Wednesday, July 8, 2009

Papeterie To the Rescue

Paper.

One of my closest and dearest friends is getting married at the end of July and she's really got her hands full right now. Besides concluding her school year paperwork (she's a teacher), she finishing up her PhD classes, taking her comprehensive test for the PhD, closing on a house...and oh yeah, getting married...all within one month!!Luckily, she's got everything for her wedding under control with a lot of planning ahead and some really amazing family help.

But it got me thinking, what if you were someone that didn't have that kind of support on those final details of a wedding? Anyone that's gotten married will tell you that all the planning in the world won't prepare you for the last couple of weeks of "putting it all together." You've got programs to finalize, table seatings to assign (once everyone finally gets to RSVPing), and much more.

So while we are normally a proponent of DIY, sometimes you have to call in for some professional help to alleviate your stress. Which brings me to one of our favorite vendors, Papeterie. Besides the essentials of Invitations, RSVP cards and such...they offer an amazing assortment of menu cards, table numbers, place cards, programs, and even gift tags. All of the things that you need to alleviate some of that last minute stress. And their prices won't put you in the poorhouse either. So take a deep breath. Go online here. And just point and click. No cutting, printing, or sweating is involved.


5 comments:

Mrs. Newlywed said...

This approach is great! We did something similar with our paper products, because we got married in my hometown but live 16 hours away. It took a LOT of stress off of my shoulders.

Little Dickens Designs said...

Those are beautiful invitations

Little Dickens Designs said...

I'm a dope! I didn't click to make them bigger. I see now that they are table numbers, programs, etc.

Hip Hostess said...

LDD, you're not a dope! They offer invitations too :)

LeniStav said...

those invitations are so lovely!