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Stationery Wisdom

There is something really special about a beautiful book in which to record thoughts and heartfelt wishes to the bride and groom on the wedding day. After all, as a guest, this is your chance to write something really beautiful that you might not otherwise be able to say, because the moment never presents itself, or

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Many of our clients come to use with the dilemma of how to achieve the perfect look for their wedding stationery and styling details. Here are some pointers on how to choose wedding stationery:Create a mood boardThis is the ideal place to start. Go wild! From the moment he gets down on bended knee look

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 If you haven’t yet discovered the town of Daylesford in Victoria you’re in for a treat when you visit the region. Wood Duck Press is one business to be situated here, surrounded by the natural beauty of the landscape which is such a source of inspiration for Samantha, the owner of this bespoke letterpress printing

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 Image by Merge Photography via Kate and Anthony’s Quirky Garden WeddingWhen I write a blog post I quite often get writers block. What to write and how to phrase it, being the most common issues. This is no different to what many of you are facing when writing your invitations. I have done lots of research

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Addressing your invitations can sometimes feel like a bit of a minefield. We don’t write many letters these days, so we have lost most of our knowledge of etiquette and usual practice. While there isn’t really a ‘wrong way’ to address an invitation, there are a few areas that are worth some thought, for example,

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I place a lot of importance on the wedding stationery. It’s the first impression you give your guests and in my mind sets the tone of the event.I’ve taken some time to chat with one of the loveliest stationers around, Jackie Ryder from With Love Stationery & Design. Based in Brisbane, QLD Jackie has a

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Saint Gertrude Vintage Stamps – Photo by Luke Lornie  Every day I meet engaged couples overwhelmed by the unknowns of the wedding invitation process. The best way I have found to demystify the experience is to liken wedding invitation design to wedding dress design. After all, we understand (sometimes a little too well) how fashion

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Working in the wedding industry, the one thing I hear time and time again that makes me cringe are the words “I don’t want to spend a lot of money on my invitations because they are just a thing that people will throw away”. If I had ten cents for every time I heard this

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Bud & Bee Invitations from Peppermint PressYour wedding invitations are one of the most important elements of the wedding as without one, of course, no one would know when and where you’re getting married! Every bride thinks about what they will look like but forget to think about the time frame and what is involved

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I’m not sure I remember weddings without Cristina Re‘s beautiful paper products. They seemed to be popping up everywhere and I’ve often referred to the brand myself when I go through making card stages! Cristina’s business has grown into one of Australia’s most loved paper brands and now, along with a beautiful boutique, complete with

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Bicycle Built for Two invitation from Alannah RoseOrdering your wedding stationery doesn’t have to be a difficult or stressful process. As long as you follow a few simple guidelines, your stationery should arrive 3-6 weeks after you order it, and you’ll be well on your way to posting your beautiful invitations out to your guests.Here

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Tip #1Find the right design:Firstly, determine what you want your invitation to convey – do you want it to reflect your venue or the overall style of your wedding? The story of how you met and fell in love? Your background or shared interests? Once you know the concept behind the design, then think about

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Who doesn’t like receiving beautiful invitations in their mail? After a long day at work, something unique lying in your mailbox can actually spice up the rest of your evening and make you smile. Wouldn’t every bride want to have an impact like that on friends and family? Lace, Satin, Calligraphy, Buckles indeed define an

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As the owner and chief designer at le bonbon, I am constantly being asked for advice on how wedding invitations should be worded. In the old days, tradition and formal wording was much more important but these days what your invitations say should really be a reflection of you, your event and the joy of

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Our Display – Image by Pretty Paper CoRunning a business where my shopfront is online, I love any opportunity of being involved in events to showcase our work, and have the chance to meet all the wonderful brides and grooms in person. However, I find that quite often Wedding Expos can be so overwhelming. They

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