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Ceremonies & Celebrations Invitation Collection

Our new “Ceremonies & Celebrations” wedding invitation album offers a wide selection; including letter press, single card, layered, pocket fold and jacket style invitations.  The new album gives you the option to choose an invitation as it is shown or effortlessly create a custom one-of-a-kind invitation you can call your own using a selection of exquisite papers, inks and foils! There are several options for customizing these new wedding invitations without increasing the price, affordable, custom printed wedding invitations are our specialty.  The images below are just a sampling of what we have to offer, stop in today to see our full selection.  Our customer service specialists are waiting to help you create the invitation of your dreams.

Jacket style customizable wedding invitation

Diecut customizable wedding invitations with choice of hotstamped design

Custom wedding invitation with choice of design pattern and color

Custom blue and yellow wedding invitation

Wedding invitation with thermography printing

Floral design wedding invitation with custom color choice

Customizable wedding invitation with hot stamped design

Pocket style wedding inviation and accessories, custom paper choice

Custom layered wedding invitation available in choice of colors

Custom layered wedding invitation

Custom hot stamped wedding invitation

Custom diecut wedding invitation with hot stamp

Custom layered wedding invitation

Custom layered wedding invitation

Bridal Shows

Here we are in 2011! congratulations to all you newly engaged couples!! Looking forward to meeting you at this years Bridal Shows!!

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

The tablescapes were gorgeous. The atmosphere was exciting.  The shows were brilliant.   What more can I say?  It was a definite must be there show!  View some of the fun…

Bridal Expo 2011 set up

Bridal Expo 2011 set up

Bridal Expo 2011 set up

Bridal Expo 2011 set up

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

the beauty of it all…

Bridal Expo 2011

Bridal Expo 2011

Bridal Expo 2011

Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

Buffalo Bridal Expo 2011

 

Brides World 2011

Wow! What a Fabulous turn out yesterday! Thank you to all the Brides & Grooms who stopped by our booth! Absolutely ecstatic energy at the show! What a great feeling to see Brides fighting their way into your booth. Lines waiting to have the opportunity to peek!

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

 

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

Brides World 2011 Table Top Design

Brides World 2011

Brides World 2011

Brides World 2011

Brides World 2011

Brides World 2011

Brides World 2011

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Bridal Show Photo Gallery from 2010

Bridal Expo 2010

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Something Old, Something New

“Something old, Something new,

Something borrowed, Something blue….and a Sixpence in her shoe”

Something old –  Although, many believe and follow tradition as just having something old on their wedding day, the tradition was originated with the belief that an old garter would be loaned to the bride by a happily married woman in the hopes that her happiness in marriage would be passed on.

Something new –  symbolizes the newly weds happy and prosperous future.

Something borrowed – the borrowed item signifies the transfer of happiness from a happily married woman to a new bride. The item is greatly valued by the family and the bride must return the item to ensure good luck.

Something blue – a blue item symbolizes purity and fidelity.  This custom of the bride wearing something blue originated in ancient Israel where the bride wore a blue ribbon in her hair.

Silver sixpence – the placing of a silver sixpence in the bride’s shoe was to ensure wealth in the couples married life. More modern tradition allows that the bride may substitute the sixpence with a penny.

(A Victorian Tradition)