I’m guessing you’ve never been married before so this is all new you to, no worries, that’s why you hired a professional. I’ve also included a list of ways to handle a no kids wedding because these are becoming more and more common.
Selena and Christian were not expecting, nor hoping, for snow on their wedding day! But, we live in Nebraska and well, it snows here in April, and sometimes a freak time in May. So the second to last day of March is not off limits and Mother Nature decided to put on a beautiful show the day before their wedding. Join me as we walk through their wedding day including the stationery pieces I designed for them!
I’m here to help … as much as I can with the mailing of your wedding stationery. I mean, I don’t work for the USPS and to be honest, sometimes they all give different answers so your guess is sometimes as good as mine when it comes to questions with mailing things. But I’m here to guide you as best as I can.
Save the dates are the first glimpse into your wedding style. You may not incorporate a lot of it, but fonts, colors, and the type of photo (if you choose this route) or design can set the tone months in advance. A magnet can have a casual, relaxed feel, but can also feel formal with the right photo or design. A nice thick paper says you mean business and don’t want guests forgetting about your wedding.
My last blog post ended by telling you how perfect our wedding colors ended up being and I told you to hold all judgment until this blog post. Read on below to learn more about how we incorporated our bright, bold colors into our stationery, decor, and more!