I was wandering through pictures this morning on the internet, and I came across several fashion photos in my favorite color combination of charcoal grey and fuschia. This is a great color pallette for weddings. Flirty and fun without being too stuffy. It also works year-round. You can use a lighter grey shade in the spring and summer months, and in the fall and winter, deeper shades of the same color accented with silver. This looks especially festive around the Holidays, or as a nice change for Valentine’s Day, instead of your usual reds and pinks. Note that the wedding gown I have chosen is a pale silver color, instead of white. Add lots of sparkly jewelry, and what a memorable look for an evening affair! In the same manner for decor, add lots of small crystal details, and votive candles. Sexy, smart, and sophisticated! Enjoy!!
Archive for October, 2008
I found this little tidbit on BizBash Florida. This is a wonderful service to use, full of great products and that personal touch. Enjoy!!
|Signed, Sealed, Delivered|
Ideal for mass thank-you notes or holiday greetings, Seattle-based GreetQ offers unique cards that can be personalized and mailed via the Web—with no trip to the stationery store or post office. The company’s site carries cards ranging from $1.50 to $7 (plus postage) from independent designers including Egg Press, Flaunt Cards, and Dauphine Press. The inside of the cards can be personalized with any message of your choosing for $1.99 per card; for an additional $1 the company will hand-write your message. The service lists cards you have selected in a personal queue (like Netflix), where they remain until GreetQ mails them on the date of your choosing (up to a year in advance). Discounts on large orders are available.
I found this new product idea on BizBash New York. I love this style of chair! It makes a great statement to your guests, of any age! The colors offered are fun, and will go perfectly with any color scheme. Enjoy!
|THE SCOUT 10.08.08 9:00 AM|
|Starck Seats for Kids|
To add some modern style to kiddie-centric events, there is now a child-size version of Philippe Starck’s popular Louis Ghost chair. Like the original, the Lou Lou Ghost chair emulates the shape of a Louis XV armchair and is made of durable polycarbonate material, making it scratch- and weatherproof, as well as tough enough to withstand the rowdy antics of pint-size guests. Resource One currently rents transparent and pink chairs nationwide for $25 each. Other colors may become available for rent, depending on demand.
I found this great product idea on BizBash New York. This would make a great gift, as a wonderful addition to someone’s personal stationery or business supplies. Enjoy!
|Custom Stamp Service Adds Personal Touch to Note Cards|
She She Impressions is a Toronto-based company that sells a variety of stamp designs, note cards, and a selection of coloured inks through its online store. The company, launched earlier this year by longtime friends Martha Digby Boyle and Leslie White, designs personalized name and address stamps and has just begun offering a new product called My Logo Stamp, which is suitable for corporate clients. With a black and white copy of a logo—in either a jpeg or pdf format—the company can create a custom self-inking stamp to be used as a seal on envelopes or featured on one of its 15 note card designs. The front of each card has a circular cut-out to accommodate the stamped design. The stamps, which can be shipped throughout North America, retail for $49.99 and will last for as many as 10,000 impressions.