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Our Favorite Wedding Stationery Experts

Save-the-Dates, bridal shower and rehearsal dinner invites, wedding invitation suites, programs, table numbers, and menus are just a few of the items on your to-do list, right? That means you’re in the market for a kickass graphic designer for your big day, and we’ve got you covered with two of our favorite wedding stationery experts. Sarah Meyer from Designs by Sarah and Carina Herman from LBC Design Co. came together with your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden to answer some questions, give some tips, and show examples of the amazing work you can expect from graphic designers like them.

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Seasonal Signature Cocktails For Weddings: Fall

For the fourth and final rotation of seasonal signature cocktails for weddings, your favorite Denver wedding planner Blue Linden is bringing it home with all the best fall-themed spirits. Our list of must-have fall cocktails will have you ready for sweater weather and pumpkin-spiced everything. And don’t forget, the best part of the seasonal signature cocktail is giving it a clever, wedding-relevant name! Read more

Olympic Figure Skater Tara Lipinski Tied The Knot


Autumn is officially in the air, but we haven’t quite switched out of summer wedding mode just yet. Your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden wants to take it back to summer one more time and reminisce about the beautiful, charming, southern-style wedding of figure skater Tara Lipinski to sports producer Todd Kapostasy. After a year and a half engagement, the two tied the knot in late June of this year in Charleston, South Carolina in front of their nearest and dearest, and from the pics, the day looked like it was stunning and full of love!

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Inside Tips From A Styled Shoot


While styled shoots are a fabulous way to create buzz for all vendors involved – and increase the diversity of your business’s portfolio – they can take a LOT of work. Blue Linden has done a few styled shoots over the years, each one very different, and we wanted to share a little about what we’ve learned.

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Postage Details For Wedding Invites

Something as simple as a stamp might slip your mind until the last minute. But when you get to the stationary stage of your wedding planning, you’ll quickly realize how important postage details for wedding invites are and how they should factor into your process.
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Wedding Professionals You Should Be Following On Instagram

As the title suggests, this week we’re focusing on social media, specifically showcasing our list of wedding professionals you should be following on Instagram – aside from our own account, @bluelindenweddings, of course. While we’re at it, we’d like to officially introduce our very own Instagram extraordinaire, and Blue Linden’s assistant planner, Kaitlin to our readers. By sharing the wedding professionals we love with you, we hope to highlight how Blue Linden’s style can travel across multiple wedding-related industries and mold with potential brides and grooms to make a truly spectacular wedding day go from dream to reality. Plus, we just really want to share the love for the other amazing must-follow wedding professionals out there.

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Meghan ❤︎ Conor: A Telluride Adventure

I was floored when I found out I would be assisting with the coordination of Meghan and Conor’s wedding, not only because they’re such a fun-loving couple, but because it would give me an opportunity to travel to Telluride, Colorado for the first time. All I can say is, the scenic mountain town lived up to all the hype.


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Kid Free Zone – Having An Adult Only Wedding

A quick Google search of ‘kid free wedding’ mostly results in blog posts from single-ladies-turned-moms saying how rude it is to ask potential guests to leave the kids at home. But this Denver wedding planner doesn’t entirely agree with that. Sure, it sucks to be excluded from something because you have kiddos in tow. But let’s be real, a wedding is about the bride and groom, not the feelings of the people they’ve deemed important enough to include in their special day. If anything, moms and dads should see a kidless wedding as the opportunity it is – a date night to let their guard down. And while there can be many, justified reasons to make your wedding a kid free zone, sometimes the success of making that understood and accepted lies in the delivery. So we’ve put together a handy guide for child free wedding etiquette with tips and suggestions to help make your message more well received and your kid free wedding an event to look forward to.

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Writing Wedding Thank You Notes

As William Shakespeare once said, “I can no other answer make, but, thanks, and thanks.” And thanks is what you should be giving if you’ve received (or are soon to receive) any items off your wedding gift registry. If you’re getting ready for your wedding day, you’re soon to know all about the undertaking that is: writing wedding thank you notes. But your Denver wedding planner Blue Linden wants you to know that it doesn’t have to be a daunting task, and if we can provide some thank you note tips to help you tackle those suckers, we’re all for it!

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