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Personalized Wedding Websites from Wedding Window

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Wedding Window has just launched several new color schemes and theme customization for their Contemporary Theme. The contemporary theme allows for 5 custom images in the Flash intro as well as across the top of the theme design {as you can see in the samples below}. Each and every page can display a unique set of photos. Brides and grooms can also customize their theme colors and match their wedding colors exactly. And, you can even customize the word{s} that appears across the top of each page of the website. I'm loving the whimsy of these new headers.

And, if you're looking for a unique gift for the wedding couple, why not gift the bride a groom a wedding website? At Wedding Window you can purchase a wedding website for how long you'd like {a month, a year, even up to 3 years}.

PS: be sure to come back tomorrow as Wedding Window will be joining us again with a special treat for a lucky reader * hint hint *

Beach Inspired Wedding Invitations

With today's earlier Real Wedding, I couldn't help but showcase some coordinating beach themed invitations from eInvite {along with the other printing methods, eInvite is now offering letterpress, even though it's definitely more costly, it is one of my all time favorite printing methods}. Some of the invitations featured below also have a matching website thru eInvite's partner Wedding Window. {PS: thru August 3rd, 2009 you can save $10 off your order of $75 or more with coupon code JULY at checkout}
beach wedding invitationsFeatured Above:
Opus (sand dollar motif on a 2 layered card with sky blue and chocolate papers and ribbon), Treasure (textured cream paper with gold foil stamped edges, starfish motif with names shows thru die cut window), Ecru Lettra Embassy Card (laurentian seashells and coral with driftwood brown text), Paragon (shimmering aqua blue band with names wrap invitation and tucked under the seahorse die cut), Dockside (nautical flair with textured cream paper on navy paper, tied with a thin golden cording)