Well Said – Invitation Wording Anatomy Series – Who's paying?
It may seem like an abrupt question but really the first one you need to ask when creating your invitation wording. If you are planning a sizable affair your wedding day is about more than simply the groom and yourself. Most likely there will be a number of parties contributing financially and emotionally. The wedding […]
Well Said – Invitation Wording Anatomy Series – Introduction
Nearly every day I receive inquiries regarding invitation wording. Now we all know that a simple google search under “invitation wording etiquette” will produce a bevy of options to craft your invitation prose. I have found however the standard invitation wording lists do not pay much attention to invitation wording style, tone and personal […]
Well Said – A few words from Gordon…
Several weeks ago I received a lovely email from Monika in Sweden. She spoke of her plans for a September wedding at a countryside Inn and a day filled with thoughtful details for her guests. After working through the first design round of her Vintage Stamped Tree invitation, her partner Gordon sent me a beautiful […]
Well Said – Lennon and McCartney
Ashley chose a lovely quote by Lennon and McCartney to embellish her fringe invitations. This was quite the intricate design featuring bold artwork and unexpected details. The quote tag adorned with a grosgrain ribbon wrap just adds to the edgy personality of this creation. “Limitless undying love which shines around me like a million suns. […]
Well Said – The Notebook
I had an hour long chat with Amber late last week. She chose the Vintage Stamped Tree invitation after seeing our photo in The Knot, but had quite a different take on the concept…second to her savvy color palette and whimsical sensibilities is her inspiration for the invitation. The quote from the notebook is long […]
Well Said – Como é grande o meu amor por você
Several bride’s have asked – what does the quote on Aline’s invitation mean? The answer – thanks to Google translator: “How great my love for you” Simple and to the point… If you follow me on Twitter you may know that the answer to most questions is just 140 characters away! Here are some translations […]
Well Said – This is the start of something good.
My brides are the most creative, I must say. Therese chose this quote from a favorite song and it speaks volumes in a quiet, simple way. Combined with my Lacy Tree and winding path artwork her chosen words give her invitation suite a sense of place…I can just imagine this couple taking a leisurely stroll […]
Well Said – A letter to keep forever.
One of my favorite pieces to create is the personal thank you letter, as I like to call them. These letters are typically given by the bride or groom to members of the wedding party, close family or each other. At Momental we like to create elaborate pieces meant to be treasured for a lifetime. […]
Well Said – Rumi, An unusual quote
I just love this quote Jessica chose to compliment her invitation suite. In her words “I wanted to avoid the standard choices in wedding quotes, I wanted something subtle, romantic”. A great resource for finding quotations is www.thinkexist.com. You can search by subject, keyword, author and more.
Well Said – Braveheart
Love this quote – such a beautiful sentiment….This design for Melissa is such a joy in shades of fuchsia, taupe and pale pink. The Willow Pocket from Envelopments is adorned with a petite seal.
Well Said – Thoughtful Ceremony Program Pages
I am a big fan of ceremony programs! I can’t think of a better way to include your guests and help them connect in a personal way to the ceremony. Often brides create very simple programs or exclude them totally for fear they will end up in the trash. I completely understand this fear but […]
Well Said – Walt Whitman
I love this poem, so simple and sweet. Perfect if you are looking for something a bit out of the ordinary. I give you my hand…I give you my love…I give you myself… Will you give me yourself? Will you come travel with me? Shall we stick by each other as long as we live? […]