Wedding Bells and Whistles

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past two weeks, you will no doubt have heard some whisperings about the “Wedding of the Decade”.

Mr Kanye West and Ms Kim Kardashian wed in what could only be described as a $12 million fairy tale event Forte di Belvedere in Florence, Italy.

The now Mr and Mrs West hosted a week of lavish events running up to the big day where people were surrounded in opulent regal settings with the surrounding beautiful sights of Paris.

They held a dinner for their guests that was fit for a king in the historical resplendent Chateau de Versailles and finally celebrated their big day in the medieval Castle beautiful backdrop of a Florentine landscape. Obviously no expense was spared from the $500,000 white Givenchy gown with lace, the $400,000 venue and $7,000 7ft cake to the golden foiled classic invitation.


Which led me to think about my wedding all those years ago (!) and how I got my invitations…In comparison to K&K’s invitations mine were a little more intricate. They printed on curious ice white paper stock and finished with a gatefold and a red ribbon – this was my first wedding as opposed to my third so I could be excused for going a bit more fancy!

Of course I kept the business in house here at TPI where we also design and produce an array of wedding invitations from the simple and understated to the complex and intricate!

cartWe can create your perfect wedding stationery with a range of wedding invitations, evening invitations, save the date cards, ceremony booklets, wedding gift or wishing tree s and candy carts! So whether you have a budget of €100 or €1 million, we can definitely find a range of stationery for your discerning tastes.

Alexandra Mahony
Account Manager

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