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Grab Your Sequined Flapper Dress and Tie the Knot in Art Deco Fashion!

Since the 2013 remake of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic tale The Great Gatsby, art deco wedding invitations and theme design have emerged and remain a starring role to this day for a vintage glam theme. Art deco is depicted by bold geometric forms, symmetry, and daring navy, black, plums, greens or gold color. Many people create a dramatic art deco roaring 20’s theme for their wedding and incorporate elements in every aspect of the planning…

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Posh Paper is Featured in Kentucky Bride Magazine

We are pleased to be featured in the November 2017 Kentucky Bride Magazine article, “Think Pink.” Many thanks to all the talented vendors that participated in this styled shoot, including Breighton & Bassette Photography and the creative vision of Exquisite Events by Amanee.  See more of the styled shoot here.

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The Dos and Don’ts of Wedding Invitation Etiquette

Remember your Mom telling you the “Dos and Don’ts” as a child like “Don’t put your elbows on the table while you’re eating,” or “Do finish your vegetables,” or “Don’t play with your food?” Well, get ready, there is actual wedding invitation etiquette to follow and there’s a lot to learn. Or, you may hear it from Mom or even Grandma “to do it right” since this tradition dates far back in time. Etiquette regarding…

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Do You Need a Wedding Planner?

Today, we’re taking a second to answer a question that seems to pop up during many couple’s planning experience, “Do I need a wedding planner?” Many couples contemplate it, many couples hire one and many couples feel like they can’t afford one. At the end of the day – yes, every couple needs a wedding planner, deserves to have a wedding planner and should hire a wedding planner. I recently met with Heidi Kolby, owner…

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Escort Cards with a Little Creativity

When planning your seating chart and escort or wedding place cards, a little creativity can go a long way with your guests and put a big smile on their faces at the same time. One great idea is to combine your favor with your escort or place cards. Not only will your guests love this, it will save on your budget at the same time. Draping paper escort slips over a lovely glass of champagne…

Watercolor Wonders

The beauty of watercolor wedding invitations is unsurpassed.  Washes of color appear to be brushed on to fine papers by hand and subtle hues create an air of romance. Melding our love of flowers with watercolor is one of our favorite things to do. What a brilliant way to tie together your wedding color palette and theme with a nature-inspired look that is surely to impress your guests. Beautiful deep burgundy blended with cream and…

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Nailing Down a Theme

Have you decided on a wedding theme? A vintage theme is popular and captures the essence of a bygone era. A muted color palette with ivory, slate grey, rose, and soft golds and a touch of lace will set off this classic theme. Fancy a modern, romantic look? The elegance of crystal and touches of white, gold and pink or bright purple and fuchsia pink will carry this theme throughout your wedding. Have a country…

I Like Big Blooms and I Cannot Lie

Oh, my gosh, Becky, look at her invitation! Wouldn’t it be awesome to have your guests “wow” over the look of your invitation suite and stationery? Setting a gorgeous tone with soft, colorful blooms that put smiles on everyone’s faces? Big, beautiful flowers are all the rage for wedding invitations in 2017 as well as ceremony and reception decor.  I’ve really put a lot of thought and research into planning the design of my wedding…