Set the Tone for the Wedding

December 5, 2008 Weddings Unlimited, Inc.

In today’s mail you receive an invitation to a wedding. You open it and look at the design, read the text and put it aside until you reply. What did you “see” in that invite? Did you get any idea of the tone or style of the wedding? What colors were used? How formal was the wording? Any unusual art work?  If the sender is trying to convey what the wedding will be like, you should see it in that invitation.   

If you are a bride with a conservative budget or one where  the sky’s the limit, selecting a service provider for your invitations can be an easy task if you know where to go. As a wedding planner, I suggest you start your search with Poeme or Letter Heads. Kristen Folzenlogen, owner of both establishments, is equipped to handle any bride’s budget. She carries invitations and other stationary that begins with the basic, cost effective  selections to “custom” choices that include, but are not limited to: custom illustrations, client-supplied photo images, speciality card stock and vintage stamps for postage. You come up with an idea and Kristen can do it! Give her a call at 513-321-4999 or go to her web site at    

Just remember…invitations set the tone for your special day!

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