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Save the Dates for your Wedding

Do you and your fiancé have a fun photo for your Wedding Save the Dates? The big question is, which design will look best with your photo? Since your wedding stationery is the first impression of the wedding you want it to look amazing!!

Want a free photo preview before deciding to order and hear input from our design experts? Email your photo to info@lovevsdesign.com with the names of your 2 favorite designs and we’ll create your FREE Photo Save the Date Preview(s) for you within 24 hour!

SEE ALL SAVE THE DATES

The right wording for your wedding invitations

Not sure what wording is the proper form to use for your Wedding Invitations? We have put together wedding invitation wording for many different scenarios: 


Get creative and mix and match some of our wording examples or use them to draw inspiration to create your own. You can also see many different wording options in our wedding invitation catalog


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Sweepstakes to win 50 Ultra Thick Holiday Cards

This week we’re giving away 50 Ultra Thick Holiday Cards. One lucky winner will be announced on Monday. You can enter via Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and newsletter sign up. Good luck!

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Enter to win 50 holiday Cards

Have you picked your favorite Holiday Card yet? Don't wait too long, the Holidays are right around the corner! This week we're giving away 1 prize package of 50 Holiday Cards to 1 lucky winner. This sweepstakes is now over, congrats to Kelly H for winning! More Enter to Wins coming up again soon!

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Enter to win a $250 Love vs Design Gift Card

This week we're giving away a $250 Love vs Design Gift Card. This can be used for Wedding Invitations, Holiday Cards, Thank You Cards, Birth Announcements or anything else from our website. 

This sweepstakes is over now. Congrats to Kristen M. for winning, more sweepstakes coming up soon!

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Huge savings on Holiday Cards

The holiday season is approaching quickly, which means hot chocolate by the fire, decorating your house, and sending out holiday cards to your family and friends. 

The Love vs Design Holiday Collection offers many modern and fun designs! There are also plenty of cards for special occasions such as Newlywed Holiday Cards, Baby's First Christmas Cards, Pet Holiday Cards and Corporate Holiday Cards. Personalize your design colors, photos and holiday greeting! 

before the procession

Left: Winter Animals, photo: Studio Castillero | Right: Merry and Bright, photo: Amelia Lyon

before the procession

Left card: Simple Seal Multi | Right card: Brilliance, photos: Joie Lala

before the procession

Left card: Vivid Print | Right card: Retro Greeting

before the procession

Left card: Cherish | Right card: Twinkling, photos: Laura Izumikawa

Custom Wedding Guest Books

We are excited to launch our new line of Custom Wedding Guest Books! They have a premium look and feel, a hard casebound cover with matte lamination. Each book is complete with a white ribbon attached at the top of the spine, perfect for a wedding or party guest book. Guest books can be personalized with your own wording and colors on the front, back and side.

Available in 2 sizes:
  • 5.75” x 7.5” | 146mm x 191mm with120 lined pages
  • 8” x 10” | 203mm x 254mm with 100 blank pages
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custom wedding guest books
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custom wedding guest books
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custom wedding guest books

Our Love vs Design Guest Books are available to match all 200+ wedding invitation suites. See all designs here in our Wedding Guest Book Catalog.

Enter for a chance to win a custom wedding guest book in the size 8" x 10", valued at $69! Leave a comment on this blog post with the name of your favorite guest book design. Winner will be announced Monday July 28!

Alphabet Poster Printable

This Alphabet Poster is perfect for your nursery or kids room, it can also be a great gift for your friends and family with small children. Available in 3 sizes, Small, Medium and Large, this printable Alphabet Poster is easy to print on your own personal printer, or you can have it printed at a local print shop or copy center. This PDF is set up as 1 Alphabet poster per page and can be printed for personal use. 

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custom wedding guest books

To keep our prices low we're unable to customize the wording or color of this printable.

It's very easy to purchase the PDF of this Alphabet Poster:

  • Step 1: Pick the size you want and add this item to your cart
  • Step 2: Go through the Secure Check Out
  • Step 3: Within minutes you'll receive an email with a link to download your PDF.

Its easy to print and cut these items:

  • Step 1: Open your PDF in either Acrobat, Photoshop or Illustrator.
  • Step 2: Print on card stock if your printer can print this size, or have this printed at a local printer.
  • Step 3: Trim using crop marks with an X-Acto knife or paper cutter.

