Embracing a Healthy Family: cherry blossom invitation
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Showing posts with label cherry blossom invitation. Show all posts

Trendy Prints Photo Cards & Invitation Review

I received a sample photo invitation today from Trendy Prints Photo Cards & Invitations.  The invitation is light weight but has a great glossy appearance.  It's in an aloha theme so the flowers in the background glisten differently from the rest of the card providing an extra quality in the printing.  Since we used to live in Hawaii, sending the Aloha version was a plus as I'm partial!

If you aren't familar with Trendy Prints, you can create and preview online, all cards ship in 1-2 days and the unbelievable part is, all cards are .99 each!  They cover all the important aspects of life:
  • First birthday invitations
  • Photo birthday invitations
  • Photo birth invitations
  • Baby shower invitations
  • Christening invitations
  • Save the Date cards
  • Bridal shower invitations
  • Holiday photo cards
  • Valentine birth announcements

All cards are printed on 100 lb cardstock with their unique matte finish and have envelopes included.  They are color corrected and adjusted by a professional artist before printing.  How many times have you ordered a personalized photo product to only be disappointed due to the quality?  That extra feature will ensure you are getting a high quality product every time you order.

They have a 100% gurantee and as a bonus, they donate a portion of proceeds to charity.

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Cherry Blossom Wedding Ideas on a Budget

My sister was married this past July in my backyard.  The yard is big and gorgeous as it looks like a mini park.  We put up decorations and planted flowers.  I wanted to make it a special occasion so I created keepsakes from Zazzle.  This was a wedding on a budget so we looked for many ways to cut corners.

The first thing I made were magnets:

After still trying to decide which theme to keep, I made some stickers just for fun:

I made a matching bag to hold all of the things I made her:
Lastly, I made the invitations to coordinate with the rest of the items:

Even though no one other than our immediate family was able to attend since they were visiting from Indiana and we lived in Georgia, it was a nice event.  My husband was in Iraq so he missed out as well. 

I would have loved to have made the cake but I'm not that talented.  I was able to have a very nice retired Army spouse make a beautiful cake:

I also saved money by acting as the official photographer.

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