Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Thank you cards

Wondering how many thank you cards you will need? You will need to send one to everyone who gives you a gift, I recommend purchasing the same quantity as your invitations. You should send your thank you cards within two months of the wedding. Do not try to write them all at once. Keep a list of your guest list from your invitations and as the gifts arrive make notes about who gave you what. Then after the honeymooon get started on the thank you cards when you can. The most important part is make it personal! Specify the gift they gave you rather than just generalizing. For example, "Thank you for the crystal candlesticks, they are lovely on our dining table."

There are many styles you can choose from. They can match your invitations, be a postcard with a picture of you and your new husband from the wedding, or simple thank you cards from the store. Don't forget all stationary is 30% off this month! Contact me for details.

Wednesday, March 11, 2009


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Tuesday, March 10, 2009


Some facts and tips about your wedding invitations:

When to order - Three to four months in advance

How many to order - Always order extras for last minute additions

When to send - Six to eight weeks before wedding date with RSVP date two weeks before wedding

How much to spend - Around two percent of your overall wedding budget

Stamps - Use to custom create a USPS approved stamp for your invitations, showing off your wedding motif or engagement photo. *Have your stuffed invite weighed at the post office before buying postage.

Remember you save 30% on invitations from Wedding Expectations this month!

Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Green invitations

Looking for ways to have a "green" wedding? Start with recycled invitations from the Naturally Ever After album. These invitations are made of papers that are at least 30% post consumer fibers. There are save the dates and seal and sends, napkins and thank you notes. Also a large collection of season and destination invitations. Take advantage of 30% off invitations this month!!

Rebecca and Noah

Rebecca and Noah's wedding was last weekend at the Kimball Art Center in Park City. The colors were seafoam green and wedgewood blue. Flowers were hydrangeas and bamboo. It was my first Jewish wedding and it was beautiful. Everyone had alot of fun and danced the night away. Here are a few pics, compliments of Ravenberg Photography (featured vendor of the month on my website)...