I'm so excited to announce the launch of the newest addition to Emily Rose Ink: our pre-designed wedding collection! It's been over a year since I began the development of this line, and I'm thrilled to be able to offer this option to couples who love our aesthetic but want a simpler, less expensive option than custom stationery.
You've picked out your wedding invitations, you've finalized your guest list, and now it's time to think about addressing your envelopes...To avoid offending your guests, and to help clarify who is being invited to your wedding, make sure you adhere to the guidelines below.
Jeana and Mitchell met when they were studying abroad together in Cyprus, and it's been true love for these two blonde lovebirds ever since. They live in Denver, but they wanted to have an intimate destination wedding in a warm climate where they could emphasize the Mediterranean origins of their relationship.
I'm creating a blog series called "Invitation Information" with all the information brides and grooms typically need in order to make some of the biggest decisions about their wedding invitations. Today, I'm sticking to the basics: the three types of card stocks I offer brides, and the difference between single-thick and double-thick invitations.
In general, weddings are full of conventions and century-old traditions, some of which seem stuffy or outdated to the modern couple. With that being said, there are certain conventions regarding invitation etiquette that serve an important function. So here it is: five rules you should break and five rules you should keep when it comes to invitation etiquette for the nontraditional wedding.
I've always loved and collected words that touch or inspire me...When I started making cards, I began with my favorite quotes because I was always looking for cards with the beautiful and wise words of my favorite authors...This was one of the first ones I painted.
I've been playing around with black watercolor a lot lately, and I just love the wide range of gray tones I can get from just solid black. I wanted to use the blog to push out a free printable calendar, so I started messing around with black watercolor and fell in love with the results.
Almost half a year after starting Emily Rose Ink, I feel like I can finally breathe, look back on the past five months, and do some thoughtful reflection.