Archive for June, 2009
There was a tie between Melanie and Kirk’s fans and Aimee and Matthew’s program booklets, so I drew names for each!
Voter for Aimee and Matt Winner— Jen!
Voter for Melanie and Kirk Winner— Kate!
Bride and Groom Winner— Aimee and Matt & Melanie and Kirk
www.flossystylishdesign.net is now the #1 spot for everything Flossy. Any new contests, photos, ideas, information, etc. will be posted on this website.
Now for the contest info…
I want to know your favorite paper idea from the past few weddings. Please vote under this post. The items you are voting on:
Sarah and Jason’s Seating Chart board
Melanie and Kirk’s Program Fans
Melissa and Bryan’s Candy Tins (which also acted as seating escort cards)
Leah and Ryan’s Personalized M&M Shot Glasses (which also acted as seating escort cards)
Aimee and Matthew’s little Booklet Programs
Jenna and Michael’s Menus
Julia and Mike’s round escort cards hanging in the tree
I will randomly draw the winner from the voters of the winning paper item. The winner will receive 25 personalized notecards or 15% off of a future order.
The bride and groom with the winning paper product will also receive a 15% discount off of a future order. This discount would be great to use for Christmas cards as well!
Simply post the name of the couple/paper product and your e-mail.
Some of the posts that you’re voting on will be under previous posts. There is a previous post link at the bottom of the page. If you have questions, feel free to ask! CONTEST ENDS on Friday the 26th .
Sarah and Jason were married on May 2nd in Michigan. Sarah and I worked across many miles to create invitations, programs, placecards, a seating board, menus, thank-you notes, favor cards, etc. For their invitations, we used a black pocket, ivory linen papers with fuchsia accents, and we placed a small rhinestone on the flourish on the inside of the invite. They used their monogram as a front label and also throughout the other paper products. We created custom menus with black and fuchsia borders. Their programs were elegant booklets with the ivory linen paper and black covers. We placed the monogram on the front and finished them with a fuchsia ribbon. They used the “D” from their monogram to create a really cool ice sculpture as well. I have missed the many long e-mails we sent back and forth, but Sarah happily reported that they had a fantastic wedding day. Thanks to JS Photography for the photos!