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Five Ways to Personalize Your Wedding Stationery

Even the most beautiful of wedding invitations and save the date cards can be further personalized to impress your wedding guests. Little extra touches like envelope liners and calligraphy can go a long way to make your wedding stationery stand out amongst the rest....(more)

Save the Date Cards: Tips and Etiquette

There are so many details that go into planning a wedding that it can be difficult to remember what to do, when and how to do it. Distributing the save the date cards are one of the more important tasks that an engaged couple will take on together once they have set their wedding date. Designed to notify all guests of their upcoming wedding, the save the date cards are a great first step to a successful wedding event....(more)

Samples of Unique Wording For the Wedding RSVP Cards

A wedding is a time to celebrate you. You can tailor the experience to your own unique preferences, right down to the wording on the invitations and response cards. Not everything has to be straight-laced and traditional. You can get as creative you want with how you choose to inform potential guests of your upcoming nuptials. For inspiration, look to some of these websites for creative examples of wedding RSVP wording samples....(more)

The Do's and Don'ts of Wedding Invitation Etiquette

There are so many rules of etiquette associated with wedding invitations, that it can easily become overwhelming. You don't want to break any rules or offend anyone with a simple wedding invitation, but you have no idea where to start. It can seem daunting, but there are some basic do's and don'ts that you should keep in mind when planning and distributing your wedding invitations....(more)

Food and Drink

5 Ways to Save on your Wedding Bar Tab

With the cost of the venue, the flowers, the dress, the cake, and the catering, your dream wedding can easily become a much larger investment than you ever imagined. However, there are several ways you can tame your wedding budget without sacrificing what matters most to you. When it comes to managing your catering costs, consider limiting your beverage bar in one or more of the following ways....(more)

Tips for Throwing a Dessert and Champagne Wedding Reception

In the past, wedding receptions weren't the full dinner extravaganzas that they are today. The wedding party, relatives, and guests merely gathered in the church hall after the ceremony to enjoy cake and beverages. While this could be looked upon as being cheap these days, the reception can be a rather elegant event. Many things can be done to make guests think the family spent a large amount of money when they really didn't....(more)

Making a Romantic Home-Cooked Dinner

Being in love is an exciting time in your life. It seems as if the world is so full of possibilities. Before and after you get married, it is important to keep your romantic chemistry alive. One way to do that is to create a romantic home-cooked dinner. Keeping reading to learn more about how to make the perfect home cooked dinner for the special someone in your life....(more)

Wedding Attire

Bridal Beauty Do's and Don'ts

There's no more important day for a woman than her wedding day, and it's very important that she look her absolute best. While hiring hair and makeup professionals can make a world of a difference, there are also a few things that you can do prior to your wedding day to ensure that you feel spectacular walking down the aisle....(more)

Something Blue Ideas for a Wedding

A long-held wedding tradition for the bride involves the incorporation of the following things within her attire: something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Each is symbolic of the changes and milestones that occur during a marriage. The "old" thing represents the bride's past, while the "new" thing represents the future and her new life. Something "borrowed" is supposed to represent all of the help provided by the bride's friends. These tend to be relatively easy to find, while the "something blue" is a bit of a mystery. Symbolizing loyalty, good luck, fidelity, and love, the color blue can actually be added to a bride's ensemble in several creative ways. Read on for 10 unique ideas....(more)

Summer Wedding Attire for Guests

Wedding attire tends to be dressier than everyday clothing. However, when the weather gets warmer, it can be difficult to balance comfort with dress code. Since many weddings take place over the summer, many people face this challenge. Here are a few do's and don'ts for summer wedding attire....(more)

Sarah is the founder, designer and voice behind the wedding blog, A Paper Proposal | Inspired Weddings. Through her blog, Sarah provides daily wedding inspiration, helpful advice, tips and guidance for planning brides everywhere. Specifically, Sarah enjoys showing brides how they may incorporate new ideas and trends into their wedding... Read More

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