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Cancel or portpone Your Wedding

Cancel or Postpone your wedding?

After months or a year of planning, it’s hard to decide to cancel or postpone your wedding.  The news started surfacing about a flu-like illness, but you kept remained cautiously optimistic that the virus wouldn’t spread across the globe and so close to you.  Then you started to see reports about the rise of cases near to you and probably asked yourself if you could naively hope to go ahead with our nuptials but with reduced attendance. Well… immediately you knew that it was time to call the whole thing off.  Cancel or Postpone? Dismantling a wedding is no joke. […]

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Forest Stewardship Council

Wake up to a life full of forest.

PaperStudioByC’s paper, wood, and cork is certified by FSC. FSC helps to look after forests and the people and wildlife who call them home. The FSC forest management certification confirms that the forest is being managed in a way that preserves biological diversity and benefits the lives of local people and workers while ensuring it sustains economic viability. We are so happy that our products help to keep the forests full of life.  So, while you take care of your stationery to use them we’ll help you to take care of your forests. Buying our products, you’re buying a paper […]

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Genoise Sponge Cake

10 Popular types of cakes that will make your mouth water

There are many varieties and types of cakes and most people like a good homemade cake. However, we all have our favorite cakes. For some, it may be a simple 3-ingredient cake, and other people prefer a cake topped with fruit and whipped cream. Regardless of your preferences, it is good to know the facts when it comes to different types of cakes. 1. Butter Cake Photograph: Vicky Wasik Any recipe for a cake that begins “cream butter and sugar” is a butter cake. After the creaming, you add eggs to aerate the batter a bit, flour (and sometimes another […]

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Send or not Save the Dates? Find 6 Reasons to send them out

Send or not Save the Dates? Find 6 Reasons to send them out

Send or not save the dates? This is the question that still arises in newly engaged couples. The decision depends on a few factors and today I will show you the advantages of doing so. Remember to put “Invitation to Follow” on save the date to avoid getting your guests confused, and don’t think that it is your wedding invitation. 1. The Save the Dates are for your guests. At the contrary of what one can think. This card is not about you; this card is for your guest. The excitement will start as soon as your guests know that […]

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Pack of 5 Wooden Christmas Tags

Gift Wrapping Ideas for Christmas – Creativity Ideas Reusing Materials

Christmas is coming, and also the funniest time of year to make wrapping. Within the existing variety, I will show you some selection of rustic, fun, and easy ways to wrap your Christmas gifts that you can make at your home. Wrappings only with Kraft paper and paintings like this one bellow. Photo credits: https://loom.ly/x3uYnjM   Lovely wrapping with cats:                       Photo credits: https://loom.ly/nXbm1Vs // Photo credits: https://loom.ly/f80Zu40                   Picture from Pinterest    Photo credits: www.ohohdeco.com/10-diy-wrap-gifts-craft-paper   You can keep wrapping in […]

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3 Must-Know Actions, You Should Know, Before Buying your wedding invitations - that no one tells you

What You Should Know Before Buying Your Wedding Invitations

One of the most important parts of planning your wedding is choosing the wedding invitations. This step is crucial because it’s the first impression your guests will get from what they can expect of your wedding and will have to represent a little of what the wedding will be like. Looking for your ideal invitation can be arduous but very exciting as well. I went through it too and it looked like a soap opera. That’s why I’m sharing these seven pieces of advice with you. So, based on what I have learned and the experience I have with my […]

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What time fo the day should you get married

What time of day should you get married?

Historically, between 11 am, and 1 pm remains the most popular ceremony time. However, a candlelit wedding or a wedding at sunset could be very romantic, don’t you think? Photo credits: Vitor Pinto The day you meet with your venue coordinator, you’ll be presented with options for the scheduled timings. Things to consider when choosing the time of your ceremony One of the main things to take into consideration when selecting the time of your wedding ceremony is the time of the year it is taking place. For example, if you are getting married during the winter months, you may […]

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Where we can eat and a table to receive the providers

The New Studio

We have recently changed to a new studio. Now we have more than 90m2, to produce, create, photograph, and ship our items. Below, I show you a sneak peek of our studio. If you want to know more about us, sign up for our newsletter, in the column, at right. Our landscape. We are privileged to have this stunning landscape. You’re welcome to visit us. This is the first thing you’ll see when you enter the studio. A stunning greenery wall. Our table to make some pauses and receive our providers. Finally, the warehouse as it owns place and is not […]

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Why the Wedding Ring is work on the Left Hand?

Why is the Wedding Ring Worn on the Left Hand?

Wedding rings are a sweet symbol of eternal love throughout history. The tradition of wedding rings came about in Egypt, about 4,800 years ago. The circle symbolizes eternity, with no beginning or end. The story of why the wedding ring is worn on the left hand can be traced back to ancient times. In that era, the Romans believed that the vein in the ring finger (the fourth finger) on the left hand ran directly to one’s heart. Because of this belief, they called that vein the “vena amoris” or vein of love. Naturally, to solidify a union based on love, […]

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