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Pantone Color of 2013: Emerald Green

17 Dec

TitlePantone has announced their color of 2013 and it’s Emerald Green.  We are enchanted with this fresh, luxe color.  We have hand-picked some of our favorite products at The Stationery Studio that incorporate the trend so you can add a little of this color to your life in 2013!

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Click the links below for pricing and more information on any of these fun products:

Green Chevron Notepad

Mixed Topiary Square Lucite Tray

Hunter Border Foldover Note Cards

Elegant Note Cards with Engraved Gilded Frog

Green Chevron Caspari Napkins

Green Chevron Caspari Guest Towels

Palms Melamine Plate

The Broadway Lime Light Border Note Cards Collection

Emerald Lizard Caspari Paper Linen Napkins

Kelly Bamboo Recipe Box and Recipe Cards

Hunter Green Border Jumbo Note Cards

 

For even more Emerald Green inspiration, check out our Pinterest board!

How will you add some Emerald Green in your life in 2013?

XOXO
Jennifer

 

 

 

 

Tips for Summer Weddings

30 May

Wedding Cake Shower Invitations Eat Drink and Be Married Napkins Celebration Photo Favor Tags Interlocking Script Monogram with Text Napkins Wedding Favors Classic Tangerine Return Address Labels

This season’s hot color palette of tangerine and hot pink will make any summer wedding sizzle!  And since 35 percent of weddings are planned for summer months, we thought we’d help inspire your planning with TheStationeryStudio.com’s large selection of personalized wedding products.

Think Pink: Take color up a notch. Bright hues are the hottest trend this year.  Just look at the fashion runways for inspirational color-blocking and incorporate those spectacular brights right into your summer wedding ideas.  If you choose just two coordinating colors (like we did above) and work off of a bridal shower invitation like our Wedding Cake Shower Invitation or a beautiful bright Save-the-Date Card that you like, you can’t go wrong.

Flower Power:  Take your bouquet to the next level – and imagine how the vibrant colors will look against a white dress. Think sweetpeas, tulips, orchids and  roses in magentas, corals, and golds (tied with a hot pink or orange sash).

Accents To Remember: Make sure that your Wedding Napkins add a pop of color to the table and cocktail setting.  Napkins can also serve a double-purpose for a reception. Summer is the perfect time to have some fun and create a laid-back mood for your guests.  You can get creative with napkins, by printing your own vows, sayings – or even with a fun summer drink recipe – which makes a nice wedding favor for guests to take home.

Gratitude with Attitude: Don’t forget to leave Favor Bags at the hotel for your out-of-town guests.  Since most people can get time off in the summer, you might be surprised by how many guests travel to your wedding.   Bags can be filled with water bottles, aspirin, sunscreen, snacks and souvenirs like seashells for a beach wedding or baseball hats with your favorite local sports team.  Ask the hotel desk manager to hand them to your guests as they check in.  Our Celebration Photo Tags will add that personal touch and thank your guests with style.

 

 

Go Fly A Kite! Inspiration for Today

8 Feb

Februay 8th is Kite Flying Day

Theta sorority custom gifts Lavender & Lime Argyle Stripe Tech Skin Classic Argyle Spiral Notebook Blue and Green Argyle Calling Cards Blue Argyle Return Address Labels

Today is Kite Flying Day.  While it isn’t exactly an ideal time to go fly a kite for us here in Chicago, we thought we’d find inspiration in our site.  TheStationeryStudio.com is a place to get creative.  We have personalized photo note cards, which are a great place to feature your kids and kids-at-heart after a fun kite-flying photo shoot.  Our argyle patterns also show up on spiral notebooks, return address labels and more.

Here are a few fun facts on kite flying – which adults and children have enjoyed for thousands of years:

  • Ben Franklin was perhaps the most well known kite flyer. He flew a kite in a thunderstorm and discovered electricity.
  • Kites were first used by the military in ancient China over 3,000 years ago.

So, if your spirits are soaring (and the weather is decent in your part of the country), go fly a kite today!