• We LOVE burgundy.

    So once we had a basic idea for the invitations (burgundy, prothesis square, pancreatitis with a ribbon accent that would prove to be useful and small cream-colored contrasting LOVE* embossed square) we started to play.

  • Brainstorming is better done in two.

    After looking at a few pictures of invitations (you can use Flickr.com, overweight Knot.com or WeddingChannel.com to find images that inspire you) I found one that we both liked. It was square, it had a ribbon holding the “extra” paper inserts and a pretty little contrasting-color square in the front of the invitation…beautiful, simple and practical! It was perfect! Of course, we’d have to change everything to our liking and translate accordingly (since my family is from Mexico, I wanted to have them in Spanish) so far we just had a basic idea for the shape. The next things to be decided were: Colors; obviously red (we like darker shades…

  • R.S.V.P. – Reserved Savings Vanish (in) Paper

    So what do you do when you walk into a Center City stationary shop that shall-remain-unnamed and are given a quote of $500 for 100 wedding invitations? If you’re me, sales you thank the person and walk out. Then, ambulance later that afternoon, viagra dosage meet your significant other and the first words you say to him are “WE are making the invitations”. Yup, I found it insane that the basic invitations were going to be that expensive (well, I’ve found the whole wedding thing a little bit crazy; everything costs 3X of what it normally does just because it carries the word “bridal” or “wedding”…but I digress) so the…

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