December 2012 Promotion for 2013 Brides

December 1st, 2012
I'm feeling a little extra cheery this year and thought it would be a good idea to pass along this cheer to all you couples out there getting married in 2013.  There aren't too many "rules" with this promotion, but the most important one is that you are only eligible for the promotion if you are a friend of ours on Facebook.  Its actually pretty simple, and why wouldn't you want to be our friend anyway, right?!  Oh, AND MOST IMPORTANTLY, this deal is ONLY OFFERED UNTIL DECEMBER 31st, 2012 or until we hit our max number of invitations per month.  Once we hit our max number per month we cannot take any more orders for that month.  Since our invitations are custom designed and assembled there is a max to what we can do. So, here it's a two part promotion so try not to get too crazy excited: 1)  100 Pocketfold Invitations and 100 Folded Thank You Note sets for $700.  The pocketfold invitations will be custom designed just for you and your fiancé (includes pocketfold invitations, up to 3 inserts, and outer envelopes) and digital color printing on all pieces.  You will be able to choose from a wide array of color options available amongst our 4 most popular pocketfold layouts.  The thank you notes will include a custom designed monogram printed in color on matte white or ivory card stock and paired with a matching envelope.  This offer is for 100 invitations or more. 2)  20% off any Letterpress Invitation Suite (minimum of 100 invitations).  This one is pretty self-explanatory. We offer nationwide services, so dont think that you have to be in Atlanta to get this deal.  If you are interested, please give me a call at (678) 773-4747 or email me at to book your appointment. Facebook link:   eberleinvitations

Antique Blue and Bronze Save the Dates and Wedding Invitations

November 13th, 2012
I love when my clients send me photos of the wedding stationery that we design for them that their photographer took on the wedding day.  It means so much and they always turn out SO much better than the ones I take.  I thought I would share a few that I received from a client of mine.  I just love the way her invitations and the save the dates turned out, don't you? Photos by Three Pennies Photography:  

Rustic Chic and Vintage Invitations

November 12th, 2012
This year has been the year of vintage and rustic chic invitations.  I have been dreaming in burlap, mason jars, vintage fonts, and lace so I thought I would share a very small sampling of the vintage invitations that I have created over the last few months.

Michelle and Will – Atlanta Wedding

November 8th, 2012
Michelle and I met a couple years ago when I was going to wedding locations to help build my business.  She has since moved companies and now works for an amazing catering company here in Atlanta, Bold American Catering (  When she got engaged I was so excited that she contacted me to help her with her wedding stationery.  Michelle had great ideas so it was really fun to combine our two creative minds and come up with really special paper pieces.  To start, her and Will love to run so she wanted a save the date that incorporated that somehow.  We decided to design a save the date that would replicate a race bib complete with fake sponsors, the race number as the wedding date, and hole punches (she even added safety pins before she mailed them).  Then, when it came to her wedding invitations she wanted something that was modern, chic and incorporated the city of Atlanta.  These items were so fun to create and this idea can easily be designed with other cityscapes if needed.  

Classic and Traditional

November 6th, 2012
Although a lot of what you see on my website are the colorful, creative and funky designs we still do a LOT of traditional and classic wedding invitations.  Traditional designs allow for a lot of customization with fonts, color, printing method, and style.  All of the designs in these photos were printed digitally, making them super affordable.    Most of the brides interested in a very traditional look or design for her invitation are interested in engraving or letterpress print, but not all of them can afford the price tags associated so for those brides either digital printing or thermography are your best bets.

Brides love BLING

November 6th, 2012
Brides love bling...period.  We have seen an increase in bride's interested in invitations that have a little sparkle this year.  Whether its a rhinestone buckle or Swarovski crystals strategically placed, the bride just can't get enough.  So, I thought I would share some of them with you.  We have SO many options and colors to choose from so if you are looking for a little bling give us a call.

Carolyn and Edward – Letterpress

November 6th, 2012
Carolyn came to me really wanting a letterpress invitation set designed much like one she found online.  The issue she had was the invitation style she found online was over her budget by a few thousand dollars.  So, we took the idea in theory and made it more affordable by making the size of the invitation smaller and limiting the number of pieces in the set (doing a response card where her guests will reply online or through a phone number versus a traditional response card with envelope).  We then tied the invitation set together with a satin bow and place in a pearl white envelope with black envelope liner.  This gave her exactly what she wanted in a budget that she was much more comfortable with.  We even designed matching thank you cards with a very delicate and simple design that could be used for years to come.

Christina and Vesh – Bright and Beautiful

November 6th, 2012
Christina and Vesh were two of the nicest and most down-to-earth clients you could ever ask for.  They really wanted an invitation that would make a statement by including the colors and style ideas they had for the wedding.  We decided to go with an orange, red, champagne and ivory combination and I think we accomplished what they were looking for.

Lauren and Mike – Blush Pink and Black

November 6th, 2012
Lauren was the first bride this year that wanted to do blush pink and black.  At the time I had not seen this color combo together, but once I started to do some reasearch I completely understood what all the fuss was about.  What fun colors!!!  

Atlanta Weddings Magazine – Fall/Winter Issue 2012

November 6th, 2012
I tell people all the time that I really believe I have the best clients in the world.  I have come to meet so many amazing people in the past several years, and many of them have become friends.  I consider myself fortunate to know Cindy Simmons (of Star 94 Atlanta Radio) and her now husband, Eric Carnell.  Cindy, Eric and their daughter Lily have been neighbors of mine for the past 2.5 years.  Cindy and Eric are two of the most kind, generous, loving, considerate, giving, and thoughtful people you will ever meet.  Lily is just the same, and I hope that my daughter is half as great as she is one day.  Cindy and Eric's wedding was so personal and I'm so honored that not only did I get to work with them on all of their wedding stationery (save the dates, wedding invitations, programs, and wedding monogram), but I also attended the wedding.  They were featured this year in the Fall/Winter Atlanta Weddings magazine and I wanted to share it with you all.  I have to say, there were so many great parts of this wedding but I think my favorite part was when Eric took a knee and recited vows to Lily.  I tear up just thinking about it, and I have yet to experience a ceremony as moving as that one.  Loved...every...minute. You can view pictures of their Save the Date here: As a side note, I'm very delayed on posting this article.  So late that they have since added to their family with another gorgeous little girl, Luna James.  I know, I know...I have got to get better about this blogging thing.  Many congrats to the wonderful couple!!