Medieval Wedding Invitations

14 March 2019 0 Comments

Might sound strange but the history of wedding invitations is quite a long one, I dare say the first wedding invitations were painted on the walls of cages, as some recent studies say.   Back in the Middle Ages, wedding invitations were mostly verbalized, being issued out loud so that people who didn’t know how […]

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Black Wedding Invitations

22 January 2014 0 Comments

Auguste Renoir once said: “I’ve been forty years discovering that the queen of all the colors is black”. Might seem strange to select black as the main color for your wedding invitations but black is powerful and authoritative and it can symbolize strong emotions like the feeling of emptiness, fear or the overwhelming primordial void; […]

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Wedding Invitation Wording Deceased Parent

29 April 2010 0 Comments

The wording etiquette for the wedding invitations can be a little confusing sometimes, especially when you want to follow the basic tips for a formal addressing. Usually on the wedding invitations, as a sign of respect, we also include the names of the wedding hosts, in most cases being the bride’s parents. The couple can […]

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Gerber Daisy Wedding Invitations

16 April 2010 0 Comments

The gerbera daisy has the scientific name of Gerbera Jamesonii and belongs to the same family of flowers as daisies and sunflowers. The gerbera daisy was discovered in South Africa in 1884 by Robert Jameson and its common name comes from the German naturalist Traugott Gerber. This flower is also known as African daisy, Transvaal […]

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