Fizara http://fizara.com Design-It-Yourself Wedding Albums, Photo Books and Canvas Prints Wed, 29 Jul 2015 16:51:01 +0000 en-US hourly 1 4 Quick Tips for Stocking Your Wedding Bar http://fizara.com/4-quick-tips-for-stocking-your-wedding-bar/ http://fizara.com/4-quick-tips-for-stocking-your-wedding-bar/#comments Wed, 29 Jul 2015 16:51:01 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11587 Wedding planning is fun and exciting and also daunting and stressful. One of the big expenses of the celebration is the bar tab. It’s not just a simple decision of having a cash bar or an open bar: there are endless decisions about what kinds of alcohol to serve, the size of the selection, when […]

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Wedding planning is fun and exciting and also daunting and stressful. One of the big expenses of the celebration is the bar tab. It’s not just a simple decision of having a cash bar or an open bar: there are endless decisions about what kinds of alcohol to serve, the size of the selection, when to open and close the bar, etc. Alabama.com just published this concise article with 4 quick tips for stocking your wedding bar. One of the tips is to buy lower cost alcohol.

It’s always good to keep a nice bottle or two on hand, but drinking and entertaining can get expensive. Once you use up what you were given at the party, you’ll want to be able to replenish your bar with similar products.

The article even gives some great suggestions of spirits that taste great but won’t break the bank.

If your finances are stretched thin from the wedding, buying high quality, low cost items can make your money go a long way. We suggest Buffalo Trace bourbon ($24.99), Bombay Sapphire gin ($21.99), Cruzan Aged rum ($14.99), Tito’s vodka ($19.99), El Jimador tequila ($19.99).

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The article is actually full of helpful tips, separated into 4 concise categories to help you save money and still wow your wedding guests. See the whole thing on Alabama.com

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For a few more tips, see our post, How to Save Money on Wedding Food and Drinks Without Cutting Corners & Customize Your Big Day with a Signature Wedding Drink

Cheers!

 

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Awesome Wedding Favors Your Guests Will Actually Want http://fizara.com/awesome-wedding-favors-your-guests-will-actually-want/ http://fizara.com/awesome-wedding-favors-your-guests-will-actually-want/#comments Tue, 28 Jul 2015 17:22:12 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11580 Wedding traditions are changing. Pretty much, anything goes these days. And even though the weddings you’ll attend are likely to be just as unique as the couple getting married, some things stay the same. One of these is the wedding favor. Etiquette still seems to favor the favors. Couples want to gift their family and […]

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Wedding traditions are changing. Pretty much, anything goes these days. And even though the weddings you’ll attend are likely to be just as unique as the couple getting married, some things stay the same. One of these is the wedding favor. Etiquette still seems to favor the favors. Couples want to gift their family and friends with a small token of appreciation for attending their celebrations. The Huffington Post put together this great list of awesome wedding favors your guests will actually want and some of them are so cute and custom that we can’t help but feel excited about, what was likely, a very cool wedding.

One of the patterns we see: many of these giveaways are edible. People don’t often know what to do with wedding favors, often choosing to leave them behind. Those unused and ultimately, trashed items, eat into your wedding budget. People love free food. Consider giving your guests a cupcake, cake pop, moon pie, or tiny box of macaroons they can eat on the way home or save for breakfast tomorrow. You can also give guests a little box or bag to fill up with treats at a sweets table towards the end of the night.

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Edible gifts seem to go over well with guests as they can consume them and don’t have to find a place in their homes for a trinket or chochkie. I love these mini bottles of champagne; don’t expect to see any of these left on your reception tables.

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Another good option is to consider giving guests something practical that they can use in their homes. A bottle opener is a great idea. It’s useful, and guests will fondly remember your wedding celebration whenever they pull it out to use at their own shindigs. I love the vintage skeleton key look of this wine opene

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Another idea I’ve seen a ton is to gift individual plants to your guests. A sweet succulent or mini orchid can be transported and looks so adorable at each place setting, not to mention, on your desk or windowsill at home.

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Check out the Huffington Post article here, and get some great ideas for your guests.

What’s the best wedding favor you’ve seen?

