Wedding Programs

Beach destination wedding anyone? It's hard not to fall in love with the idea of a beach wedding--as we can easily imagine the feel of gentle sea breezes and the sounds of waves rolling up on shore. Formal or casual, a beach wedding has an inherent sense of tranquility that's magical and relaxing. Are you having a destination wedding? Be inspired! Today's "Color Monday" gets us in the mood for a...Read more
Smart and Stylish... The tone of your wedding ceremony is set through the tone of your wedding program. They're conversation starters and your guests will read them! Below are 5 common mistakes to avoid while planning your wedding programs. {featured: Vision of Love Tea-length Wedding Program } #1. Not putting a personal twist on your program design! Let your personality shine! Your program is a...Read more
Color Palette : Flamingo |Coral | Butter | Carnation “Color Monday” ... one of our favorite days of the week! This week's citrus-y inspiration of pinks and coral is just perfect for a summer outdoor wedding. A few very fun ways to integrate this color scheme and round out your wedding look can be accomplished through creative décor and accessories like: oversized balloons, mix and match florals,...Read more
Looking for summer or floral wedding inspiration? Today's "Behind the Design" has both! Bursting with vibrant color and whimsical flowers, this garden wedding is a thing of beauty and full of inspiring details. Here's Rachel to share the inspiration for her new Design Suite, Floral Watercolor. “I imagined an elegant summer garden wedding as I was creating this design. Floral patterns have become...Read more
It's smooth sailing for today's "Behind the Design" and beach wedding inspiration. This seafaring board features a classic navy and white color scheme as well a Wedding Program with an anchor motif. Get your beach wedding ideas on with this salt of the earth look and nautical theme. Here's graphic designer, Rachel, to tell us about Love's Anchor , her new modern Design Suite . "This design suite...Read more
Rachel, graphic designer for MagnetStreet Welcome to "Behind the Design" our blog series that showcases a new design, the designer, and the inspiration behind it. Here's Rachel to tell us about Falling in Love , a rustic fall design that will leave you pining for an autumn wedding. "I wanted to create a stationery suite that showcased the beautiful colors of fall, but in a very elegant way. Tell...Read more
The 140th Kentucky Derby is tomorrow--the first Saturday in May. It's always fun to watch this annual race deemed "the most exciting two minutes in sports" but really, it's the hours of people-watching beforehand that's really fun and exciting! Churchill Downs is an extravaganza of ornamental hats and souvenir glasses brimming with mint juleps. It's also full of fashionable wedding ideas. Today's...Read more
Welcome to Behind the Design, a blog series devoted to highlighting new wedding stationery and the inspiration behind it. Here's Jennifer, sharing her inspiration behind Luminous Charm, a whimsical design suite that celebrates an industrial-chic wedding style. "This design suite was based from a combination of classy + industrial. Both are popular trends right now so I wanted to combine the two...Read more
Want a unique wedding look? Here's one: neon! Clearly not for everyone, it's hard not to smile and be charmed by the bold and high-energy color schemes. Here's Megan to take us Behind the Design of her Flirty Neon --a Save the Date and Invitation Suite that celebrates this retro look--that's still trending. Colors > Cornflower, Azalea, Custom Chartreuse, Kraft Paper " Flirty Neon was inspired...Read more
So sweetly captured by Deborah Zoe Wedding Photography , we're excited to share Jamie and Christy's beautiful Boston wedding. Married at St. Mary's Church in Charlestown, MA, Jamie and Christy then had their reception at the Harvard Club of Boston. Christy looked a-mazing in her Casablanca lace wedding gown while her girls donned a lively shade of green. Their overarching color scheme was a...Read more