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Jun. 9, 2010
Calligraphy is an ancient handwritten art form that maintains a firm foothold in the world of weddings. With a renewed appreciation for craftsmanship coming in vogue, mass-produced is out and artisan is in.
Jun. 14, 2010
The stationer priced out your invitations at $6 apiece -- and your guest list totals 150. That's a lot of money to spend on a piece of paper that most people will throw away! With a little legwork and creativity, you can put together a more meaningful invite that will cost far less.
Sep. 9, 2010
Thanks to Facebook, you can change your relationship status and instantly notify the world that you're getting married. So why would you want to print an announcement in the newspaper?
Sep. 27, 2010
Paper. It's commonplace in the form of a notebook, napkin or newspaper. But really nice paper -- like the kind you'll be using for your wedding invitations -- is pricy. And the ink isn't cheap, either.
Sep. 28, 2010
For every two couples that send save-the-dates, there are two more who skip them. When the budget is tight already, do you really need to send an extra piece of paper that has to be addressed and stamped? We demystify the ultra-modern save-the-date card.
Sep. 28, 2010
Effective wedding planning means taking care of all your stationery needs in one sitting. Beyond invitations and programs, here are details about all the paper you need to purchase.