Hello beautiful! I hope you’re having the loveliest week. I have a very special offer for you and your best girls to share today – come and learn beautiful lettering for your wedding, and save 10% when you book!
Back in June, lovely Laura from Inbetween Days Photography came along to a calligraphy workshop in Manchester. She was a whizz with a calligraphy pen – like so many of you amazingly talented people from the internet, she was writing like a pro within 2 hours of picking up a funky pen for the very first time! She also takes the most amazing photos – you can discover her here:
Shhhh… I have a very special offer for you this afternoon, designed to help you lovely brides-to-be absolutely WOW your guests with the prettiest wedding invitations you can imagine.
One of my favourites from the English Wedding Blog Shop, the Pink Peony wedding invitation, is just so prettily perfect for summer weddings.
Save 10% on your entire order!
From today until the end of June, if you order these invitations with matching RSVP cards, quote the code SAVE-10 for a 10% discount on your entire order. You’re welcome!
I’d be willing to bet actual money that more than one person has already told you, don’t sweat the small stuff.
But that doesn’t mean you can’t fall in love with those exquisite little details which will make your wedding beautiful…
This is how I spend my time when I’m not writing the English Wedding Blog.
Summer days are spent with my pen and inks, scribing names onto the most exquisite papers and working with brides and grooms to create beautiful styling touches for their weddings. I hope you like them!
Here’s the thing: you’d never use a ‘standard wording’ for any other letter to your friends and family. If you send letters or notecards to anyone, ever, then 1) you’re awesome! and 2) I bet they’re fun to read.
When you send your wedding invitations, don’t google ‘wedding invitation wordings’ (or worse – ‘standard invitation wordings’). In this case, Google is unintentionally evil with the results it throws back.
Contrary to what it tells you, etiquette is over.
You don’t need to follow any centuries-old rules to get your wedding invitations right!