|Mary Kate and Stanley of Notable Occasions|
Friday, October 17, 2014
Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Most adults would cringe at the idea of his/her family playing matchmaker is cringe-inducing (they don’t even know you hate green beans, after all). The families of Tara and Michael, however, nailed it. The couple married in Huntington, New York over the summer, a wedding guests were invited to via a stunning rounded-corner William Arthur invitation printed in gold and charcoal ink and topped with a lovely monogram (a trend we’re seeing a lot of these days). Of course, the finished product couldn’t have been done without the help of Jill Price, owner of JillyP Invitations & Gifts. Here, they talk about details, choices and the importance of patience—at least when it comes to wedding invitations!
|Photo courtesy of April Photographers|
Tara, The Bride
Tell me how you are your fiancé met. How did he propose?
We were actually set up by our families! Our mothers knew each other and thought we would make a perfect match... they were right! Michael and I were on vacation and he proposed in Sedona, Arizona. It was such a beautiful setting and I was so surprised!