Stationery + Paper Goods

Reusing Your Wedding Stationery

I’m going to risk the fact that I may be the only bride this is happened to. FH and I sent out save-the-dates over the summer and ended up making a rookie mistake. We are inviting 100 guests (most of which are couples). When ordering our save-the-dates, we ordered 100 from Vistaprint.

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Personalized Wedding Details from Zazzle

Have you ever heard of Zazzle.com? They can literally personalize anything you could imagine… and what makes a wedding more personal than personalized wedding details? Amiright? Must be the Southern gal in me- I like my monograms, what can I say!? Anywho, Zazzle has a whole wedding section of their site that is full of ideas, inspiration

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Green Invites

My hands are cramped, my neck hurts (because naturally, I have to turn it a little sideways to write addresses straight), and I’m reminded of how horrible my handwriting is. This means– INVITATIONS ARE FINALLY HERE! WOO!!! Bridesmaid Whitney designed some fabulous green invites for us, and they’re finally back from the

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SAVE-THE-DATE!

Our save-the-date cards finally out went! I decided to go with postcards to save the inconvenience of envelopes, and save some money on postage (only 29 cents). One important thing to keep in mind is the size of the postcard. If it’s too large, you’ll end up paying additional postage. The USPS website

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Creating a Cohesive Theme

I knew that I wanted my wedding to have a cohesive theme. Maybe I am a crazy person, but I HATE when you get the invitation to a wedding and go only to find that the program is a completely different font and style. Or worse yet, an invitation and reply card that don’t

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Getting the Word Out

Back in October of 2010, after we’d already been engaged for 6 months, we decided we should finally pick a date for this epic hurrah we were planning. I was quite surprised at how tricky this part was. Between working around family member vacations, the time of year we’d hoped for and my

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