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Wedding Inspiration: Tickled Pink

2 Oct

This week’s wedding inspiration is all about pink!  If you just love the color pink and can’t get enough of it, why not make it the theme at your wedding?  It’s perfect for a Valentine’s Day themed or Spring wedding.



Wedding Inspiration:  Think Pink

Cupid Address Labels, Deep Blush Eyelet Die-Cut Frame Invitations, Personalized Pink Trim Cosmetic Bag, Formal Pink Bride Stainless Steel Flask, Vertical Ribbon Napkins, Romantic Script Celebrate Wax Lined Cake Bags, Raspberry Love and Thanks Note Cards, XOXO in Pink Throw Pillow Cover, Pink Roses Wine Labels.


Other image sources:

Bride and Bridesmaids: http://fabyoubliss.com/2014/10/14/pink-and-gold-virginia-wedding/

Chairs: http://www.modwedding.com/2013/07/19/a-perfect-pink-ombre-wedding/

Flower Girl: http://www.deerpearlflowers.com/60-sweet-flower-girl-dresses/

Tie and Corsage: http://happywedd.com/wedding_theme/blush-pink-wedding-inspiration-100-romantic-ideas.html

Table Setting: http://www.modwedding.com/2014/06/24/simply-chic-wedding-flower-decor-ideas/

Wedding Inspiration: New Year’s Eve Wedding

25 Sep


This week’s wedding inspiration is all about planning a New Year’s Eve wedding!  I’ve heard of people who plan weddings on New Year’s Eve and I think to myself … what a fantastic idea!  What better way to ring in the New Year than with a champagne toast with all your family and friends?  And of course, every New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to celebrate your anniversary.

 New Year’s Eve WeddingMonogrammed Bormioli Champagne Flute Glass Set, Black Chevron Caspari Napkins, Chevron Banner Invitations, Glitter Chevron Photo Save the Date Magnets, Golden Rule Printed Placecards, You Design It Gold Cake Boxes, Modern Chevron Round Address Labels.

Other image sources:

Bride and Bridesmaids: http://www.brit.co/new-years-eve-wedding-idea/?utm_campaign=pinbutton_hover

Ceremony Sign: http://www.weddingchicks.com/2013/12/31/new-years-eve-wedding-inspiration/

Rings: http://www.allthelittledetailsdesigns.blogspot.com/2012/11/behind-scenes-part-2-green-glam-styled.html
Kissing couple: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2013/12/31/new-years-eve-wedding_n_4525337.html

Glitter Photo shoot: http://ruffledblog.com/black-and-gold-new-years-eve-wedding/

Cake Pops: http://www.weddingchicks.com/gold-black-wedding-ideas-new-years-eve/

Table Setting: http://www.praisewedding.com/archives/1479

7 Great Packing Tips

17 Jul


Summer is a popular time for people to move.  The weather is nice, it’s before the new school year starts and it makes it easy to meet new neighbors, too.  However, moving can be an overwhelming and stressful time.  I found a list of 7 great packing tips from move.com to help you get ready!

Packing Tip #1: Don’t procrastinate. This seems simple enough, but getting started can be difficult. A few weeks prior to your move, start packing several boxes a day. Begin with items that are least essential to your daily life. If you pace yourself, you will be more organized and the job won’t be so overwhelming. Make packing easier by not waiting to get started.

Packing Tip #2: Pack room-by-room. Focus on one area of a room at a time and don’t mix items from different rooms in one box. To prevent miniature knickknacks and small items from being lost or mistakenly thrown out with the packing paper, wrap them in brightly-colored tissue paper.

Packing Tip #3: Label clearly. On the top and side of each box, write a general description of the contents and the room name. Use different colored markers for each room, which will provide additional clarity for you and your movers.

Packing Tip #4: Stay clean. Regular newspaper may bleed ink onto your possessions. Use white packing paper to wrap all items.

Packing Tip #5: Use boxes designed for moving. Boxes obtained from grocery or liquor stores are not always clean and might not hold the weight of the items that you will be putting in them. In addition, varying box sizes can make loading more difficult.

Packing Tip #6: Know what you can’t pack. Some common household items can’t be shipped because they are hazardous. Don’t wind up on the wrong side of the law.

Packing Tip #7: Don’t box up everything. You should personally transport heirlooms, important papers, legal documents (wills, passports. etc.), and valuables. Make packing easier by decided what doesn’t need to be packed.

Of course, once you settle in, you need to let everyone know that you’ve moved.  While we can’t help you move (sorry … we have plans that day!), we can help you with moving cards and moving announcements, personalized stampers, labels and more.




7 Packing Tips Source:  Moving.com