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Country Wedding - Graphic Design - Creative Printing - Panama City, FloridaThere is not much sweeter than a country wedding! The creative team had so much fun helping Kristen Jackson, niece of owners Sheila and Steven Ruff, plan her perfect country wedding! The blue Mason jar logo was where it all began and the entire wedding was themed around it! A logo is not just for your business it can also be used to brand any special event. The bride-to-be also wanted to incorporate burlap and lace to her theme. The theme was carried out from the Save-the-Dates, to the Bridal Shower, the Wedding Invitation Stationary and even the favors. Having your theme carried out across the board can make even the simplest wedding seem high end without spending a ton of money.

 

 

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Your wedding day is one of the most important days of your life. So why would you settle for a cookie cutter invitation? After all it is the first glimpse at the wedding to come! At Creative Printing we design your wedding stationary just for you and your special day. Take a look at a few spring design ideas.

 

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Wedding Invitations - Blue Mason Jar - Creative Printing Of Bay County - Panama City, Florida

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As spring approaches many “brides to be” are busy planning the wedding of their dreams. Trends change from year to year and with each season. We would like to share several popular wedding trends for 2013. These trends can be used for both spring and summer weddings.

1.  Wedding Colors

Right now Mint appears to be the most popular wedding color for 2013. It is calm and can be  used in a variety of ways that make your wedding look elegant.

Creative Printing of Bay County - Panama City, Florida - Mint WeddingImage from Wedding Paper Divas  

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So the love of your life has finally popped the question! You’re both thrilled to actually tie the knot. What do you do next? 
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Of course you tell everyone! Then set a date and now it’s time to start planning. In the midst of preparation there is one important item you need to remember, your wedding invitations. Your wedding invitations are a very important part of planning your wedding. They are often the first contact made between the bride, groom and their guests. It is important to make sure all the necessary items are included on your invitations.


Take a look at 6 things NOT to forget on your wedding invitations.

1)    Name of Bride & Groom 

    This may not be forgotten very often, but we wanted to make sure you don’t forget to proudly announce who the special couple is that is getting married!

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Do you have a sweet tooth? If so, you definitely want to go to Sugar Boogers! Sugar Boogers, formerly known as Sugar Crave, is a locally owned small business baking cupcakes, cakes, cookies, brownies and more.  There bakery is located in the historic downtown area of Panama City Florida on Harrison Avenue.

In 2011 they ranked third in desserts in the Best of Bay.  Owner, Stephanie Carnley was inspired to start her own bakery by her children. She has always enjoyed baking for them and her love for creating cakes blossomed from there. Sugar Boogers has been in business for a little over a year, however she has been in the cake business for 7 years and loves it!


Sugar Boogers Bakery

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