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How to save $49 by waving the "graphic set up"?
Ever since we introduced our “all in one” invitations in 2008, we have received thousands of positive reviews. One question kept coming back. Why the graphic setup? since all the cards on the website do not include this fee (it does seem unusual at first.)
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Woof! 🐶 Check out these adorable custom business cards we made for Country Dog Services in Blue Ridge, TX! Hey are soooo cute! This is literally my face -----> ☺️ as dog lovers here at ForeverFiances, we are smitten with these cards for the amazing Country Dog Services, who are the most warmhearted and fuzzy, kind people ever! If you are in Texas and need only the best care for your furry friend, please visit www.countrydogservices.com They'll get to PLANT these seeded business cards. Embedded with native wildflowers, these are like treats for humans! 🙃 #dogs#dogsofinstagram#dog#countrydogs#cute#art#design#businesscards#greenbusinesscards#greenbusinessprint#green#paper#amazing#happy#cards#handmade#recycled#plantablecard#plantablepaper#plants#seeds#gardening#foreverfiances#adorable#sweet#texas#california#smallbusiness#local#locallymade
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Sophisticed All in One invitations (on plantable paper)
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Favorite Love Wedding Quotes
Whatever our souls are made of,
Love is like pi - natural, irrational, and very important
Our 10 Favorite Rustic Wedding Invitations
#1. By the CampfireBy the Campfire is illustrated with an artistic drawing of a campfire. It is a relaxing scene where you can gather your friends and family to share in the love you have found with your soon to be bride or groom. Have a truly unique wedding reception under the stars with the fire burning bright, like the fire that will burn deep in your hearts for the rest of your lives.
Bar/Bat Mitzvah Invitation Etiquette
Time FrameWe recommend ordering your invitations about 3 months before your event. You want to make sure your guests receive the invitation at least one month in advance. We recommend to send the invitations 4-6 weeks before the date of the event. Standard etiquette is to request a response (RSVP) for the party 3 weeks in advance. No RSVP is needed for the ceremony, as it is open to the entire congregation. It is common for the family to host a private party or luncheon after the service, this is where the RSVP comes into play! It is also customary to leave the party details off the general invitation and include an insert card for those invited to the private celebration.
Leave a Lasting Impression with Plantable Business Cards
Thicker than your standard business card, they are embedded with wildflower seeds or garden herbs. A great conversation starter, and a perfect way to get your foot in the door. These cards will make your business more memorable and attract the clientele that appreciate great quality and green materials. Invite your customers to plant your card.
Fall in Love with our Fall Wedding Invitations
Fall ColorsCreated for fall weddings, the Fall Colors design captures the raw beauty of fall with these delicate leaves decorated in vibrant shades of yellow, orange and red. Our Deep Orange font color compliments this design perfectly to really tie in the whole fall wedding theme. Below you will find our classic invitation, response card, All-in-One invitation, and matching place card.
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Our Favorite French Champagnes for your Wedding
Krug Champagne, founded by Joseph Krug in 1843, is a champagne house based in Reims.
Krug Champagne Grand Cuvee, Sparkling Wine, Champagne, France, 750ml
Krug Champagne "Clos de Mesnil" 1995 Sparkling Wine, Champagne, France, 750ml
Krug Champange Vintage Brut 1995, France, 750ml
Krug Champagne Vintage Brut 2000, France, 750ml
Reviews of ForeverFiances on The Knot
What is The Knot?The Knot is a collection of everything wedding related! It is a compilation of inspirations, planning, vendors, wedding websites and more. Planning 101 will give you inspiration from real weddings, showcasing pictures, venues, wedding dresses, and invitations like our unique invites from ForeverFiances! You can find catering services, photographers, jewelry (engagement and wedding rings) and anything you need to prepare for your wedding.