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Skip the Wedding Gifts and Opt for Cash http://fizara.com/skip-the-wedding-gifts-and-opt-for-cash/ http://fizara.com/skip-the-wedding-gifts-and-opt-for-cash/#comments Sun, 26 Jul 2015 13:00:15 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11572 According to a New York Times article, engaged couples these days are choosing to skip the wedding gifts and opt for cash. I don’t know about you, but I, personally, loved registering. Picking out the cool gifts people were actually going to gift us, picturing what our home would look like with said cool gifts, […]

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According to a New York Times article, engaged couples these days are choosing to skip the wedding gifts and opt for cash. I don’t know about you, but I, personally, loved registering. Picking out the cool gifts people were actually going to gift us, picturing what our home would look like with said cool gifts, and, of course, using the scanner gun – it was all exciting. So why exactly are couples foregoing wedding heirlooms in favor of cash gift requests? According to the Times, couples are asking for gifts of the monetary kind, often, to put towards the honeymoon.

Jason Dorsey, the chief strategy officer and a millennials researcher at the Center for Generational Kinetics in Austin, Tex., tells the Times, “Couples of this generation prefer experiences over stuff,” said Mr. Dorsey, who also works with retailers and companies that cater to millennials. “Less is more. This generation of couples live in smaller spaces and don’t need gifts. They would prefer a visit to a yoga retreat or tickets to a concert. They want more personal reflections of what they value.”

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The article also cites that many people are getting married later, often have student loan debt, and have homes they have already rented or purchased that are filled with furnishings, so household gifts are often not seen as necessary. Also, with many couples living together before marriage, they often have the household items they need before the marriage.

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The Times article interviewed, Xochitl Gonzalez, owner of AaB Creates, a wedding-planning company. “But couples today don’t need kitchen stuff, and most don’t entertain formally. So they don’t need a $200 place setting. Why not give them the honeymoon experience they want instead of cluttering their house with a gift they won’t use?”

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Experts also note that some couples overdo it with wedding costs and request money to help recoup some of the wedding costs. There are now a lot of different registry options for couples to choose from. If they suspect that invited guests may be a little more traditional in etiquette, as in, not wanting to write checks, couples can ask that guests allocate gifts towards a honeymoon on registries such as Honeyfund.com, a free service where couples can register for the most exotic and romantic of trips. The Times also notes Hatch My House, a cool site where couples can receive monies to put towards their marital home.

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So what are your thoughts? Are traditional wedding gifts still the way to go? Or are the times a changing, and moving towards a very different wedding etiquette? Read the entire New York Times article here.

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Our 5 Favorite Wedding Photos of the Week http://fizara.com/our-5-favorite-wedding-photos-of-the-week/ http://fizara.com/our-5-favorite-wedding-photos-of-the-week/#comments Fri, 24 Jul 2015 15:39:14 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11560 Wedding season is in full effect right now with nearly every weekend booked with a beautiful event all summer long. Weddings vary so much in their styles, details, colors, and cultures, and we’re always so excited to see the beautiful images come rolling in. Each wedding is so different from the next, with creative custom […]

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Wedding season is in full effect right now with nearly every weekend booked with a beautiful event all summer long. Weddings vary so much in their styles, details, colors, and cultures, and we’re always so excited to see the beautiful images come rolling in. Each wedding is so different from the next, with creative custom details that reflect each couple’s unique style. To get to your sunny summer weekend, here are our 5 favorite wedding photos of the week.

I love this Texas wedding featured on Ruffled. It featured a gorgeous garden backdrop, beautiful bold blossoms, and check out this amazing retro backdrop! Extra points for the bride’s mom as she owns her own vintage rental company!

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This beautiful San Francisco wedding was dramatic, bohemian, and totally unique. I love the rug accents, the hilarious bride and groom chair backer, and of course, I’m a sucker for a dog walking down the aisle.

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I fell in love with this romantic, elegant, and totally stylish wedding featured on Rock n Roll Bride. The images are sweet and Cat Mayer Studio completely captured the raw emotion of this couple’s perfect day. Make sure to check out the image of the bride’s daughter walking her down the aisle.

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Did I say I was a sucker a dogs in weddings? This image by Clayton Austin featured on Style Me Pretty is perfection. The lucite reception chairs, the gorgeous table garland, and of course, this velvety, garland-adorned pooch!

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This happy pretty London wedding just screams “celebration!” I’m in love with these sweet brides and their tea length lace dresses. Check out the full post for all of the beautiful British details!

