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Wednesday, May 19, 2010

Peacock Fashion: Incorporating this HOT Runway Look into your Wedding!

Yvonne's Invitations partners with the Reality Shopper Blog's, Sarah Moniz in bringing you a hot trend in fashion that can be translated into your wedding or next special event!
The Reality Shopper Blog is for REAL Fashionistas who love high-end designer looks but just can't afford to pay a lot. Would you like to live like a celebrity and have your very own fashion shopper? Contact Sarah at for free online shopping and advice!

A rapidly growing fashion trend is the use of peacock feathers. These feathers boast stunning blue hues and allow easy integration of accent colors also visible in the feather, as seen in this bebe Peacock Feather Headband. This trend is becoming increasingly popular on run-aways, & themed-events. This headband is a great accessory for your peacock-themed bridal party!
Let your Wedding Invitation sets the tone to your theme...
Peacock Galore
Enclose your invitation, direction or accommodation card and other enclosures in this bright turquoise pocket, tied together by a black satin ribbon. The shimmer invitation features a black border and peacock feathers. Direction card and enclosures are sold separately.

Closed Pocket: 7 5/8" x 5 1/4"
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A symbol of beauty, the peacock inspired this ecru, tea-length card invitation. Two peacock feathers, in oceanside blue and espresso, encase the wording of your invitation to add a sophisticated touch. 4 x 9 1/4". Click here to view Peacock invitation.
Peacock Menu Card
Matching ecru menu card features a Peacock feather, a symbol of beauty and sophistication. 5 1/2" x 5 1/2". Click here to view Peacock menu card.
Peacock Ensemble
This Peacck-themed ensemble comples your reception setting with matching table number card, place card, favor seal & favor tag. Itme scan be ordered individually and can be personalized.
Incorporating "Peacock-blue" hues into your bridal party wear...
Did you know that in bridal tradition, the color blue represents Love? Not just something "blue." Centuries ago blue was used to symbolize purity, modesty and fidelity, as well. At one time blue was even a popular choice for wedding dresses! With black wedding dresses growing in popularity, let's hope that blue gowns make a comeback soon too!
Here, Sarah provides you with some bridal party fashion ideas to fit into your blue-theme! Beaded dress for bridesmaids, prom, Special Event, Wedding by Sean Collection (8211). For the groomsmen, men's turquoise, aqua blue dress vest and neck tie set for suit or tuxedo.

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