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In case y'all didn't already know, I'm kind of a paper snob. There is no question that I have high standards when it comes to paper goods for every celebration in life, but especially weddings! Of course, my frugal nature sometimes limits my options?in this areaaccent pillow case baby canvas housewarming gift, but thanks to our friends at Invitations by Dawn, I'm happy to share that you don't have to sacrifice style if?you're on a budget! I truly believe in having a gorgeous wedding invitation to set the tone of your day —; it's the first impression your guests receive of your wedding, after all! Invitations by Dawn offers a vast array of printing and paper options so you can find the look that suits your wedding theme and your budget. I was blown away by these samples of their foil printed wedding invitations. I definitely have a gold foil obsession –; how gorgeous are these? An invitation design printed in foil?is classic?and will stand the test of time. By?choosing different typography styles and color combinations, you can really?customize the feel and vibe you want to impress upon your guests about your big day. Whether whimsical, modern or vintage —; Invitations by Dawn can help you send the message visually to your guests about what sort of party they're in for! Sage:?Real Love Foil Wedding Invitation ?| ?Olive:?Modern Flair Foil Wedding Invitation ?| ?Chocolate:?Big News Foil Wedding InvitationIf you're not as gaga for gold as I am, I'm sure you'll love their silver foil invitations as well! You can see that?these samples below feature the same designs as above, but in different color combinations. See what I mean about giving off a different vibe depending on these simple choices? Hot Pink: Modern Flair Foil Wedding Invitation ?| ?Navy: Big News Foil Wedding InvitationTruth be told, many of the foil wedding invitations from Invitations by Dawn can actually be printed in your choice of 24 different foil colors. Holy customization options?Batman! The possibilities are limitless, thanks to their flexible personalization services and their incredible prices! ? Believe it or not, these stunning foil wedding invitations?become more affordable the more you purchase! So even if you've got a big guest list?you can?score?these deluxe invitations for an amazing price! All of their invitations include white or ecru envelopes, making their products?even more budget savvy. ? Did you know you can also order your own wedding invitation samples from Invitations by Dawn?to?check them out yourself? You can enjoy up to 3 free samples when you use code SAMPLEIT at checkout. I definitely recommend choosing a few of your favorites and getting samples sent —; photos truly do not do these beauties justice! It's important to see samples prior to purchasing paper goods so you can ensure the colors and quality are what you expected –; and Invitations by Dawn does not disappoint! When you feel the weight and see that glimmer of the foil printing in your hands, you'll surely fall in love with them like I did! So be sure to visit Invitations by Dawn if you're looking for?Foil Wedding Invitations on a budget! ? And… as an extra special bonus, you can take 25% off your purchase from Invitations by Dawn with code TBSB25 at checkout until 9/30. Happy paper shopping! ? PS-?Invitations by Dawn is giving away an iPad mini! Enter with the widget below: ? a Rafflecopter giveaway

Next, on the Safari Party Fabrics Blog Hop we have Bev from Flamingo Toes. She is sharing a free lap quilt tutorial with a surprise! Keep reading to find out more.? To see all the Safari Party Fabrics ideas and tutorials CLICK HERE.?

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Happy Tuesday, lovelies! I'm so excited to share today's post with you — our collaboration with Jen of Something Turquoise went so well last time that we decided to team up again for another fun printable DIY for you!

One of the things Matt and I have been debating about is having assigned seating or assigned tables for the guests at our wedding. I thought it would be easier for everyone if they just knew where they were sitting, but Matt thought it might take away from the intimate and casual feel of the reception. After talking to a lot of my friends that had been to a lot of weddings, we decided not to assign seats or tables. Instead, we will just be putting “Reserved” signs on our table and the bridal party tables.