Everyone is looking for that extra edge these days. Something that separates us from the pack. As a bride to be in a world of mass produced, carbon copied ideas, trends and designs, why settle for the same old stuff everyone else has? Define yourself as an individual on your wedding day.
After creating a wonderfully unique, personalized, letterpress wedding invitation set you are on the right track. But why not take it one step further?
Incorporating design elements from… Continue
Added by Invitations by Ajalon - Trish J on April 30, 2009 at 11:30pm —
I just read a blog by Andy Sernovitz on Social Media and I thought it was so helpful for BridalTweet Vendors. Here were Andy's highlights about how to participate in conversations on social networks like BridalTweet, Twitter, Facebook, etc. Enjoy!...
- Find the conversation
. By setting up a few simple blog and Twitter searches, someone on your staff can keep an eye on the online conversation about you in just a few minutes a day. Soon, you’ll discover who your biggest fans are… Continue
Added by Christine Dyer on April 30, 2009 at 6:30pm —
With warmest wishes for the best in life As you both look forward to a shared future Of love, friendship, and the wonderful closeness That is marriage!
Congratulations on your engagement!
As you are making plans for your big day, keep In mind your last big night out with your girlfriends. The ones who have been there for you through Good times and bad times. Why not combine a Passion Party with your Bachelorette party & make sure everyone has a Fun-filled night of laughter and… Continue
Added by PartyDiva on April 30, 2009 at 6:19pm —
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Your good friend just got engaged. Your (insert here: sorority sister, camp friend, girl you’ve known since 2nd grade) spent a few Sunday afternoons dragging her fiancé through Bloomingdales and Williams Sonoma, lying to him and herself about all the cooking she will do in the future. She demanded a new Wok set, those trendy square plates that are too small and of course a set of fancy martini glasses. As we pointed out in our earlier blog,… Continue
Added by Bridelines on April 30, 2009 at 3:40pm —
This past weekend we held a very successful Sample Sale. All the brides were extremely excited and pleased with their new dresses! Of course, we also service our Sample dresses!! Cleaning, alterations and any repairs needed.
This weekend, May 2 we are hosting a trunk show of No Ordinary Bride featuring all of their new 2010 designs.
On May 9th, Samantha from Junko Yoshioka will be joining us with her new 2010 collection!
Tweet us for an appointment on Saturday… Continue
Added by The Wedding Shoppe on April 30, 2009 at 3:22pm —
According to The Wedding Report, wedding spending has declined significantly since 2007 - almost by 30% (averaged) overall. The vast majority of wedding vendors can attest to the a downsizing of wedding budgets, as well as a drop off in bookings (new clients). Consultants and Coordinators in particular have seen postponements and cancellations spike in recent months.
Everyone is feeling the pinch; while engaged couples are trying to save,… Continue
Added by Elisa on April 30, 2009 at 12:00pm —
Heading to Castro Valley for an intimate "Boutique Wedding". Will post images by next week.
Added by Silvana Di Franco Photography on April 30, 2009 at 11:48am —
Your e-session is totally customized to you. Your location, your personalities, your emotions. My goal is to have fun, get to know you, and feature what makes you such a dynamic couple. All sessions are photographed on location and I guarantee you will be blown away! And, the best part...an engagement session is included with every wedding commission. I only accept 25 wedding clients every year, so call… Continue
Added by Cheryl Mauldin on April 30, 2009 at 8:01am —
Check it out (on your left hand side is the feed) but the site is better for image viewing. Happy Wednesday!
Added by Silvana Di Franco Photography on April 30, 2009 at 2:37am —
The last wedding ceremony I attended was out of town in a church I had never been to. I neglected to google for directions before I left, and since it was the day of the wedding, it seemed no one was answering their cell, so finding the place was quite a hassle. In this modern age of computers and GPS navigation built into our cars and phones, bad directions should be a thing of the past. Unfortunately though, they are not.
Have you ever missed, or arrived late, to a wedding because… Continue
Added by Invitations by Ajalon - Trish J on April 30, 2009 at 12:30am —
Added by my Kate Parker Wedding on April 29, 2009 at 7:38pm —
This is one of our favorite favors. Both pratical and elegant and it includes Free Personalized Tags. Your wedding guest will love this favor. On one side these measuring spoons have traditional measurements and on the other they have love measurements-"A Pinch of Patience" = ¼ teaspoon, "A Dash of Kindness" = ½ teaspoon, "A Spoonful of Laughter" = one teaspoon, and "A Heap of Love" = one tablespoon.
Get 10% off of this or any of our… Continue
Added by Saying I Do on April 29, 2009 at 4:13pm —
While there's no sure way to be certain that you or your company's name will turn up at the top of a Google search for any particular keyword, an active social-media presence can help, writes Jim Tobin. A search-engine-optimized blog and well-maintained presence on sites such as LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and BridalTweet
are particularly helpful. To learn more, visit Social Media Today.
Added by Christine Dyer on April 29, 2009 at 1:30pm —
There are four basic parts to a wedding invitation, the envelopes, the invitation, the reception card and the response card. Let us explore each of these elements closer. We will start with the envelopes.
The envelopes consist of an outer and an inner envelope. The outer envelope is used for the mailing; it has the recipient’s full name and address. The inner envelope holds the invitation and other inserts. The inner envelope is often sealed (with a sticker bearing… Continue
Added by Gowns and Goodies on April 29, 2009 at 12:56pm —
Added by the ultimate affair on April 29, 2009 at 12:30pm —
I hadn't checked which picture uploaded when I set up my Twitter account and imagine my surprise when I saw Linnea smiling back at me.
No wonder everyone kept saying I look HOT on Twitter;)
Thanks for inviting me to Bridal Tweet Linnea!
Added by Jay Kenney on April 29, 2009 at 12:18pm —
I'm still learning about this site and finding my away around... so far it seems to be great!
Added by Keira Lemonis on April 29, 2009 at 11:09am —
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Added by Frank DiMeo on April 29, 2009 at 10:36am —
What details of your wedding can be crafted by yourself? The simple truth, is of course you can do anything. Add a bit of creativity, and a good amount of planning, and you'll find yourself able to accomplish just about anything I'm sure.
But there is a really good reason we hire people to do certain tasks. First and foremost, you have to consider that if you've done it all yourself, who will take care of laying everything out on your big day? If you've done it all yourself, will you… Continue
Added by Budget Wise Bride on April 29, 2009 at 8:54am —
Nothing is more frustrating than seeing your beautifully designed and addressed wedding invitation returned to sender because of an incorrect address or insufficient postage.
Likewise, when assembling the many pieces of your invitation set, mixing maps with RSVP cards or confusing the order in which the many parts should be combined can be a headache. We at Invitations by Ajalon understand that planning a wedding can be stressful, so I have decided to give a couple quick tips on how… Continue
Added by Invitations by Ajalon - Trish J on April 29, 2009 at 12:30am —