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From the Spring/Summer 2015 issue of The Wedding Ring ONTARIO Magazine
Photo, above: hrmphotography.com (review)
Tracy Schabl, owner of DoubleTake Invitations, offers a fresh, unique approach to invitations, not to mention endless stock choices and competitive pricing (in Tracy’s own words, “custom doesn’t have to mean expensive!”) All of these factors come together to make up just a part of what Ontario bride’s love most about Tracy’s work. In this featured expert tip, Tracy shares some of her company’s favourite stationery suites from recent weddings.
Rustic Trends [Image, above] Rustic Invitations were a very popular choice for DoubleTake’s clients this year. The combination of a chalkboard design, textured chocolate “bark” pocketfold, pop of metallic blue and orange and mason jar elements helped to make this invitation suite stand out.
Personalize your message [Image, above: 2tonestudios.ca] With the option to personalize both sides of a reception stable stationery piece, you can share two personal messages with guests. In this example, seen right, the bride and groom display a menu on one side and a thank you note on the other. These were placed on each table throughout the reception, offering a warm welcome to readers.
Shaping Up Your Stationery [Image, above: 2tonestudios.ca] The unique shape of this wedding invitation will make your quests take notice. Blue pops of colour add to the distinct design.
Vintage Fall Fair Makes For Stylish Invitations [Image, above] Fresh, fall colours work together to create a whimsical “Fall Fair” vintage style design, complete with Ferris wheel seal and coordinated seating chart – perfect for this couples “fall fair” themed wedding!
Winery Style Wedding Stationery [Image, above: willowandgrey.com] This Save the Date Postcard includes images of wine barrels to tie perfectly with this vineyard wedding.
Rainbows & Daisy’s [Image above: 2tonestudios.ca] Colourful daisies in rainbow colours make these booklet style wedding invitations romantic, memorable and fun.
Dramatic Damask [Image, above] This elegant design features the drama of a black and white damask pattern, bold pink accents, an elegant script and a black border for a modern finish.
Rustic Chic [Images above: hrmphotography.com (review)] Lace adds elegance to this invitation suite with twine and textured bark cardstock and envelopes creating a “city meets country.”
DoubleTake Invitations can be reached by email or by phone (226-338-3413), visit their website.
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