Cartoon wedding invitations tuck in neatly between these two ends of the ‘wedding invite spectrum,’ and are a really cute way of making your wedding invite stand out and reflect everything that you stand for.
Woodland has a magical atmosphere, and makes for a beautiful wedding theme. Whether you go earthy and natural or full-on enchanted forest (or a mixture of the two), there is no doubt that this will be one unforgettable wedding. I love the use of moss in weddings, and a birds’ nest ring holder is just adorable. Using woodland illustration on your invitations or table names adds a whimsical and fun feel.
How do you top a romantic engagement inside a castle at Disneyland Paris? For two lovers of the amusement park and animation giant, there’s only one way: Get married at the biggest and best Disney resort, natch.
Toasting the Blended Family: Blending two families into one can be stressful for all, even if everyone gets along. But you and the groom can ease this stress with a special toast to the kids. It may go something like this: “We promise, (insert children’s names), to always care for you, love you and treat you all equally. We’re so happy and proud to be parents to all of you. ”
Blended family vows LOVE: "Thank you for sharing your dad with me, loving me and allowing me to love you with all of my heart. I was not there when you took your first steps, but I promise that now I will love and support you in every step that you take in your life. These necklaces are a symbol of our love and devotion to the two of you. What my Mommy & step dad did for me!