Posts from — September 2013
1. Butterfly Prop / 2. Butterflies in Hair / 3. Stationery / 4. Boutonnieres / 5. Table Numbers / 6. Garden Path & Tree Altar / 7. Table Centerpiece / 8. Butterfly Bundt Wedding Cake / 9. Paper Butterflies On Wall / 10. Butterfly Dessert Stand
Going off from our Inspirational Photo on Monday, here is a cute diy project for butterfly rice tosser packaging! I like the mix of kraft on textured papers. I would even go as far as watercoloring some paper butterflies! Enjoy!
These would be a beautiful prop for cards or wedding favors!
Your ultimate guide to how to address your guests on your invitation envelopes!
Traditionally, there are inner envelopes and outer envelopes. The outer envelope is mainly for mailing purposes addressing it to the main guest. The inner envelope is for the host to clear out who they are inviting. This is also a good, polite way to tell the guests that you are either inviting or not inviting children and plus ones. Outer envelopes are more formal, including the first name, title, and the last name, and the inner envelopes are generally less formal. Please note that if you do not include the children or plus one in the inner envelope, you’re implying that they are not invited.
Hope this guideline helps for you to properly address your wedding guests!
(All “Ms.” listed below can be interchanged with “Miss”.)
Tags:Tips & Advice
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This beautiful and elegant diy project allows you to consolidate the name cards and table numbers into one cute noise maker for each guest. Find the tutorial here.
I’m so excited to announce that we’re doing a free giveaway for this gorgeous Swarovski Elements bracelet! Swarvoski has launched a new Wedding Directory where you can find all sorts of great wedding inspirations. Shows you connections to products and vendors that uses Swarovski Elements, so that you can trust their quality in crystals. You can learn more by going to their Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.
Enter to win this Swarovski Elements Atomic Bracelet now!
Entries will be accepted through September 27th 12:00am. Open to US residents only. Once the winner is notified via email, the winner will have 48 hours to respond. Otherwise a new winner will be chosen! Good luck!
Oh not only are we giving this bracelet away… Swarovski has more to give!