“Its’ been overwhelming in the best kind of way! Allan and I love what we do and I feel that passion comes through both in our products and our service. I wanted to give brides something that truly was fresh, stylish and original. Most importantly I wanted it to be simple process for them. When you know that professionals are there to take care of the details for you, it allows you to relax and enjoy the process of making your celebration both beautiful and memorable.”

“One of the highlights of my day is when the Bride and Groom see their names beautifully printed on their invitations for the first time. It is something about that moment that is so special, so exciting and so meaningful for the couple. It’s just like when you spot your wedding dress, out of dozens of choices, for the first time. Your heart races a little faster and you just know that this is the one, and it is simply perfect.”

Vanessa Hamlin


A wedding invitation needs to contain the locations of the wedding ceremony and the reception venue and the times and date that these events will take place. A date requesting a reply to your invitation is also an essential.

Traditional etiquette has suggested that the parents of the bride should head the invitation as the hosts of the wedding, and although this format has remained a popular standard, many bride and grooms’ choose to include both sets of parents at the head of the invitation. Alternatively many couples choose to do the inviting themselves and have their own names as the hosts of the wedding celebrations.

The following guides are a selection of template samples that may assist in your wording selection. Please contact us, if you would like us to assist you in phrasing your invitations in a way that is unique to you.

» Download our wording etiquette guide here.
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