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Elegant and Striking Winter Palette Ideas

I am often drawn to many different printing techniques as well as unusual color palettes. One the most versatile printing options available is silk screen printing. I enjoy using this type of printing when I want to do an eye-catching palette on a dark paper. The ink is more vibrant and thicker and it stands out. Below are some of my favorite winter inspired palettes using dark shades as a base color for your paper.

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Can’t get enough of The Maine Wedding Vendor Network!

I am excited to once again share the talents of The Maine Wedding Vendor Network! Courtney of Courtney Elizabeth Photography shared all of her photos from the stylized shoot with the vendor participants.  In addition, she shared photos of preparations leading up to the event and the evening’s festivities.  

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The Maine Wedding Vendor Network: A Wealth of Talent!

Back in mid-September I was extended a lovely invitation to participate in a November Wedding Vendor Networking event by Maria Northcott of A Sweet Start. I could barely contain my excitement at the opportunity to be in a room with the many talented individuals that make up the Maine wedding industry. I immediately responded to the email and within 12 hours had signed up with anticipation of the event in November. 

As a participating vendor, I was given the opportunity to contribute my paper and calligraphy skills to the materials needed for the event such as food labels, table cards, calligraphy signs, a custom stationery suite and an “I Spy” game-board.  Maria continued to curate a stellar group of Maine wedding vendors from across our state to form the #MeetinghouseMeetup group. Below is a list of all the people I had the opportunity to work with for the event.

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Printing 101: Wedding Stationery Printing Explained

The printing process you choose is as important as the design of your wedding invitations.  From the color of the paper to its weight, what you choose can affect the overall vibe you want to express as the first impression of your wedding.  I always say this to couples, "Your invitation sets the scene, like a director on a movie set.  It will portray the emotional elements you want your guests to feel."  Every couple wants to "tickle the fancy" of their guests, to impress both sides of the family and friends with a celebration that truly represents them.

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