Believe it or not, Fall is upon us, and you know what that means...
It's time to be thinking about holiday cards!
The holidays will be here before we know it, and so we're here to help you not procrastinate sending those cards out... again.
Use these photos as inspiration for your own custom card, or you can order exactly what you see here (with your name, etc) through us. Click here to learn how to order.
These twist cards are a lot of fun; a card your friends and family can interact with.
We also have a wide selection of photo holiday cards for you to choose from. We welcome you to come to our studio to browse our gallery!
And remember, share this with your friends and family. We don't want anyone forgetting to send their holiday cards!
Today, we're breaking up with photo wedding invitations.
(GASP) No, no. Really, it's okay...
It's been a good run, but it's time to move on.
So, here's our list for why we just can't be together anymore:
So, photo wedding invitations, we're through. Though we may see you come around every now and then, we know we've made the right move.
Thanks for all the good times.
The Modern Bride
If you're feeling some withdrawals from the breakup, be strong! Don't turn back. Focus on the things that will be better for your invitations in the long run. Things like:
Have you "broken up" with photo invitations? Leave us a comment and tell us how!
Here's today's pinnable... Enjoy!
Believe it or not fall is upon us, which means it's time for all you winter brides to be getting serious about your invitations.
Today's post is to bust the myth that a winter wedding = lack of color. Not this year, honey! Not you.
So, to help motivate you, I thought I'd put together some fabulous winter inspiration for you: jewel tones.
Here at Ann Elizabeth, we love the idea of jewel tones for a winter wedding. These are such regal-looking colors, and a lot of depth can be achieved using lustrous fabrics and paper.
We love this look, and hope you will, too!
Photo credits from left to right:
Photo found via Wedding Bee
Zuma Photo, menu design by Ann Elizabeth
Santa Barbara Chic
And here's today's pinnable! Enjoy!
I am SO excited to share with you some great news!
Ann Elizabeth has started a new tradition: every month, we will feature a Bride of the Month! The idea behind our featured bride of the month is to showcase current and gorgeous invitations, and applaud our brides for being innovative, unique, and inspiring.
We chose to feature Hannah, because her invitations are the epitome of a personal touch: she had us incorporate a watercolor painting she created herself. Add the gold foil (her fiance's choice!), and these invitations are absolutely STUNNING!
Click on the photo of Hannah below to head on over to our website and check out her gorgeous invitations!