Engagement season

If you are recently engaged it is likely the big question got asked on Christmas Eve, New Years Eve, or Valentine’s Day. With those being the most popular days for proposals, it is no wonder jewelry stores call this engagement season.

So if you were lucky enough to be asked and said yes you are now on the hunt for ideas to create the perfect wedding. We have some ideas for you. We have more than a few Pinterest pages for you no matter what kind of wedding you want to have.

Maybe you love mason jars, cowboy boots, whiskey and the outdoors our Country Wedding Page might be the page for you. We like the outdoor Woodland Wedding as a personal favorite. We even added some ideas for a knockout Bridal Shower.

No matter what your wedding style is and whether we have a Pinterest board dedicated to it we can help you create custom seed bombs for your wedding favors.

We have been in a few weddings in our time. We are always excited to be part of a couple’s big day. In 2010 we were in the Big Sur Coastal Wedding of Katie and Nathan.

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photo by Steep Street

Nowadays we do custom wedding favors like these from Sarah and Greg’s wedding.

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We have a variety of colors we can print and you can choose from a few varieties of seeds. Each favor ranges from $4-$4.75. A truly reasonable price for something your guests will be able to take home and enjoy in their yard long after your wedding.

Contact us with any questions or ideas you might have. We would love to work with you and be part of your big day.

If we have been part of your big day in the past, or will be soon, we would love to see the photos. You can email us or tag us on Instagram or facebook.

 

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About anne

Anne bloomed as a wallflower, spending her time reading and learning as much as possible while trying to keep her brother out of trouble. After studying Journalism/Public Relations at Ball State University she moved to the San Francisco Bay Area and taught herself HTML and website design before moving on to the grocery business. Her love of food continues to show as she finds ways to share that passion with others. At VisuaLingual, she is Head of the Table, preparing culinary tales and setting the table for new connections.

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