Do you hear that in the distance? It’s the sound of wedding bells after the holidays. According to Wedding Wire, one third of engagements take place between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. You likely know someone who has gotten engaged on Christmas or New Year’s Eve. And the best advice you can offer the newly engaged couple is to start planning now – they will thank themselves later.
Coming from a former bride who helped plan my own wedding, plus both of my sisters’ weddings all in ten months, I know the necessity of preparation. Weddings are funny in that the day’s experience is based on the sum of the details. Certainly the venue and the dress are important, but the little things add the flair and personality of you and your future spouse. In other words, details reflect who you are, which is why we think wedding invitations are so important to the big day.
One crucial factor in working with wedding vendors is ensuring they are paying attention to your needs. At TT Patton, you only work with Theresa – that’s it! She consults on fonts, paper color and type, envelope liners, and can give you a quick tutorial on the differences between engraved, letterpress, or raised ink. That is impressive. Between the invitation selection, proofing, and delivery process, you’re sure to have the personal attention that is so important to brides and grooms who want to make sure those details are perfect. Coupled with the breathtaking selection of brands, you want to have TT Patton on your side before you walk down the aisle.