We believe wedding cards should reflect the true nature of relationships, and the true feelings of the well-wisher. No flowery sentiments. No exaggerated statements. Just simple congratulations and expressions of joy.
Relationships aren’t trite. They’re deep. They’re central to the human experience. They’re stories.
That’s really what we’re taking part in when we attend a wedding or send a gift to people who are making a commitment to one another: we’re bearing witness to a significant part of their story.
A lot of cards don’t capture much of this: the depth of feeling, the hope and joy we have for our friends and family members who are getting married.
We design our wedding cards to be something different. Something that expresses just how much you want your people to be happy together. We always incorporate heartfelt statements that wish people the best and never try too hard.
Take a look at some of our favorite greeting cards for summer weddings.
In Rome, Jacquie saw this fountain with—no kidding—two love birds perched perfectly on its edge. At first glance, they look like part of the fountain’s design. But just as it goes with love sometimes, she had just happened upon the perfect moment. (That happens to her a lot.)
“The best thing to hold onto in life is each other.”
When Jacquie was traveling in central France with her brother and sister-in-law, she found this delightful scene in a little shop. It’s become a customer favorite. And no wonder. Paired with the famous Audrey Hepburn quote, it’s a thoughtful, beautiful wedding card.
"Marriage should be a duet - when one sings, the other claps."
A walk through France is like the Promenade of the Lace Window Coverings. They’re everywhere and always dreamy. Jacquie loved the birds on this on in particular. (Can you tell how drawn she is to little feathered creatures?)
While Jacquie was on a walk with her son, Steve, to his favorite neighborhood coffee shop, they came up on this tulip tree, in full bloom. It was irresistible.