When it comes to planning a wedding (or any event for that matter) many brides wonder if they should reveal there colors or theme by incorporating them into the invitations. While I can appreciate the element of suprise for your special day, keep in mind that the invitation is a preview of what’s to come. You don’t have to reveal every design detail of your wedding, but your invitation is an attention grabber and sets the tone and scene for the occasion. So don’t be afraid or apprehensive to include elements of your theme and colors in your wedding invites. In some cases, brides have different themes for the various events that take place throughout the engagement period. For example, the engagement party invites may have one theme and the bridesmaids brunch a completely different one, and then the wedding may have a totally different theme. Either way, don’t be afraid to give your guests a taste of what to expect.
“Designer Invitations for Your Fashionable Life”What's in a Name? Papier (pronounced "Pap - Ear") is German for "Paper" and represents my maternal family roots. I approach the creation of my invitations in the same manner that a fashion designer designs a couture dress. Fashion designers produce their work in a fashion house; I'm an invitationeer and my custom creations are designed in the House of Papier. Welcome to my blog, ~Missy
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