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Anniversary Couple Recreated Their Original Wedding Photos from 1975 http://fizara.com/anniversary-couple-recreated-their-original-wedding-photos-from-1975/ http://fizara.com/anniversary-couple-recreated-their-original-wedding-photos-from-1975/#comments Wed, 22 Jul 2015 14:58:23 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11553 Photo credit: A Silent Story We seem to hear so much about divorce these days. Every other day I hear about someone else’s and we all know the statistics. However, we can’t help but believe in forever, here at Fizara. Every time we see your beautiful wedding images, and the albums you lovingly created with […]

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We seem to hear so much about divorce these days. Every other day I hear about someone else’s and we all know the statistics. However, we can’t help but believe in forever, here at Fizara. Every time we see your beautiful wedding images, and the albums you lovingly created with your favorite memories, we can’t help but re fall in love with love. It’s really refreshing to hear about a couple celebrating a major milestone. Today.com reported about this couple, Dex and Carrie, who just celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary! To top it off, this anniversary couple recreated their original wedding photos from 1975.

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Carrie and Dex were about to celebrate the big 40 by renewing their vows in Vegas when they had the idea to recreate some of their old photos – complete with the custom made jacket and wedding gown Carrie handmade for each of them. A few of the details had gone missing over the years, Carrie’s garter and Dex’s borrowed tie, but the images are uncanny. We love the cool motorcycle shot! When asked what their secret to longevity is, Dex told Today.com, “We’re still very much in love. “We’ve always [taken] one day at a time.”

Head to Today.com to see the fun images.

This is such a sweet idea! Do you have any old images you’d like to recreate now?

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Merrill Lynch on the Cost of Destination Weddings http://fizara.com/merrill-lynch-on-the-cost-of-destination-weddings/ http://fizara.com/merrill-lynch-on-the-cost-of-destination-weddings/#comments Tue, 21 Jul 2015 17:41:57 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11547 I stumbled on this article by Merrill Lynch on the cost of destination weddings and thought it was a great little explanation of some of the pros and cons of a planning a wedding away from home. The article, “You’re Getting Married WHERE?” presents some of the benefits and challenges of planning a destination wedding […]

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I stumbled on this article by Merrill Lynch on the cost of destination weddings and thought it was a great little explanation of some of the pros and cons of a planning a wedding away from home. The article, “You’re Getting Married WHERE?” presents some of the benefits and challenges of planning a destination wedding by interviewing wedding planner, Sally Kilbridge. Weddings have become such an expression of a couple’s personality and uniqueness. Everything from the dress to the venue to the vows is an opportunity to show your individuality. The location of the wedding is one of the major and most personal aspects of the big day. Merrill Lynch explains that destination weddings are often much more expensive than traditional or hometown weddings because of the exotic locales and increased travel costs for the wedding party and guests. The article states, Several factors account for the growing popularity of destination weddings: the sense of adventure and closeness that they can create, the opportunity to share a beloved destination with friends and family—and, for some, the chance to whittle down the cost of an often-expensive event. With the average price of a wedding in the United States running close to $29,000—a number that can easily double or triple in major urban areas—combining a romantic location with a lower price tag has definite appeal. That’s true whether the couple is footing the bill or, as remains the tradition, the bride’s family is paying.

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Destination weddings don’t have to mean exorbitant costs, though. You can definitely have a small and intimate destination wedding for a few of your nearest and dearest. A destination wedding can be a great way to shorten your guest list. If you plan on Lake Como nuptials, a’ la George Clooney, you can probably expect that all 300 people you invite may not make it to your celebration. The article explains, the potential savings of a destination wedding can be substantial. “If the wedding is in your hometown, everyone expects to be invited,” she says, “but if you’re asking people to travel a great distance, that’s going to shrink your guest list. Guests traditionally bear the cost of transportation and accommodations. And some guests won’t want to spend the money to travel to a destination they haven’t chosen.

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Destination weddings ultimately have pros and cons. It will be incredibly romantic sharing your favorite of locales with the people you love most. However, a faraway wedding can also mean that certain people may not be able to attend due to health reasons, financial reasons, etc. “Weigh the practicalities of your guests’ lives and go from there,” Kilbridge advises. “Start by making your absolute-must-attend list. Then check with those people to see if they can go.”

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Read the rest of the article here and get some great, no-fuss info that may help you with you own big decisions.

