Something old is something new again! At The Stationery Studio, we are seeing a trend emerge with vintage wedding party invitations. Gorgeous invites set the tone for all your wedding events from the engagement party to the big day itself. We’ve recently added some new finds that are on trend and I wanted to share a few of my favorites with you!
These Vintage Chandelier Invitations are perfect for an engagement party. They simply sparkle with style!
With a vintage feel, these Rehearsal Ware Invitations are great for the rehearsal dinner. Vintage tabletop invitations are really hot right now!
Our Toulouse Invitations are the perfect marriage of modern and vintage. These wedding invites are sure to impress your guests.
Keeping with the tabletop invite trend, these Classic Placesetting Invitations convey elegance and simplicity. Perfect for rehearsal dinners!
Take a look at all of our Wedding Party Invitations to find the perfect invites for all your wedding events. Get inspired with other wedding ideas on our Pinterest boards, too! And feel free to share pictures of your wedding and wedding invites by emailing me at email@example.com. We love to share your ideas with our fans on Facebook and Instagram!
Someone at work just shared an article with me about the importance of handwriting. I’ve always felt strongly that it is in fact important. I remember being in college and writing down my notes during a lecture. There is science showing that writing your notes down actually helps us to remember the information better than just reading it. A new study is showing that handwriting helps activate a part of our brain for learning.
“What’s Lost as Handwriting Fades,” by New York Times writer Maria Konnikova, talks about the studies associated with these findings. I found the article fascinating and worth reading as messages are being sent more and more through electronic devices. It also reminds me to journal my thoughts and write that thank you card. There is science proving it’s good for my brain!
How do you feel about handwriting? Do you think it’s important?