By Peachy Impressions, Jan 18 2018 11:55AM
Being a designer and creator of luxury wedding stationery I love romance and sparkle. Louise and Philip were planning their winter wedding and wanted snowflakes and sparkle. They chose to celebrate their marriage at a romantic luxury hotel in Hereford with a winter wedding theme. The hotel was an exceptional wedding venue for an exceptional wedding day. Of all the aspects of planning a wedding are important but choosing the venue will be one of the most significant decisions you make for you and your guests.
Louise had chosen her colour scheme but wanted to keep it a surprise until their wedding day. She wanted to tease her family and friends with a glimpse of what to expect but at this stage not reveal all. Both Louise and Philip waned to include snowflakes as they had met in Austria on a skiing holiday and Philip proposed to Louise Christmas 2016. Winter snowflake wedding invitations was key. Louise and Philip fell in love with our Eve design and we set to work on the invitation style, font styles and embellishments. Also at this stage Louise and Philip were a bit unsure who to invite and not to invite. This is common dilemma with bride and grooms to be. Do we invite cousins we haven’t seen in years... do we invite work colleagues to the day... do we invite children??? This list of questions goes on and on, it’s not really for me to answer but I do recommend ordering a few extra invitations just in case if you do change your mind or you have missed someone off your guest list by mistake, this way you are ready and stress free with a few spares.
The day itself arrived and all of Louise and Philip's family and friends that they wanted to attend were there to share and celebrate their special day. The extra invitations were needed and the advice was appreciated. The Peachy Impressions team and I always feel really honoured when couples email us photos and share stories about their day and we love sharing with you.
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