Oh, the joys of insomnia!
Here I am. Been up since 05:36am and writing this blog post. Darn insomnia! On the plus side, since I’ve been awake I’ve successfully designed a few wedding invitations. The problem now doing all the other stuff I need to get done today. So I guess might as well just get it over and start!! Wish me luck!!
Many young girls look forward to weddings from the moment they start watching Disney princess movies. In many cases, they picture their weddings as extravagant affairs, complete with Prince Charming, elegant dining, gowns galore for the wedding party and, if they dare to dream big, happy, supportive family members. Then, they get older and they are exposed to the world of celebrity weddings. Now they are dreaming of huge guest lists, imported flowers, famous chefs, million dollar rings and more.
This wide sweeping expectation for extravagant weddings is on the top of every bride’s list. It is also completely unrealistic. Even celebrity weddings Continue reading “Are Celebrity Weddings Giving People Unrealistic Expectations of What a Wedding Should Be?”
The History of Wedding Invitations – Announcing the Big Day through the Ages
Just about everyone can relate to this.
You’re going through the mail, stacking the bills on one side and the junk mail on the other side when all of the sudden you come across your name delicately scrawled in perfect handwriting across a soft pink or blue envelope.
Thinking that it could be a letter from your Great Aunt May, and hoping desperately that this isn’t just a ploy by a collection company to make you feel bright and cheery before dropping a lawsuit in your lap, you open the envelope very carefully. Continue reading “History of Wedding Invitations”