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{Sponsored Post}: Introducing The Print Parlor!

July 10, 2012 / 12 Comments

Are you still on the hunt for the perfect wedding stationery to compliment your style as a couple? Well, look no further because I recently discovered an impressive collection full of lovely designs. The Print Parlor is an eco-couture stationery and design studio based in Orange County, California that was created by Jennifer Breuss and Jesse Ocon. What I love most of all is that all of the stationery is completely original to The Print Parlor, but each design can be customized to allow a couple’s style to shine through.

While the invitations are categorized by color, The Print Parlor can incorporate any of the couple’s wedding colors into the design! All invitation designs have matching rsvp/enclosure cards as well as coordinating ''day of'' products like wedding programs, menus, wedding wish tree tags and even place cards.

In addition, if you should have other printed material you'd like to add, Jennifer is more than happy to work with the couple to accommodate them. The Print Parlor also offers Save The Dates, which can be modified to include your photo, and can be made as a flat card with an envelope or a postcard style.

The Print Parlor proudly presents all designs on eco-friendly, beautifully textured, heavyweight paper stock that has Green Seal and Green-e certifications. And what's best is their devotion to providing exceptional customer service in every way. So if you're still on the hunt for the perfect stationery, be sure to check out this collection! Go ahead and take a peek... you're sure to find some beautiful designs! Oh, and if you find something you love be sure to mention that you found their shop via The Perfect Palette to receive 10% off your save the dates or invitations!

{Shimmer + Shine}: A Palette of Gray, Silver + White

July 5, 2012 / 34 Comments
{Gray, Silver + White}

Just when I thought that I had uncovered every way to combine touches of whimsy and elegance...the idea of combining silver with touches of gray and white came to mind! These shimmery hues look so amazing together! Looking for a palette that is full of endless possibilities? Why not try this one on for size. It's timeless, it's beautiful and let's face it... who doesn't love a little sparkle? I for one am a huge fan of anything that shimmers and shines. And for that reason alone, I'm in love with this look. {continued...}

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Details We Love
Heart Shaped Cake Toppers + Headpiece

Looking to add a little pizazz to your wedding day? Why not incorporate lovely accessories like these? I absolutely love this vintage styled headpiece and what could be more fun than silver heart shaped cake toppers? It's details like these that make each wedding so beautiful and unique. So why not add a little sparkle to your day?

{Little Classic Bride}: Black, Antique Gold, Silver + White

July 3, 2012 / 24 Comments

{Black, Antique Gold, Silver + White}

When it comes to selecting the perfect color palette for your wedding.... what types of colors do you find irresistible? Are you a sucker for pinks and purples? Do you lust over lavenders and grays? Or maybe you are finding yourself drawn to more of a streamlined classic look? Perhaps black and white with a touch of silver and gold? I don't know about you, but I really like the way these classic hues play off of one another. And although this palette oozes with classic touches, it's so easy to add a touch of whimsy - like this amazing reception space! Who isn't loving those polka dots? Such a fun way to 'wow' your guests! {continued...}

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Details We Love
Polka Dot Decor + Newlyweds in Love

For me, the best weddings are the those that not only incorporate all kinds of sentimental details, but also the kind that engages the guests in a sort of way that is new and different. I can surely imagine what this reception space would look like filled with guests at cocktail hour or even what it would look like as a dance floor. Such endless possibilities! I think ultimately this design incorporates the best of both worlds in that it's partly classic and partly modern. And what's not to love about that?