stationery and small leather goods boutique as an adult. Oh and guess what else? I dabble in calligraphy (another hobby I owe to my father). So much so that one of my girlfriends paid me to address her wedding invitations. Add to all of this that I’m a bridal blogger and let’s just say that the pressure to have “THE BOMB” invitation suite was a bit daunting. Okay, it was very daunting. [Read more...]
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...]
How many times have you received an invitation in the mail and wondered why it looked so boring? And how many times have you decided to plan an event but the available invitations fell short of your expectations? You’re probably avoiding sending Facebook invites by keeping it old school and adding a personal touch. When it comes to getting married, most brides are searching for a personal touch when inviting loved ones to the “big” day.
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!