The most common way to use a wax seal is to seal your envelopes. They add an amazing touch of luxury and instantly let your guests know that this is a FANCY event. You will see them typically placed directly on the point of the flap on the back of the envelopes. But they can be placed anywhere along the flap to create an even more unique look. Oh and don’t worry, they are safe to mail.
Envelope liners are a separate piece of paper that is attached (glued or taped) onto the inside of an envelope. They add an extra touch of flair to your invitation and they are the perfect place to add special elements that may not work design wise when placed directly on your invitation card.
Our society is using social media, emails, and other “modern” forms of communication more and more. This is making it harder to remember what proper etiquette is for addressing an important piece of mail, like your wedding invitation. In addition, as our world is becoming more inclusive of all types of couples (yay!), it’s important to know how to address your guests based on their unique relationships and titles. Here are some tips for how to navigate those unique titles of your wedding guests.
As a Wedding Stationer for couples for the past 4 years, I’ve been asked countless times “so how much do wedding invitations really cost?”. At Fioribelle we are all about making your wedding truly special and unique to you. So we aim to adapt to your specific budget and style.
So when is the best time to mail your wedding invitations? As a Wedding Stationer for couples for the past 4 years, I’ve been asked this question several times! While there are traditionally general guidelines as to when each piece of mail should be sent to guests, here at fioribelle we are all about making your wedding truly special and unique to you. So we aim to adapt to your specific timeline and situations
Let’s break down exactly what you should consider when drafting your wedding invitation! The Invitation card should focus on the ceremony only. You’ll use separate insert cards to invite your guests to the reception and other important details of your wedding day.
Today on the blog I am sharing all about Carla + Jon: a couple who, like many others, was affected by the global pandemic in 2020. If you’re new here, HI! it’s great to have you, my name is Karen and I am a Wedding Stationer and Calligrapher in Central FL.