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If anything the RSVP to this invitation is even cooler

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Cute Winter wedding invite. From the website: “Using a vintage photograph of the old Central Park ice skating rink, with the word ‘imgine’ etched in the ice, the couple is skating to each other alluding to what might happen when they meet…”

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Seen this on lots of blogs but think its so clever and brilliant it deserves a link.

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This is our front page and it will open up with more info inside. The font is not quite right but you get the general idea!

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A couple of helpful tips for wedding invitations.

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Lovely winter stamps which would be great used on a winter wedding invitation

Buy at Yellow Owl Workshop

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Escaping the Big Smoke and spending the weekend in the countryside with my parents is always great: home cooked meals, playing with the family dog Merlin and with my little brother on one of his blood thirsty video games. It also helps that where mum and dad live is home to The Best Charity Shops in the World.

So on a recent visit I picked a lusterware tea service, a book about Chester, a stuffed bird and lots of pretty sheet music. I rifled through a box of papers looking for interesting type and detail to use on our wedding invitations which were designing ourselves. The scrolls and lettering on these are great. Its also a really nice coincidence that this happens to be a wedding song.

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Our invites will have a much more simplified version of these details but we want it to have an Edwardian/Victorian feel to it.

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I came across this too…I couldn’t resist buying it!

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I also bought a sweet copy of the bible so we can pick out one of our wedding readings. It must have been a gift to someone at their communion. It has a zip around it and gilt edged pages. It looks like its never been touched. Bad catholic!

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The Japanese use the lovely expression ‘Happy Wedding’ in place of a congratulations and on wedding stationary. They also use the euphemism ‘double-happy’ wedding to mark both the marriage of the doubly happy couple and the imminent arrival of their first baby. Awww!

This post is a celebration of the Japanese Happy Wedding!

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It is very common for Japanese people to use the V-sign when they’re having their photo taken and that doesn’t stop when it comes to weddings. Check out these super cool brides.

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These t-shirts are かわいい or kawaii meaning cute in Japanese. I could NEVER get my fiancé to wear something like this! Maybe that’s a good thing….

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Who doesn’t love Japanese animé and illustration? There’s some great invitations celebrating the Happy Wedding.

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These cakes look yummy…

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My fiancé would love these macabre wedding invitations but he knows I wouldn’t let him send them out!

If you’re a more understanding fiancée than me, buy the invitations here.

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