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SUBMIT WEDDING

Sugar Plum Invitations

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“It’s our joy to create couture, chic letterpress wedding invitations. Each piece is handcrafted and printed with attention to detail, along with personalized customer care. Using only the very best resources, and our very own vintage presses, we can create letterpress art especially for you.”

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Website

http://sugarpluminvitations.com

Email

becky@sugarpluminvitations.com

Phone

805.748.5409

Social Media

sugarpluminvitations.blogspot.com

Wrap It Up Pretty Little Black Book!

This week we've seen everything from glamorous city weddings to laid-back southern soirees. They all have us wishing we could pack up our bags and get out of town for the weekend. February in Boston gives us a little cabin fever, so to scratch our travel itch we're going to spend a little time cruising back through this weeks gorgeous weddings all over again. But first, we're going to leave you with this litte gem coming up on Monday. Don't worry though you won't even have to wait that long for...

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Inspiration Board by Sugar Plum Invitations

This next board, designed by Sugar Plum Invitations is fun and preppy, featuring a sweet pink and green palette. We have featured this palette executed to perfection in Myra and Matt's gorgeous wedding, but I love seeing the even brighter, bolder hues in this board...

Top: invitation set by...

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Inspiration Boards by Sugar Plum Invitation

Becky at Sugar Plum Invitations recently sent me this oh-so-fab inspiration board, designed around their own gorgeous invitations...

Top: orchid by Modern Day Floral Design, Katie Moos Photography, Sugar Plum InvitationLa Jolla...

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Abby Loves…Pleated Poppy

I discovered Pleated Poppy's Posy Pins when I was on Sugar Plum's blog, She Walks in Beauty. I loooooove, love, love these little pins and am thinking that they would be the perfect addition to any wedding. Tucked into a low bun, in groups of three pinned to bridesmaids' dresses, even adorning napkins at each place setting. I could go on and on! I think they...

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