Friday, 28th August 2009


We will be displaying our full range of custom letterpress wedding stationery and previewing some new designs at  the Wedding & Honeymoon Show at the RDS next weekend. We will also be displaying ready made thank you cards, mass book covers and place cards available to purchase at the show.

Special Offer – 10% Discount on all custom wedding stationery orders placed at the show, including one free invitation sample of your choice. €50 deposit required.


Drop by and say hello, we’d love to see you there, we’ll be at stand G19.

We are giving away two tickets, worth €24, for Saturday 5th September to one lucky reader. Simply leave a comment and I will randomly pick a winner on Monday at 2pm.

Good Luck!

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    Wednesday, 26th August 2009


    We were delighted to discover that our letterpress wedding stationery was feature not once but twice in the Autumn issue of B Wedding Magazine…



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      Monday, 17th August 2009


      I came across this calendar and thought it was an ingenious piece of art. Simply, it’s beautiful!



      It was designed by Spanish designer Oscar Diaz. The date is displayed using the capillary action of ink spreading across paper. Each month, a bottle of coloured ink spreads across a sheet of paper embossed with numbers, colouring them in as it goes.

      Ink Calendar is being exhibited at an exhibition called Sueños de un Grifo – Diseño con Alma de Aguaat the Círculo de Bellas Artes in Madrid 17 July to 11 October 2009.

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        Wednesday, 12th August 2009

        ROSIE DAYS

        Pure white, roses and lilies by Rosie Days. Classic, elegant and beautiful!


        Rosie Days provide everything floral you need for your wedding day form bouquets to buttonholes, from candelabra hire to flowers for your wedding venue. They have also recently launched their new website with great tips and advice for brides and flower lovers. They’ve even created a selection of information leaflets. View their portfolio and check out their floral advice at

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          Wednesday, 12th August 2009


          I just got an email from Clare and Laura, both very talented jewellers from, about their brilliant new jewellery course “make you own wedding rings!”. I had to share. The idea is to spend the weekend with your future husband or wife making each others wedding rings in your chosen precious metal. There is a limit of one couple per weekend, photos will be taken to document your progress and you get to celebrate the completion of your rings over a glass of champagne!makeringsI think this is such a romantic idea. You will always have the memories of making each others rings, they’ll have huge sentimental value.

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            Friday, 7th August 2009


            So I went to IKEA Dublin yesterday to get kited out for my display at The Wedding & Honeymoon Show at the RDS. Although it was very busy, the restaurant was packed, you didn’t notice walking around the show room, it’s just so big. I got all I had on my list bar a table top which is due back in next week. So now i have an excuse to go back! It’s so organised and the staff were very helpful. I saw some beautiful pieces that I have earmarked for the house.

            Some of my IKEA survival tips…

            1. Browse the website or catalogue before you go and make a list of all the pieces you are interested in and bring measurements of the spaces where you want your pieces to fit. It’s very easy to get distracted by other pretty products and forget what you came for. Also remember that all those small tempting items can add up and cost you very quickly.
            2. The store supplies pencils and paper, so don’t worry about bringing your own but I would recommend bringing your tape measure, although they supply paper ones they’re awkward to use and not long enough to measure allot of products.
            3. It might sound obvious, but wear really comfortable shoes, you’ll be doing allot of walking.
            4. Allow at least 2 hours for rambling around the showrooms but don’t be surprised if you spend 3-4 hours there.
            5. If you’ve had a long journey, charge up your batteries at the restaurant, the meatballs are delicious and it’s great value.
            6. If you think you’ll be a regular shopper at IKEA join the IKEA Family and build up points with each purchase and receive discount on future Family item purchases.
            7. Always field-test the floor model. Is it as you though it would be, is it comfortable to sit in, will it work for you etc.
            8. Think of how you will get everything home before you go. If you intend to purchase furniture see if you can borrow a jeep or van and trailer and save yourself delivery charges or van rental charges.

            The catalogues aren’t available yet but are due in September.

            Happy Shopping!

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