Latest ReviewWe love hearing feedback from our customers and truly appreciate the time and energy spent to share your feedback to the online community and potential clients. Your words mean the world to us! We thrive on customer satisfaction. Here is the latest review from one of our happy customers, posted on The Knot:
Beautiful invitations that are good for the earth too!Reviewed on 6/23/2015 Amanda M
"We were so happy to find ForeverFiance's and their sustainable invitations. They make beautiful, unique, plantable invitations, and also use recycled paper. Their commitment to sustainability is absolutely wonderful. The process of creating our invitations, from receiving samples, creating proofs, and placing our final order, was easy and convenient. They were very professional and responsive. Our invitations arrived yesterday and they are beautiful. We also purchased matching thank you cards on seeded paper, and we keep getting compliments about them! We would definitely recommend them. "
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Creative Business Thank You Cards to Wow Your Clients!
Time Slows Down with Country Wedding Invitations
Southern CharmOne of our new designs for 2015 is perfect for a countryside wedding, nestled under your favorite tree. Relax and sit back in the shade with these classic and rustic invites. This tree is inspired by the charm and elegance of the South, with the slow and friendly pace big city folk don't get to enjoy. Don't forget to thank your guests with the matching thank you notes. Let them continue to celebrate by placing plantable table cards on their table for the reception so they can plant a patch of wildflowers in remembrance of your special day.
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5 Colorful Wedding Invitations You'll Love
Whether you are getting married next Spring, this upcoming Summer, or even Autumn, we are sure to have something that will tickle your fancy. All of our invitations can be fully customized with your text, along with choice of fonts and colors. Most of our watercolor designs cannot be altered but use your wedding colors for the font colors and dazzle your guests!
Magnificent Mountain Birch Tree Wedding Suite
UNIQUE POSTCARD FORMATIt even folds up into a postcard, ready to mail our with our adhesive mail tabs (3 per invite) or our Eco-envelopes. These are premium translucent envelopes, best of all, made from plants! These are included for plantable paper All-in-Ones but can be added to your recycled paper order for an additional cost. But not to worry, our Mountain Birch Seal n' Send invitation will hold together with our super adhesive mail tabs, on the woodsy 100% recycled paper. Add one sticker in the middle of the top flap, then two around the sides, making a half circle on the front and back of the now ready-to-mail postcard!
PostageLet's talk postage! Now you may want to talk to your local Post Office clerk, because we've heard different stories from customers in different parts of the country. You may be able to get away with a regular First Class (currently $0.49) stamp, but here's what we recommend:
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What is so special about our plantable paper?
- First of all - it's plantable!!
- Secondly, it is handmade with great care.
- The list can go on and on but let's hit the other key factors:
50 Shades of Purple!
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Quite possibly the greenest invitations on Earth!
Inspired by French Lavender Fields
How to address your plantable All in One invitations + Eco-envelopes
"Tree All in One Invitations" | Our Tree by ForeverFiances.com
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This format requires a $0.71 stamp
Your wedding deserves the greenest invitations! Printed on 100% recycled, seeded paper which blooms into wildflowers (once planted). Featured in Nature's Green on cream plantable paper, using our unique send and sealed format.
*Also available with any custom text (non-wedding). Popular with non-profit environmental organizations!
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Wedding Invitation Wording Etiquette
AbbreviationsThe standard that is socially accepted is that all words should be written out on wedding invitations. Avoid abbreviations for addresses. View the exceptions below.
Example: “Street” instead of “St.”, “Avenue” instead of “Ave.”, “Ohio” instead of “OH”.
- Honorifics may be abbreviated (Mr., Mrs., Ms., Dr., military rank, etc.).
- “St.” may be used for “Saint”.
- Numerical time should use the abbreviations “a.m.” and “p.m.”.
- “Junior” or “Senior”, when used in a name, are correctly abbreviated “Jr.” or “Sr.”. They should always be separated from the last name by a comma such as Casey Jones, Sr.
TimeInvitations are proper when time is spelled out. Numerals may be used on insert cards.
Time should be spelled out.
Time should never be capitalized.
Time, on the hour, should be followed by “o’clock” (Note: lowercase and apostrophe).
Do not use “o’clock” if the time is not on the hour.
Time, not on the hour, should be hyphenated. Example: “five-thirty” instead of “five thirty” or “five forty-five” instead of “five forty five”.
