Couture invitations begin with a concept or a theme that is individually developed for each wedding or special occasion. At Simply Unique Invitations, brides gravitate towards embellishments of sparkling crystal brooches, handmade satin ribbon roses, or other choices that recreate the sentimental thread that will weave its way throughout the wedding day.
Sterling, VA (PRWEB) July 24, 2006
Brides proudly wear their $25,000 Vera Wang gown down the aisle and dance the night away at their wedding reception custom designed by Colin Cowie. And before the cherished day arrives a couture wedding invitation has been sent out to all the guests.
Couture wedding invitations reek of high fashion. They are a statement and an accessory. They are not just a printed announcement in an envelope. Today's brides demand a wedding invitation that has a profound impact on their guests, as well as reflect their own sense of style.
According to Sherri Weese of http://www.SimplyUniqueInvitations.com, a pioneer in the invitation industry for her use of jeweled embellishments, "Couture invitations begin with a concept or a theme that is individually developed for each wedding or special occasion. At Simply Unique Invitations, brides gravitate towards embellishments of sparkling crystal brooches, handmade satin ribbon roses, or other choices that recreate the sentimental thread that will weave its way throughout the wedding day."
The luxuriously embellished silk invitation boxes and pouches are the hottest trends in the invitation industry today. A wedding keepsake that can't help but declare it is the 'thank you' for the invited guests. When considering the cost of a couture wedding invitation, Sherri Weese recommends combining the invitation and the favor budget knowing that guests appreciate the thoughtfulness of receiving such a lavish gift and memento before the event even arrives.
These couture invitation packages can range from $35 to over $100 each, but their impact is priceless. An engraved or letterpress invitation contained within the exquisite silk box or pouch has a unique artistic twist that Ms. Weese shares only with her clients. Simply Unique Invitations uses the same engraver as the White House, and her association with world renowned calligraphers produces the most beautiful presentations possible.
Production time aside, couture invitations require close to 80 hours for conceptualization and rarely is a design repeated by Simply Unique Invitations. They only accept an absolute maximum of 3 invitations per month and must begin production 6 months before the event.
Simply Unique Invitations designs couture invitations for weddings, anniversaries, Quinceanera celebrations, Bas Mitzvah's and corporate clients. Their beautiful work can be seen on their web site at http://www.SimplyUniqueInvitations.com, listed in the 5 Star Directory of Services on http://www.WeddingStyleMagazine.com, and on the pages of Weddings by the Ritz Carlton magazine at locations worldwide.
For more information, visit http://www.SimplyUniqueInvitations.com.