Spring has arrived and emDOTzee is busy! If your wedding is this summer, you may want to let your guests know to save your wedding date. You can send out your save-the-dates 3 months prior, 6 months prior or how ever far in advance you feel your guests need to be notified. Check out these summer save-the-dates that we’ve been working on lately. Featured are 3 different formats: a save-the-date card with matching accommodations card, a save-the-date card backed with gold metallic card stock, and a vintage-theme save-the-date postcard.
Check back soon to see some of the invitations and programs we’ve been working on for our Spring brides.
March 22, 2010
This first bride was inspired by her full lace wedding dress and her blue and yellow flower scheme. She chose to use a blue lace graphic paired with a yellow backing paper. The reversed blue RSVP postcard added flare to her elegant stationery.
The next bride was inspired by the blue and yellow lace stationery because she too planned to use the same flowers. She asked to change the lace graphic to blue hydrangeas to coordinate with her own wedding and kept the yellow backing paper and blue RSVP postcard to match.
No matter what your color scheme or inspiration, emDOTzee uses your ideas to create unique stationery just for your wedding. Just let us know what inspires you and we will put it on paper.
March 15, 2010
Save-the-Date cards can be the first introduction and set the tone of your wedding for your guests. Below are just a few examples of save-the-date formats designed by emDOTzee. The first option features a gold swirl and chocolate brown backing card stock with a matching accommodations card. The second option shows a purple and burgundy modern flower on the postcard format and the third option is a simple mint green card to be mailed in an envelope. emDOTzee can take your wedding style and create your save-the-date cards in any format you can think of.
February 15, 2010
This popular red and black stationery suite features a modern flower and vine floral design with a matching watermark in the background — a feature many brides love and want to incorporate into their own invitation designs. And the couple’s monogram added a more personalized touch to the ceremony programs. emDOTzee can also use your monogram to dress up personalized notecards or address labels to utilize long after your wedding day.
February 4, 2010
Thank goodness my friends enlisted my help for their wedding invitations a couple years ago. If it had not been for them, I may not have found out how much I love designing wedding stationery and how much others enjoyed my work. Here are a few freebies I created before I realized I should turn this hobby into a business.
Thanks Kyle & John!
Thanks Haley & Kevin!
Thanks Priscilla & Chase!
I may not be where I am now without you.
January 17, 2010