Best Invitations 2010!
Great Extra Special Savings!!!
I know everyone is looking for extra bargains, especially brides. I define a bargain as something of great value that is received at a great price and great service.
Our Birchcraft invitation gallery is offering FREE Return Address Printing
on wedding invitation envelopes. This is in addition to our wonderful 15% discount on all online wedding invitation orders. Wow!!! 15% discount and absolutely no charge (FREE) Invitation Envelope Return Address. How many ways can we say GREAT DEAL??
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Some cute ideas to consider:
Beach junk + Citrus + Blue Hyacinth (atop a mirrored base)
A little sand, some driftwood, pieces of fishing net surround a clear container holding fresh hyacinth and limes – how beachy-easy is that? Dress up the table with the elegant solid chrome shell bottle stopper in a coordinating personality box, or keep it eco-friendly and casual with bamboo placecard holders or Natual Bamboo Coasters!
Conch – From Fritters to Fabulous Centerpiece!
It makes good soup, too – but did you ever think about conch as a centerpiece? Stuff with damp oasis, insert flowers and voila! Beach-perfection! Accent each place setting with a polished shell place card holder – put some engagement photos of the two of you around in the shell frames, and send your guests home with Beach Memories in these clever little photo albums!
Simple gold fish in a simply lovely crystal bowl, the glass pebbles at the bottom reflecting the colors of your beautiful day. Accent with tea light candles flickering in lovely light house-themed holders, and mark each place with the delightful silver-toned miniature sailboat place card holders. The favor to remember? Kissing fish, of course!
Color is often the first thing a bride will think about when deciding on the theme for her wedding day.
Each year Pantone Color provides the color trends for each season. For the 2010 spring/summer you will find an array of beautful colors that are deliciously vibrant and inviting… just how you want your invitations to look! Take a peekbelow at how we have used these latest hues with our hot new designs for the 2010 season ahead.
10. Incredible Edibles!
“Edibles” is the best way I can think of to categorize cookies and candy and wine (but that might be drinkables?). Brides love to give their guests a little “edible love” as a wedding day thank you.
While I don’t have any specific cookie or wine suggestions, I can tell you that our Mint To Be’s are a huge hit at receptions!
Seriously! Not a bar of Irish Spring at every place – but cute ones (like ours 🙂 Your guests will love them! Soaps
Check out the new invitation designs I’ve been working on for 2010. Colors and lettering styles can be changed so that the invitations will coordinate with your wedding colors. Email me today to schedule your complimentary custom invitation consultation. See all the fabulous colors, styles and pocket invitations and create your dream wedding invitation today! firstname.lastname@example.org
Autumn colors are uniquely beautiful, so be sure to incorporate them into your save the date cards and invitations to give guests a sneak peek at your wedding style and the tone of the event. Opt for rich, soft colors like below Designed In Mocha invitation…
…or go bold with colors like spice and mocha paper shown on ourSelf Mailer — Wrap it up. All those invitation ensemble pieces, gathered together. Uniquely. Attractively. Conveniently (which may be the most important of all).
Don’t forget the matching items that will make your wedding a stand-out, like printedmenu cards, place cards and table number cards.
…finish the night off with a beautiful fall wedding favor. I love theFall Leaf Tea Light and Place Card Holder. The leaves are aflame with the lively colors of fall, a cozy fire warms your hands and your heart, and giddy guests depart with a dazzling memento of your autumn event. The exquisitely crafted, metal maple leaf displays every hue in Mother Nature’s autumn palette, and when lit by the tea-light, it glows with the brilliance of the season.