Don’t Forget the Announcements! Impress those future in-laws with this.

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Welcome to the first edition of my vendor series!

Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! I am thrilled you are here and I hope you will find what you need in my vendor series.  Through this and future posts I will highlight various individuals and companies I have worked with over the past years to bring you suppliers that will give you the very best.

To be clear, I don’t receive anything from highlighting these vendors, aside from knowing that should you choose to go with one of them, you will be in skilled hands.

Today I would like to introduce you to Deanna Weaver of Accent Design.

You might be wondering why a supplier for wedding announcements would be the main topic for the first post in this vendor series.  Answer: Your wedding announcement, Save the Date cards, Thank You cards, etc. are all a reflection of you.  They are also a first look at you for your future in-laws.  You may have met your fiance’s parents and siblings, but I’m talking about his grandparents, aunts, uncles, cousins. (And if it is anything like my husband’s family, this can mean joining an entire tight-knit village).  Many of these people will not even meet you until the day of your wedding.

For some relations, this can be a make or break moment.  That is why it is so important to be timely in sending out those announcements and working with a supplier who cares about your timelines.  It also sends out a great first impression if you keep them well-informed on where to be and when.  This is where Deanna comes in.

Hands sorting through a color palette for wedding announcements.

She offers a no-commitment consultation for FREE!  She will discuss timelines and prices with you so that you know exactly what you will get for your wedding invitations and how much of your budget this will take.  You get to choose your colors, the size of your announcement and other cards, as well as a final say in the design of your announcement.  This way you get something that looks like you, AND feels like you.

I feel that is extremely important as you plan for your wedding day.  It is a celebration of you and your future spouse.  It is one day where you truly make it special and your very own.

Hands holding a selection of cards included in a wedding announcement package.

Deanna began Accent Design in 2008 after branching out on her own from her day job.  She is highly trained and has a great eye for what looks amazing.  I have personally worked with her on numerous jobs ranging from graduation announcements to wedding invitations.  She is skilled in creating beautiful cards that you will be excited to show your family.

You can find here on Facebook as well.

I hope you found this post helpful.  If there is a topic you would love to see me cover let me know in the comments!

Best Wishes,

Vanessa