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  • March19th

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    We have been asked this question on a daily basis, sometimes 4 times in a row! Working out how to word your invitations can be quite tricky. You don’t want to offend anyone by leaving people out, but you also want to make sure every one is covered. Depending on the tone of your wedding, the way you word it, also needs to fit accordingly.

    The most traditional way to word your invitations would be to include both sets of parents;

    Mr and Mrs Sam Smith

    invite you to the wedding of their daughter

    Julie Ann


    Erik Joesph

    Son of Mr and Mrs Barry Jones

    This reads as the Brides parents are paying for the wedding. Also it is always Brides, parents and the Bride that goes first. If both sets of parents are contributing, you can word it like this:

    Mr and Mrs Sam Smith

    Together with 

    Mr and Mrs Barry Jones

    Invite you to join them at the marriage of their children

    Julie Ann


    Erik Joesph

    If you are getting married in a place of worship you should include

    Request the honour of your presence

    If you still want to be formal but are getting married else where you can put

    Request the pleasure of your company

    If we are sticking with the traditional wording, numbers and dates need to spelled out:

    Thursday August eleventh

    Two thousand fourteen

    one o’clock in the afternoon

    If the time is past 5:00 it then becomes ‘evening’.

    Here at the store, we are ready and available to help you with wording issues and make sure your invitation is exactly how you want it to read. Tricky family situations are also not an issue. We can help you with any wording issues! If you are in doubt, come down and see us, or drop us an email. We will be happy to help you out!

  • January31st

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    Well we are all exhausted!! We had so much fun last weekend at The Wedding Fair and met so many brides to be! We had a brand new booth with a brand new ‘What’s your colour’ station! We had so much positive feedback from it! Brides came and told us their wedding colours, and we had a handy swatch card to put them all together. Event those brides who didn’t quite know what colours they were thinking, we helped them experiment and come up with a pallet that they loved!

    We saw a lot of purples coming up, as it is the Pantone colour of the year, and surprisingly a lot of glitter adding to the colours. Sparkly silver, sparkly gold, and were all about that!

    There were a couple collaborations we were involved in at the show. We had the opportunity to create some great stationery for Lynn Fletcher Weddings,  Julianne Young weddings, and We Connect weddings, for their booths and Fusion Bollowood and We Connect’s inspiration tables. We were also honoured to have been a part of the front entrance table which was created by Lynn Fletcher Weddings, which was the perfect sight to see as you enter the show!

    If you did happen to visit us at our booth, don’t forget to book an appointment to come and talk to us about you invitation options!

    The Wedding Fair 2014

  • December18th

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    On the 7th day of Christmas, my true love gave to me snow!!!

    Seeing as it is super snowy outside and we love winter brides, this sample that our designer created seems fitting to be out invitation featured today.









    Printed on a Cork cardstock with white, brown and tan ink, gives it a wintery earthy feel with out using the traditional blues and silvers. One layer invites are becoming more popular, compared to the pocket styles that were all the rage a few years ago.







    We love winter weddings, bot fro the cold but for the amazing photos you can have and you can give your guests hot chocolate!! Enjoy!