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First impressions are everything! Your wedding invitations are the first impression your guest have of you on your big day! You want your invitations to be a breathtaking keepsake! Plain and simple you want your invitations to be  “#weddinggoals!” Think of your wedding invitations as the trailer to your big day! You want something that will grab the attention of your guest and have them waiting on the edge of their seats.  According to Wedding Lovely, there are three important factors to consider when creating your wedding invitations, “Setting the Tone, Creating Anticipation and Excitement, and Providing Pertinent Information.”

Let the amazing stationary design team at  Papered Wonders, Inc. handle the creative printing for you!


Photos by Papered Wonders Inc


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Papered Wonders, INC. is a custom design and print studio that takes pleasure in creating quintessential stationery for each of their unique clients.  Lisa Zachery and April Davenport are the creative minds behind the unique perspective of Papered Wonders, INC.  invitation designs.


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“At Papered Wonders, we allow your design and print dreams to take flight. We engage in a specialized process that ensures each piece of stationery, whether professional or personal, speaks to who you really are. Your uniqueness is the catalyst for every “papered wonder” that we create. Each of our clients is purely wondrous inspiration for what we do at Papered Wonders, Inc. We transform your papered dreams into papered realities.”

                                                                               Photo by Papered Wonders, INC.

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Be sure to check out the dynmaic duo of Papered Wonders, Inc. for your future events!

Exciting Wedding Trends for 2016

Being on trends comes in handy in many places, especially when you have a million and one decisions to make for your wedding! Bridal Guide with the help of some of today’s leading experts in weddings, explores some of the hottest wedding trends for 2016! These are some fun and creative ideas to add to your personal style on your big day!


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              Metallics are surprisingly versatile, says New York City event-planning guru Harriette Rose Katz. “Depending on how and where you bring them into your celebration,” she says, “they can be elegant, whimsical, or very natural.” –Bridal Guide


Photo by: Society Bride

            Be seated. “Couples are moving away from a reception layout based on large round tables, which has a tendency to feel too much like a conference event, and are instead opting for either very long, rectangular tables or a mix of long tables surrounded by smaller square and round tables — all for a more intimate vibe. “-  Bridal Guide



 Photo by: Southern Bride and Groom

            His and hers cocktails. What better way to give your guests a glimpse of who you are than by serving them your favorite libations? Laesserkeck points out that this trend is not only easier on the budget (no more guesstimating for an open bar) but it’s an instant conversation starter.- Bridal Guide


Photo by: Brides

            Naked cakes, which are unfrosted (or partially frosted) and simply adorned with berries or fresh flowers, are trending from coast to coast — and at both relaxed receptions and more formal affairs, says Nataly from the Great Dane Baking Company in Long Beach, California.-Bridal Guide


Photo by: The Willetts

            Photos for days. Couples are booking PPA photographers for more than just the big day itself, hiring pros to capture the entire wedding weekend — sometimes even an entire week — with family and friends, to ensure the full-on experience is forever on film.-Bridal Guide

Four Ways to Add a Touch of Glamour to Your Wedding {feat. Janel Elise Events}

If you’re a bride to be with an affinity for flounce, frills, and all things extravagant, you’ll need the right planner to find design elements that fit with your definition of glam. Janel Elise Events has an affinity for designing vibrant and elegant weddings that you and your guests will be sure to remember. Here are a few elements she has used to bring an extra hint of flair to ceremonies in the past.


  1. Pearl Details


Photos: Dolce Amore Photography

If you want decor that looks soft and dainty (but glamorous all the same), pearls can give a feminine, sophisticated look to your reception.


2. Feather Centerpieces

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from @janeleliseevents on Instagram

Adding feather centerpiece like this one to your reception tables would make a fabulous statement, especially if you’re going for a bold, Old Hollywood style. If you want to go the extra mile, incorporate subtle feather details into your bridal look!


3. Hints of Purple

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Photos: Taun Henderson Photography

Purple has long been associated with royalty, so including it in your color scheme will give your wedding an air of luxury. In this wedding, the bride wore purple heels and carried a lilac and cream colored bouquet while the groom wore a deep purple bow tie and a lavender dress shirt. This is a perfect example of how using a neutral color palette with pops of purple is a great way to make a glamorous statement at your ceremony.


4.  Subtle Damask Accents

from Janel Elise Events-Atlanta Wedding Planner on Facebook

If you’re looking for a way to incorporate a lavish air to your wedding decor but still want it to look light and airy, subtle damask accents will work wonders. For instance, these gold damask vases give just the right amount of elegance to this modern reception table.



