A special treat on this Wedding Wednesday, a real wedding featuring one of our own. If you ever called our studio, you have probably spoken with Jackie. Jackie is our production manager and has been with Page for more than 6 years. In honor of her and her husband’s one year anniversary we’re taking a look back at Jackie’s wedding invitations and how she selected them.
Where did you start in your search for the perfect invitation?
I had so many beautiful wedding invitations go thru my hands. I always kept a copy of the invitations that I loved the most in a little bin. I did this for almost 6 years, thinking “one day I will get married and I can use my favorite design.” When it came time to select our invitation, I felt overwhelmed, there was so much to choose from! I also had to think about a bilingual invitation and providing information for all of our out of town guests.
Jackie with her dad who is Page Stationery’s master pressman. Yes, Page Stationery is truly a family business! Josue had two important jobs – walking his daughter down the aisle and printing her wedding invitations and day of wedding pieces.
So, how did you decide which wedding invitation was right for you?
I talked to my now husband, and he told me “everyone has different taste, and those brides did what they like, now you just have to do what you like. Make it your own.” And he was right! Every bride has to make their wedding their own, especially when it comes to the invitation – because that’s the first thing people will see of your wedding. From there, everything was smooth, Sue helped so much. At the end I got so many compliments from my wedding invitations – both English & Spanish.
Jackie and Tim’s Letterpress Wedding Invitation was mounted on a topaz border inside a magnolia pocketcard.
If you and your husband were getting married today, which design would you choose from Page’s new wedding collection?
Quinley + Marc, definitely. I love the lined pocketcard. It is classic, elegant and beautiful.
This elegant suite includes a letterpress printed invitation mounted on a gold pocketcard. The pocket on the back is lined with a quilted magnolia liner and holds the travel information and rsvp card.
What other pieces did you have for your wedding day?
We had a beautiful wedding program with a letterpress printed cover. Our initials, along with the floral design from the invitation, were letterpress printed on the cover. The program was tied with a matching blue ribbon.
Thanks for sharing your pictures with us Jackie! We couldn’t get through a day at Page Stationery without you!