Monday, May 26, 2014

NEW Luxury Silk Wedding Invitations For Your Invitation Cards

New luxury wedding invitations including peacock invitations, boxed invitations and folios

We have once again uploaded a new collection of silk invitations for your luxury wedding event. Included are silk pads with rhinestone brooch, silk folder as well as stunning wedding invitation boxes with large rhinestone crystal brooches. If you have interest ordering samples or placing a wholesale order contact us here or simply check out all latest designs here:

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Monday, May 19, 2014

Learn How To Make Inexpensive Bridal Invitations

Planning a wedding can be costly in terms of time and money. One simple way to save on wedding expenses is to make your own bridal invitations. Not only will you save money by doing it yourself, you’ll also be able to add personal touches that will make your invitations all the more special. Need some ideas? Here are some ways to make bridal invitations that won’t take a chunk out of your wedding budget.

Make bridal invitations: Download wedding invitation templates

There are various online sites where you can download wedding invitation templates to create your own invitations. This can be a real time saver. Many of these sites will let you download templates for free, while others will allow you to use their templates only if you purchase paper from them. With a little searching, you can find wedding invitation templates that are completely free with no strings attached. Once you have a template selected, designing the invitation can be as simple as inserting your own wording and printing it out on your printer. It’s important to use high quality paper so your invitation won’t look cheap or flimsy. Higher quality paper can be purchased from office supply stores or stores that sell art supplies. Make bridal invitations: Make them from scratch

Another way to make bridal invitations is to buy pre-made blank cards from an art supply store. Once you have your cards, spend some time crafting your message using a text based program. Choose a beautiful font for your invitation by googling “free wedding fonts”. Once you have your invitations set up, print them out on pretty, handmade paper you’ve purchased from an art supply store. Use a glue stick designed for gluing paper to attach the invitation to the card stock. Now you can add your own unique embellishments and personal touches to make your invitations all the more special.

Make bridal invitations: Embellishments

Once you have your basic invitation, you can add inexpensive embellishments to give them more interest. Try using natural elements such as pressed flowers, leaves, or even pressed herbs to decorate your invitations. Visit your local fabric store and select some pretty ribbon that compliments the paper you’re using and attach it to the card. You can also buy tiny, pre-made bows at fabric stores that will add a soft, feminine touch. Other embellishments to consider are small charms or even tiny seashells if you’re having a beach themed wedding. A simple, inexpensive way to embellish bridal invitations is to use craft punches for punching designs onto paper available at your local craft store. These can be purchased in a variety of designs including hearts, flowers, and butterflies which are perfect for wedding invitations. Another option is to string small beads onto cording and tie it around your invitations. A visit to your local craft store will give you tons of inspiration.

When you make bridal invitations of your own, not only do you save money, but you get an invitation that’s uniquely your own. Explore the many possibilities!

Friday, April 18, 2014

Peacock Wedding Invitations

Peacock Wedding Invitations - Luxury Silk Invitations With a Touch of Mother Nature

To round up our silk invitation collection we have recently added peacock feather wedding invitation designs.

Pictured is for example our trendy silk pocket folder featuring rhinestone crystal brooches and 5 inches long real peacock feathers from happy birds. The folder measures 7x7 inches and was made in teal and purple theme for our client. If you have wholesale inquiries in such designs, contact us today or check out our website for more designs. You can also call us at 66.86.0767574 for urgent question.

Our factory was established in 2006 and manufactures all kinds of handmade silk invitations including silk boxes, silk folios, silk cards as well as paper invitations, wedding embellishments and mailing boxes.

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

What To Say When Greeting Your Wedding Guests

What To Say When Greeting Your Wedding Guests

Does the idea of coming up with clever banter throughout your wedding day, as you speak to guest after guest after guest, make you nervous? Even the most outgoing personality can be at a loss for words when you take into consideration the emotions running high and a large number of people in the crowd.

If it's any comfort, keep in mind the fact that your guests aren't expecting to have extensive, one-on-one conversations with you on your wedding day. Instead, most guests are eager to congratulate you on your new marriage, tell you how great you look, and offer good wishes.

During your receiving line - if you choose to have one - the line will likely move quickly, giving you time to briefly greet each guest as they congratulate you. The reception, however, will give you plenty of opportunities to mingle with your guests. Don't hide from them or spend every moment with your new spouse. Remember this is your event, you are the hostess, and the guests are here to honor you. In return, they deserve to have your attention for at least part of the evening.

Conversations with guests on your wedding day will give you the chance to finally meet your new spouse's friends and relatives for the first time. Your new spouse and in-laws will be delighted to introduce you to out-of-town family and friends. Take this opportunity to introduce them to your family and friends, as well.

You'll probably hear comments such as:

* "You look beautiful / fabulous / lovely."
* "I'm Jenn. I don't think we've met before."
* "Everything went so smoothly."
* "Congratulations!"
* "What a beautiful ceremony."
* "I'm Stephanie's second cousin once removed."

Make an effort to speak to every guest, even if it means moving from table to table during the reception. Be ready with simple statements including:

* "Thank you so much for coming."
* "We're so glad you made it."
* "It means so much to us for you to be here."
* "Have you met my new husband, Jeffrey?"
* "So nice to see you."
* "You know my parents, Mike and Carol, don't you? Mom, Dad, this is Libby."
* "We're so honored that you're here and hope you have a fabulous time."

Avoid questions that might lead to long conversations with the chronic complainers in your life.
You know who I'm talking about. Don't ask how her flight was or if she likes the hotel unless you're ready to hear about the horrible turbulence or how she's stayed at much better hotels.

Keep in mind that your guests will remember your wedding day based on how welcome you made them feel. A few sincere words can make all the difference. Read more articles on our wedding blog