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Your Wedding Brand!

In the marketing world, companies are continuously attempting to brand their business. This concept helps to secure a company's success. Although Papered Wonders is happy to serve business branding needs, it is also our pleasure to provide wedding brands. We believe that your wedding should be uniquely yours and one way to reach that goal is to brand your wedding with a custom monogram or design. We were so excited to brand Aliyah's wedding for multiple reasons, one being because her New Year's Wedding Date made her the very first PWI bride of 2011. The wonderful, Violaine Diogene, planner extraordinaire of Andre Winfrye Events contact us to service the branding and stationery needs of her bride. Aliya's colors were purple and silver and we wanted to create a monogram that would ensure all of the guests knew exactly whose day it was. We teamed up with the incredibly talented Nikki Michel of Ciao Bella Weddings who designed an amazing affair with her florals. Not only was Aliya's monogram on her wedding stationery, including programs, menu cards, and escort cards; but she was also able to include the BOGO on the dance floor as well as the dinner plates on the table setting. Guests certainly could not miss Aliya's wedding monogram and it helped to seal the day perfectly!




Have you recently said "yes"? If so, contact us today about branding your most special journey!


Today is the third day of Atlanta's snow/ice storm. Parents all over the metropolitan area are praying that the schools will open tomorrow. Entrepreneurs are going just a bit haywire having to stay enclosed in their homes. Government officials are struggling trying to keep all of the taxpayers pleased. The list goes on and on and on. If one were to examine the situation by itself, it might seem bad. I mean, when is the last time that the situation was so bad that it halted UPS, FedEx, and the USPS? When was it so bad that banks were closed, courts were closed, and numerous retail operations closed? Yes, it might seem as if things are horrible. However, rewind the tape back one year and transport the location to Port-au-Prince, Haiti when the worst earthquake in history occurred. This earthquake killed masses of people and shattered the lives of almost everyone who lived in Haiti. It didn't matter to Haitians that the sanitation department didn't pick up the trash or that the supermarkets closed early because these people couldn't even get food and water. They couldn't get medical care. No one could hear their voices. Those who were able to survive the actual earthquake were desperately trying to survive the aftermath. Even a year later, Haiti is still struggling to rebuild and there are millions who have yet to be able to return to some degree of normalcy. If we compared the Atlanta snow/ice storm to Haiti's earthquake, I think we are forced to realize that it really isn't that bad. Today, we remember Haiti and we continue to pray for the citizens who are there attempting to return honor to their country and we acknowledge those who are in the States, such as our friend Violaine Diogene of Andre Winfrye Events, whose hearts have never departed from their native home.

Above photo courtesy of Allison Shelley/Reuters. Below photo courtesy of Copyright 2010.