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March 1, 2012

I never posted this feature!  It’s also from Arizona Bride magazine.  Their article is below on our invitation in the Sinamay Envelope :) In the bottom feature, I created a silk box invitation in yellow, gray, and black that was filled with little paper flowers and tied with a double-faced satin, yellow ribbon.

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For a destination wedding in Sedona, the bride wanted something unique but as timeless as her parents’ wedding invitation. Defining her style as “rustic elegance,” designer Kelsey Murrietta, of Flossy Stylish Design, created an elegant look with hand-painted paper from India and a black satin ribbon, and added a rustic touch by enclosing all the pieces in a sinamay envelope. Rendering the design in simple black and ivory for a traditional feel, the invite was calligraphed on a heavy cotton paper. Inserts included a directions card, ceremony card and an RSVP postcard tucked behind the invitation.

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The first peek at your wedding’s signature style is the invitation. Make a good first impression by choosing an invite that reflects your personality. Don’t be afraid of color and patterns—they’re quickly becoming the norm for wedding invitations, say these Arizona stationers.

“The wedding invitations this year are classic and clean,” says Jennifer Rodriguez, owner ofBelle Paperie. She recommends pinstripes, bold stripes or even a single bold line to make your invitations stand out from the crowd. Whatever you decide, keep it personal. “Customization is still the key with our brides. Many have even requested that their patterns be carried on to the envelope,” Rodriguez says.

Kelsey Murrietta of Flossy Stylish Design and Kelly Ashworth of Kelly Ashworth Designs agree that pockets continue to be popular as a way to hold RSVP cards, maps, accommodation information, etc. Just remember the more items you place in the envelope, the greater the postage costs.

As far as color goes, deep, romantic hues are taking the spotlight. “I’m seeing more jewel tones—deep reds, fuchsia, purple—incorporated into not only stationery, but in the overall wedding design, as well,” says Ashworth. Having trouble deciding on the right color? You can’t go wrong with classic black and white patterns that make a bold, but understated, statement.

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   posted in..... News, invitations   
March 1, 2012

These stationers thought outside the box to design one-of-a-kind invites for local brides.

Our Save the Date and Invitation for Stephanie & Brett was featured in the Spring/Summer 2012 issue of Arizona Bride (Feature #4 Above).  Stephanie had a fun Fuchsia and Tangerine color scheme.  We used a Pocketfold from Envelopments and featured custom flower artwork and two rhinestones.  The Save the Date was a Magnet!  Fun times.

You can view more photos from her wedding at

November 3, 2011

We are now offering Letterpress Cards on 100% Pure Cotton Paper!  You can choose from the designs below and then we can customize the rest of the card with your desired color scheme, photo, and message.  These are fantastic for Christmas Cards, Save the Dates, Announcements, etc.  Please e-mail me at for pricing information and additional information.


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February 23, 2011


It’s time to vote for the Annual Arizona Bride Magazine Best of awards!  Flossy Stylish Design has been in the top three for the invitation category for the past couple of years, so I really appreciate all of your support.  Let me know if you have any questions! Make sure you vote for In Awe Weddings at the bottom for Top of the Tiara!  You can only vote once.  Please e-mail me at  if you need voting suggestions for other fantastic vendors!

Vote Flossy Stylish Design for Best Invitations and In Awe Weddings for Best Planner and Top of the Tiara!

Go to to vote!

NOTE: At least six categories must be completed for your vote to count. Only one vote per individual will be counted. Out-of-state vendors will not be considered.

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February 23, 2011

Recently, Emily Estfan of EME Photography posted on her blog about a feature in Arizona Bride Magazine.  Please check out her blog at to see photos of the feature.  You can see Flossy paper products and some more great photos of Carina and Scott.