We now offer wedding passport invitations! Passport invitations are such a unique way to invite guests to your destination wedding! This fully customizable design features a printed metallic "satin" finish cardstock cover and 4 paper pages inside. The last page in the passport in a perforated tear out RSVP card. Designs can be custom made for any destination. We are offering a 4 page passport design at $4.00 each which includes a white or ivory envelope. Matching metallic envelopes are also available for an additional $0.20 each.
All of our creations are custom designed for each client and are carefully handcrafted works of art. We are highly dedicated to providing you with exceptional customer service, meticulous attention to detail and the upmost in quality invitations and stationery. All of our products are designed using only the finest quality cardstocks and papers, as well as professional adhesives that will stand the test of time. Our stationery is sure to make a memorable first impression, one that will highlight those enchanted moments.
Tuesday, 13 December 2011
Sunday, 23 October 2011
I'm so excited about some of our new invitation designs that we will soon be adding to our gallery! Also Enchanted Moments will be introducing a new destination invitation style of Passport Wedding Invitations with tear out RSVP cards! Keep a look out for them over the next couple weeks!
Also I would like to say a big congratulation to Elisa and Taylor on their recent marriage!
Wednesday, 7 September 2011
Patrick and I are so excited and overjoyed to announce the birth of our daughter:
Olivia Clair Loewen
Born: August 9th, 2011
Weighing: 7lbs 11oz and Measuring: 20” Long
Here are some photos of her birth announcement, which is also a new style we have added to our gallery :)- Ruth
Monday, 5 September 2011
I’m getting a little behind here. I want to say a BIG congratulations to:
Vanessa & Andrew - July
Brittany & Ryan - July
Yvonne & Richard - July
Leah & Andrew - August
Melanie & Adam - September
Tara & Paul - September
on their recent marriages! I want to wish each and every one of you the very best and blessings on your new lives as married couples!
- Ruth Loewen
Thursday, 14 July 2011
To inspire you Brides on wedding colors I decided to do this blog post about a compilation of wedding elements in a coordinating color scheme. I wanted something bright and fun for summer and I think this color scheme does just that by incorporating the colors: Pink,
, and Yellow. Orange
The wedding invitation design is a 6x6 petal fold made from a vibrant metallic pink cardstock. The outside has a band of bright yellow ribbon with a medallion displaying a monogram of the couple's initials, accented with a small clear rhinestone. The inside has almost a Victorian feel to it. The bottom layer has yellow stripes printed on a white cardstock and is then layered with an orange metallic cardstock. The printed layer shows the couple's monogram above a vintage swag. Each bow on the swag is tastefully accented with a small clear rhinestone. In amongst all the other wedding elements displayed, the matching table number, menu, and place card are also shown as example of some of the coordinating wedding stationery.
Wedding invitation and stationery by: Enchanted Moments - Invitations & Cards. The other elements displayed are: Wedding Cake by: Fake Wedding Cakes by Catherine, Photos of the wedding favor & dessert shots by: Sugar Bee Bee Photography, Bridal bouquet by: Foster’s Floral Fashions, Wedding dress from: Wedding Dresses Best, Bridesmaid dress by: Alfred Angelo, and Jewelry from: Etsy.
Friday, 8 July 2011
Though often overlooked, your invitations play a very important part of your big day. They give your guests a first impression and “glimpse” of your wedding. It’s important to ensure that this first impression is one that is memorable, and at the same time is a good representation of you and your wedding. Your invitations should reflect you, right from the colours and style you choose, to the wording, and choice of embellishments. Attention to detail is important. It gives your guests the sense that you have taken great care in planning every aspect of your wedding. Take the time when picking your invitations to ensure that you have just the right ones. After all, you, your fiancé, and your life together are unique, so why shouldn’t your wedding invitations be too? Invitations are one of the few things your guests get to keep and remember your wedding by, so make them special. It’s because of this that I recommend either having your invitations custom designed for you, or designing them yourself. That way, you don’t run the risk of having invitations that someone else may have seen or used before.
There are many invitation styles out there. Although traditional wedding invitations used to be a single flat card, and were normally always white, recent years have changed the scope of diversity to incorporate the wedding colours, themes, patterns, and unique embellishments, as well as varying the shape and styles of the invitation to include: circular, square, folding, pocket fold, petal fold, and scroll invitations. This is the foundation of your invitation so have fun with it. If you are ordering custom invitations, your designer may also be able to design other shapes and styles to best meet your inspiration.
If you are having a destination wedding, you could consider doing invitations that look like boarding passes or passports. It’s something different and a unique take on invitations. For a more traditional wedding, you could think of getting invitations closed with a wax seal. There are many colours of wax and different seals that you can choose from to add that personalized touch to your invites. Perhaps you have an interesting story to tell of how you met. You could incorporate that into a story book style invite. Some designers offer creative writing services and could help you tell your story in a unique way.
It is becoming more common to incorporate your wedding colours into the invitations. If this is what you opt to do, try your best to match the colours perfectly. Though this may be a challenge, try bringing samples of fabric or elements of your wedding with you when selecting your colours. This will then help you have something to compare to. If you are unable to find just the right colour match in your paper selections, try looking for the most difficult colour to match in other elements of your invitation. For example, accenting your invitations with colour matched graphics or possibly you may have a better chance at finding the elusive colour in ribbon or fabric that can be incorporated into the stationery.
Another thing to consider when selecting your colours is the tone they will set for your wedding. For example, bright and vibrant colours would suggest that the tone of your wedding will have a more upbeat and a fun mood. If you are wanting something a little slower and romantic, I recommend keeping your colours soft and more conventional. For a royal and luxurious feel to your wedding, incorporating colours like royal purple, ruby red, royal blue, silver, or gold may be what you need to give just the right amount of the wow factor. Your colours will also reflect your personalities, so take time to ensure you have thought them through carefully. Until next time!
- Ruth Loewen
Tuesday, 14 June 2011
So today I am officially moving my blog to here and copying over my latest post. If you would like to see my old blog you can find it here: Blog
First off I'd like to say a Big congratulations to Dwight & Denise on their recent marriage!
I finally fond the time to update our showcase so here are some of the many new and exciting invitation styles we have designed for 2011:
- Ruth Loewen