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Vendor Spotlight: Bloomin’ Bouquets
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Left to right: Assistant Designer Maeghan Cranford, Event Planner Sarah Provow, Floral Designer JoAnn Jones, Assistant Designer Allison Johnson


If you’re beginning to plan your wedding, you’ve likely discovered that choosing flowers is a challenging task. The experts at Bloomin’ Bouquets can simplify the process by creating unique arrangements based on your vision. In this Vendor Spotlight, head designer JoAnn Jones discusses her creative inspiration for Bloomin’ Bouquets, as well as a few tips about the company.


Where are you located?

All of Bloomin’ Bouquets creative work happens in our studio in Roswell, but we meet most of our clients at StudioWed or at their venue.

Do you offer services to clients outside of Atlanta?

Many of our brides have moved away from home for college and their careers, but they like to come home to Atlanta to celebrate with family.  It is easy to share creative ideas over long distance with ease through the internet and Pinterest.

How far in advance should clients begin meeting with you?

One year before their wedding, some have even started planning two years before their wedding. There are peak times for the Atlanta area, after Easter during spring, April and May, is beautiful and the weather is so wonderfully cool, so Bloomin’ Bouquets is pretty busy.  During the fall, October, around the south we book quickly on dates that our footballs teams are playing away games.

When did you know you wanted to become a floral designer?

JoAnn Jones, floral designer with Bloomin’ Bouquets has been interested in art her whole life.  It is an intense view of the world.  Flowers are now my palette of colors to create living art through bouquets.

Maggie's wedding bouquet consists of light pink roses, white roses, spray roses, eucalyptus, berries, red freesia and other greenery. Cream and deep red ribbon is tied on the bouquet to create a unique element.: Maggie and David's cake is topped and decorated with with spray roses, coral roses, hydrangeas, and berries.:


What is your favorite floral design trend at the moment?

Bloomin’ Bouquets’ clients are unique and use succulent for casual and extravagant weddings.  Succulents have that unusual blue green color and smooth texture. Succulents change color when the days are shorter and the temperature falls, turning to a soft pink some are deep eggplant. Succulents can blend well with the unique texture of fall dahlias.   We are also seeing a trend towards mixing metals. The mixing of the metals makes for such a great, unique look.  CANDLES, we love to use lots of candles to create a soft, romantic look.  Is there ever enough candlelight?

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Paul's boutonniere features curly willow, succulents, and seeded eucalyptus:







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Do you have a favorite flower?

Bloomin’ doesn’t have a favorite flower or a favorite color.  Or even a favorite style!  They all work differently together and next to each other. I am always looking for combinations of color and texture for flowers, linen and even in the event spaces.  This is called ‘juxtaposition’ the instance of placing things close together or side by side, especially for comparison or contrast.

What makes your service unique?

Bloomin Bouquets is a unique floral and event design company that combines classic creativity with innovation to bring our clients a unique approach to each floral design.

Atlanta has remarkable floral talent ranging across many styles, we all respect our family and what we have learned from them.  Flowers evoke many emotions from the roses your grandmother grew to the smell of wildflowers during a hike.  We pride ourselves on listening to our client’s ideas. We value our relationships with our clients and vendors who work together and pulling it all together to create that one look for your special day!

What is something that most people don’t know about you or your business?

We began this business as “older” ladies just hoping to create a hobby that would keep us busy as our children had grown and left the proverbial nest.  However that “hobby” has turned into a full fledged business and we couldn’t be prouder.

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Where can I contact you to learn more about Bloomin’ Bouquets?

Call us 770-355-1323. We also like for our brides to fill out the ‘Consultation Form’ on the Bloomin’ Bouquets website: .  Email us photos of ideas and your dress!  This helps us think of ideas that will fit your dreams.


Be sure to check out Bloomin’ Bouquets on Facebook, PinterestInstagram, and their blog!



Photo Credit

Bloomin’ Bouquets: The Bloomin’ Team

Maggie’s Wedding Bouquet · Maggie and David’s Wedding Cake

Tonya’s Bouquet · Paul’s Boutonniere

Ellen & Brooks: Bridesmaid Bouquet · Ellen & Brooks: Table Arrangement

Valentine’s Day Wedding Shoot-Bridal Bouquet · Valentine’s Day Wedding Shoot-Table Arrangement