Label it

Personalize parts of your wedding down to the smallest detail
Experiment with the monogram generator from Mark and Graham at http://www.markandgraham.com/resources/mark-it-guide/monogram-maker.html.

When it comes to planning any type of party, little details end up bringing together the look and style of the event. Personalizing — or like any true southerner, monogramming — different elements from napkins to dinnerware shows attendees you put effort into making your event special. What makes a personalized monogram even more special during your wedding day is that it’s your new monogram with your significant other (but not to be used on anything beyond wedding décor and favors until after the big day!). Monogramming is a form of personal branding. Why not add your personal brand as a pair into the day you become betrothed?

Determine where to place the monogram. We suggest personalizing your bar. Turn the labels of your favorite wine or bubbly into a personal label. Champagne flutes and wine glasses will overflow with bottles adorned with your adorable label. If you don’t want to stock the entire bar with labels, put a complimentary bottle on each table. It’s a great favor for your guests and the perfect place to display your monogram, next to your centerpiece.

Martin’s Wine Cellar offers Champagne, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Chardonnay with personalized labels for $131.88 a case. 

 

 

 

Trunk Show Update:

I Do Bridal Couture in Baton Rouge will be having a Liancarlo trunk show today and tomorrow. A representative from the brand will be in store. 

 

 

Categories: Bridal/Weddings, Cocktails, Let Them Eat Cake