Ellenmarie’s save the date – craigslist style!



I am a fan of your blog and saw a few of the other save-the-dates posted so I thought I’d send you ours. It was a single card with info on the front and back that looked like a Craiglist ad. I met my fiance, Brett, a few years ago when I answered a craigslist posting for a room in a house in Philadelphia. One of Brett’s roommates moved out and they posted the ad. I didn’t take the room but we ended up chatting through email and eventually got together. We are getting married on Nov 29 and I can’t freakin wait!!!

[images from Ellenmarie]

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Anna’s pre-RSVP


I wanted to share our save the date card which was a very simple post card (just our return address). We are getting married in the remote mountains of Idaho and wanted something simple and fun that our guests would get a kick out of — on a budget. Total cost for 250 post cards w/envelopes through vistaprint.com was $80.

[image from Anna]

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Parcel Post for Brooklyn Bride [no. 01]

I’m so happy to introduce my next guest blogger! You may know Audrey’s blog Parcel Post [its where I discovered popcorn favors], and I’m so happy she’s agreed to visit Brooklyn Bride every once in a while to show off the latest and greatest in paper…let’s give her a warm welcome!

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Hi! My name is Audrey Woollen and I have a little stationery shop in Los Angeles called Urbanic Paper Boutique. I work with brides on a regular basis and have to say, the weddings of today blow my mind. I love that many modern brides are committed to so much creative detail to make their special day a true reflection of who they are. Brooklyn Bride is the best for always highlighting the latest and I often refer my brides here for ideas. That being said, I was truly delighted when Vané asked me to join her here with paper inspirations.

This week I am feeling peacock. There is something so light, flirty and sophisticated about peacock on paper.

Above are some of my favorite peacock letterpress- Antoinette invitation set by Hello Lucky and the “i love you” card by Night Owl Papergoods.
Other recent discoveries – this gorgeous peacock print by Carambatak design and these cute scalloped notecards by Anemone letterpress

[images from Parcel Post]

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