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Thank You Cards with your Wedding Photo

Sending a handwritten Thank You Card during your wedding planning process, or after your wedding is over, will go a long way. It shows that you truly appreciate the help, and / or wedding presents you’ve received.

Photo Thank You Cards are a fun way to share your favorite wedding photos with your guests. Our Thank You Cards are available as folded A2 sized cards (5.5" x 4.25" folded | 140mm x 108mm) or as Thank You Postcards size: 4" x 6" | 102mm x 152mm.

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Do you want to see a free preview of your wedding photo in your favorite Thank You Card Design? Just email your photo to info@lovevsdesign.com and we’ll create up to 2 digital previews, free of charge. (* free previews include standard wording as shown on thank you card).

To see all available designs, head over to our Thank You Cards Collection and Thank You Postcard Collection.

Wedding Planner Spotlight: Rebekah from A & B Creative

In this month's Wedding Planner Spotlight, we are so excited to introduce the talented Rebekah Carey McNall, owner of A & B Creative. She lives with her husband Alex and two sweet pups in Oakland and they spend part of the year in Oregon, where they are both from. We love the styling for the different weddings, events and shoots she has been a part of. She shares with us several great wedding planning tips, insights about the latest wedding trends, the right questions to ask a wedding planner and much more.

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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative

How did you get your start in wedding planning?
My foray into wedding and event design began with designing store vignettes and window displays. It was so much fun to create a little story within each look. That joy along with the fact that I have always loved and been fascinated by people's stories led me to desire being able to tell a couple's story through their wedding design.

What is your forecast for 2014 trends? Any trends in particular are you loving right now?
I'm really a fan of the organic pared-down style that we're seeing right now. I love wild floral arrangements that seem like they're still growing out of their vessels, linens that look like they were hang dried in the sun, and even a little wrinkled. I think weddings in 2014 are going to continue to be more and more bespoke with focus on very special and important details for the couple.

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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative
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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative

Best favor you’ve seen?
I loved the honey favors one of our couples gave their guests that was harvested from the bride's family farm, which was also the wedding venue. Another that was just plain cool was almost three years ago when a groom 3D printed little airplanes for all of the guests, I had never seen that technology at that point.

Tell us one detail you cherish at a wedding.
I can't get enough of vows. Watching a couple's eyes when they're locked on each other and they're professing and promising their love for each other is so intense, and it feels so incredibly intimate (and lucky) to be able to witness that again and again. It's also invariably the moment when I turn to Alex (my husband and partner who I work with at every one of our weddings) and say, "let's get married again!"

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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative

Do you have an ideal timeline for planning a wedding?
I really don't! I have worked with couples whose weddings are over a year away all the way to just eight weeks before. The ideal time to plan your wedding should be as much time as you need not to feel overly stressed and pressured.

How do you ensure a bride and groom’s personality is reflected in the wedding, rather than the wedding planner’s personality?
Honestly, making sure that the couple's personality is reflected in the wedding design is my first and foremost concern. I start by finding out what is most important to them, any inside jokes, their "story" and any cultural elements they want to incorporate. With learning those details in the beginning I can help them to make sure that their big day does in fact feel truly theirs.

When someone is looking for a planner, what are some good questions to ask at the meeting?
Definitely being up front about your expectations right from the beginning is huge. Everyone works differently so asking specific questions will help you to get a better feel for your planner. Also, keep in mind that all through the wedding planning process, however long yours is, this is going to be the person you communicate with the most. Make sure that you really like them as a person in addition to trusting them to advocate for you both.

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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative
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Rebekah Carey McNall A & B Creative

Tips for brides and grooms planning their wedding.
Honoring your family is important, however don't forget that this is your wedding. From not being pressured into choices you're not on board with from family or friends, to really, the internet. There are so many beautiful blogs and magazines and places to gather wedding inspiration, that it can be overwhelming. I recommend having a cut-off date from looking at those items before your wedding. If you choose some of those designs last minute they'll be out of impulse and not because they're special or significant to you and your partner.

For a lot more wedding ideas, inspiration, styled shoots and to get in touch with Rebekah, visit her A & B Creative website.

Photo credits:
* Photo of Rebekah by Erich McVey 
* Family tree and table set-up photos by Kris Holland 
* Couple photo by Jessica Roberts
* Drink display photo by Paige Jones
* Long table with garland photo by Delbarr Moradi 

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