Monday, March 21, 2011

Portobello Bride - here we come!

We jumped at this very exciting (and last minute) opportunity to attend this very special event. We've been to a couple of bridal shows and, and felt like there was a real need for something different, and Kim (founder of Portobello Bride) answered our prayers.

Portobello Bride is a fresh and contemporary wedding planning resource that connects the modern engaged couple with the wedding professionals that suit their needs.

So, we'll be there this weekend and can't wait to meet some new exhibitors and a whole heap of gorgeous brides.
Please come and see us this weekend at St Kilda Town Hall in Melbourne.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Portobello Bride: FOR THE GROOM - Fritts Rosenow Bespoke Boutonniere...

Portobello Bride: FOR THE GROOM - Fritts Rosenow Bespoke Boutonniere...: "A wedding is a chance for the groom to express his unique style too, so why not have him wear a bespoke boutonniere created especially for ..."

Tuesday, March 1, 2011

Spotlight: Greeting card of the Month

Goochy, coochy, goo, originally uploaded by vinceletterpress.

We are going to take the time to talk about and highlight work from our greeting cards range, hopefully at least one a month. And here is the lucky winner this month.

We've had this letterpress gift card in our range from the start, while it has evolved a little, the size has changed, it's still the same great design and has been a hit with all our customers and suppliers.

It reads, Goochy Coochy Goo and is blank inside, this text based design comes in brilliant red only, making it a neutral greeting card and can be given to a newborn baby girl or boy. We think it could even be used for a first birthday, or for that kid with cheeks that are just too irresistible for pinching. Either way we know this card will be a hit, with it's simple design, gorgeous finish and touch of cute, it can be enjoyed at any age.

Interesting ideas for greeting cards

A whole new meaning for "Text messages worth saving" These are the words from a tiny little advertising campaign we launched in 2009. Now, this could make a pretty interesting greeting card! Just to find right place for it.