Time should always be followed by “in the morning”, “noon”, “in the afternoon”, “in the evening”, or “midnight”.
12:00 a.m. is midnight
Any other a.m. is morning.
12:00 p.m. is noon.
12:01 p.m. – 5:59 p.m. is afternoon.
6:00 p.m.- 11:59 p.m. is evening.
Time may be spelled out, following the invitation rules above, or numerals may be used.
When numerals are used, they should be followed by “a.m.” or “p.m.” (Note: lowercase and periods)
“Immediately” may be used as a replacement for time. The use of “immediately” and a time is redundant.
Example: “Dinner immediately following ceremony” is correct, whereas “Dinner immediately following ceremony at seven o’clock in the evening” is incorrect.
DatesOn the insert cards, date and time formats should be consistent. If time is not provided, you may spell out the date, abbreviate it, or use a numerical date.
Date should be spelled out.
Date should be before the day of the week, spelled out.
Day of the week and date should be separated by a comma.
Year is printed on a separate line and may be omitted.
Month and year should not be separated by a comma.
Example: “on Sunday, the ninth of September
Two thousand and fifteen”
If time is used on the insert card, be consistent with the date. In other words, when spelling out the time, spell out the date. If you use numerical time, use a numerical date.
If time is not used, any of the following formats are acceptable:
on Sunday, the ninth of September
on Sunday, September 9, 2015
on Sunday, September 9th
September 9, 2015
SymbolsSymbols have become increasingly popular, but still remain a social faux pas. We say go for it! Example: “Mr. & Mrs.” instead of “Mr. and Mrs.”
Zip CodesZip codes do not belong on invitations or most insert cards. They are appropriate on envelopes and RSVP envelopes.
CapitalizationEtiquette dictates the following protocol:
Names of people and places are always capitalized.
“intersection” as in “intersection of Broadway and College Avenues” is not capitalized.
When spelling out the year, capitalize the “t” in Two: Two thousand and fifteen.
Sentences or each new paragraph on an invitation always begin with a capital letter.
SpellingHave someone else proofread your wording, paying close attention to proper nouns. Many common words are often misspelled, or misused. Example: "night" is better than "nite". Don't confuse "to" or "too".
GrammarPronouns should be consistent throughout your invitations. Use first person pronouns (I, we, us, our and me), or third person pronouns (them, they, their).
Do not use punctuation at the end of a line, such as commas and periods, in your invitation wording.
And vs. ToWhen parents for both bride and groom are issuing the invitation, the word between the bride and groom’s names should be “and”, not “to”.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Remmington
Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Schmidt
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their children
When the invitations are issued by parent(s) of just the bride or just the groom, the word between the bride and groom’s names should be “to”, not “and”.
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Remmington
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Mr. Richard Alpert
Respond DateResponse date should be two to four weeks before the wedding date.
Response date should always be before the wedding date.
Believe it or not, people actually get these dates confused.
ConsistencyUse the same ink color on your invitations and insert cards.
Use the same type-style on your invitations and insert cards.
Use insert cards that match your invitations.
*All of our designs can be made into a full wedding suite with matching RSVP, insert cards, place cards, menus, programs and thank you notes.
Additional TipsMake sure you have filled out all necessary information for every item.
Use our online form to submit your text:
To be safe order extra invitations. It is better to order a few extra initially than it is to order a few extra later. As the quantity increases, the price per invitation goes down.
How far away is your wedding date?
- Send Save The Date cards 6 to 12 months before the wedding
- Send Invitations 4 to 6 weeks before the wedding
San Diego Bar Mitzvah Invitations
Star Bar Mitzvah InvitationsThe Star of David is a very important symbol in the Jewish religion and traditional celebrations will include some decorations of this popular icon. It is known in Hebrew as the Shield of David. It is in the shape of a hexagram, combining two triangles. Having a classic symbol of Judaism printed on our plantable paper will help create the most memorable bar mitzvah invitations your guests will ever receive. Boston does just that, it is a simple design with the Star of David stretched out to create a border for your text. The Star is widespread and takes up the entire card, just as San Diego County stretches vast and encompasses the shore, mountains and desert.
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