Posts Tagged ‘invitations & paperie’

October 25th, 2011

Customized Labels from Pinhole Press

Infusing weddings with a couple’s interests, passions, hobbies, and in general, the things they like and who they are is what I do. You might be able to argue it’s my favorite part of what I do. I believe there are all kinds of options and touch-points for achieving this.

For the couple that loves wine or local microbew or even their own home brew, these labels from Pinhole Press are perfect.  I also think they’d be fun on a bottle of homemade bath gel, real maple syrup from the bride or groom’s home in the Northeast, apple cider from a local farm, olive oil from Northern California. There are a ton of options! What would you do with them?

                       

all from Pinhole Press
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December 21st, 2010

New Evergreen Stamps for Your Colorado Wedding Invitation

It probably won’t surprise you, but I am particular about the look of little things. It’s why I’m a Wedding Designer and Planner; you want me to notice the particulars of your wedding.

One of my quirks is that I take special note of what sort of stamp I’m using on mail I’m sending. If I’m really honest, I save the not so pretty stamps for bills and have been reserving the King and Queen stamps for special letters and notes for months now.

Despite the logic behid buying the Forever stamps, I haven’t been able to take the plunge–those single bronze bells just haven’t been inspiring enough for me to purchase bucket loads to save a few pennies.

I was surprisd and, if I’m honest, delighted, the other day when the person helping me at the Post Office pulled out his book of stamp choices and the Forever stamps had changed. They’re now available in evergreens!

I love them and think they’re the perfect thing to complete an invitation to your Colorado wedding, whether it’s being planned for summer or winter or in the Rocky Mountains, Denver or Boulder. Evergreens are such a wonderful representation of our beautiful state. Why shouldn’t they be a part of your Colorado wedding too?

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