If there is anyone who is critical, harsh, and controlling . . . it's Nikki. She must get this from my mother. Thank goodness my mother will probably not see this, I hope. Anyway, I decided to take it upon myself to design our logo. My first attempt took me a little under an hour. I was so proud of myself. I immediately sent the PDF file to Nikki. She calls me two minutes later: "Uh, I got the file." "What do you think?" "Well . . . . uh . . . I do like the DNA part. I
I'm ready to pre-order my 18th edition of Emily Post's Etiquette.
Nikki and I call this our social bible. We run to our older editions whenever we have questions.
I'm curious to read what Emily has to say about tweetiquette (Twitter etiquette) and if it's OK to unfriend someone on Facebook. I'm pretty much meat and potatoes when it comes to manners. I say, and mean, "please" and "thank you" often. I try to respond to people via text, email, or voice message in a timely
Welcome baby Sophia!
The idea of event branding may be a bit confusing. Just think of it as a "theme."
It starts with the invitation. Color, design, font selection, and even event location make for a one-of-a-kind experience. Baby Sophia's shower was held at one of our favorite venues Wine & Roses. Each place setting was accented with a custom menu card that matched the original invitation. Favors were bottles of nail polish in various shades of pink.