Crane's Wedding Blue Book
Steven L. Feinberg
Simon & Schuster, 1993 - Education - 158 pages
No one brings the knowledge, elegance, and good taste to weddings and wedding stationary that Crane does. From announcing the engagement to writing that final thank you note, Crane has helped thousands of brides prepare for, and create the mood for, their special days. Now, with Crane's Wedding Blue Book, every bride can have a private consultation with the best in the business. Steven L. Feinberg directs customer development for Crane & Co. and travels extensively, giving workshops and seminars on stationary style and etiquette.
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A Note to the Bride
Invitations to Meet You or Your Fiance
Selecting Your Wedding Invitation
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abbreviated American Ambassador Andrew Jay Forrester at-home cards black ink blind embossed bridal showers bride and groom bride's parents calling cards ceremony cards Christine Pritchett church coat of arms Colonel couple divorced ecru or white engraved in black ENVELOPE INSIDE ENVELOPE ENVELOPE The Honorable etiquette father fiance Formal wedding invitations friends gifts groom's name groom's parents guests know handwritten host informals initial representing invitational line invitations issued invitations read Irving Horowitz issue the invitations junior last name late reception less formal letter sheets lettering style line reading maiden name mailed map cards marriage married names Mary Chance Forrester middle name monogram Nuptial Mass Officer OUTSIDE ENVELOPE proper reception cards reception invitations rehearsal dinner reply request Robinson OUTSIDE ENVELOPE Robinson Robinson Robinson Woman INVITATION six o'clock stationery thermography traditional invitations Troy Clayton U.S. Army United States Army wedding announcements wedding thank-you notes weddings held William Robinson wording write written