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Your Uncomfortable Engagement Etiquette Questions Answered http://fizara.com/your-uncomfortable-engagement-etiquette-questions-answered/ http://fizara.com/your-uncomfortable-engagement-etiquette-questions-answered/#comments Mon, 20 Jul 2015 13:00:56 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11537 When you get engaged, all sorts of things start to happen very quickly. A flurry starts as relatives are contacted, dates are thrown around, and the questions begin. When are you thinking of getting married? Who is going to be in your wedding? Can you send us a picture of the ring? Many of us […]

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When you get engaged, all sorts of things start to happen very quickly. A flurry starts as relatives are contacted, dates are thrown around, and the questions begin. When are you thinking of getting married? Who is going to be in your wedding? Can you send us a picture of the ring? Many of us may not know when the question will be popped but have a good idea it’s coming, or at least on the horizon. But what if you haven’t planned your entire affair before you put a ring on it? How do you field all of those uncomfortable questions that are undoubtedly coming your way? Who What Wear put out their helpful etiquette guide, addressing all your wedding etiquette questions. Social media has made the sharing of news (both good and bad) effortless and instantaneous. While it has some amazing pros, it has left many wondering where the old school manners and etiquette come into play. For example, you may not want your 500 Facebook friends seeing a photo of you in your wedding dress before your partner does. Etiquette doesn’t need to fly out the window; there are some rules to apply that can help you navigate your engagement in this modern day. There are also some great tips for those of us who are anxious to congratulate the happy couple on social media. Here are a coupleyes, of our favorites from their post. To see the rest, head to Who What Wear and get all your uncomfortable engagement etiquette questions answered.

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How do I deal with uncomfortable questions about the ring?

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Who What Wear fields this topic with some classy advice. When it comes to questions about price, Post offers this one-liner: “Dan probably spent more on it than he should have, but I’ll cherish it forever.”

Who should I share the news with first?

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Who What Wear has some excellent advice for sharing your happy news with friends and family. One tip: put yourselves in their shoes. See the rest of the tips and put your engagement etiquette fears to rest.

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5 Friday DIYs Perfectly Suited for Summertime http://fizara.com/5-friday-diys-perfectly-suited-for-summertime/ http://fizara.com/5-friday-diys-perfectly-suited-for-summertime/#comments Fri, 17 Jul 2015 17:06:38 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11526 Weekends in the summertime seem to be a little extra relaxing. The warm weather that lingers into the evening, and the sun staying out a little bit longer seem to beg us to spend a little more time enjoying ourselves. Hopefully you’re enjoying a little extra downtime, and with it, the chance to get out […]

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Weekends in the summertime seem to be a little extra relaxing. The warm weather that lingers into the evening, and the sun staying out a little bit longer seem to beg us to spend a little more time enjoying ourselves. Hopefully you’re enjoying a little extra downtime, and with it, the chance to get out and do some of the things you’ve been wanting to do for a while now. For me, that means catching up on some great do-it-yourself projects I’ve been collecting. That folder in my internet browser is overflowing with cool stuff that the internet promises I can make myself. I’ve rounded up 5 of my favorites that, I think, can be enjoyed throughout the summer. For example, the DIY kids hammock chair (yes, hammock chair) just screams, “summertime reading nook!” Without further ado, here are 5 Friday DIYs perfectly suited for summertime.

Hammock chair

The crafting geniuses at A Beautiful Mess created this awesome hammock chair that was featured on Makezine. What child wouldn’t love swaying here with their favorite book? I’d probably try to squeeze in there, too.

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Grid patterned planter

These cool and modern planters can be made with just 1/8″ black tape, planters, scissors and a ruler. They look chic and sophisticated in their minimalistic pattern. Create any pattern you like! Get the directions and see tons of beautiful photos over on Homey Oh My!

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Geodes

I love geodes. Geode necklaces, geode bookends, you name it, if it’s a brightly-colored rock crystal, I’ll come running. How much fun would it be to grow your own geode? Dollar Store Crafts has the tutorial for growing your own sparklies – for cheap.

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Design your own tote bag

I love summer weekend trips to the farmers market for fresh flowers, fruits, and vegetables. Take your own DIY iron transfer, personalized bags with you and reduce your carbon footprint and send a personalized statement. Extra points if you walk or bike there. The Crafted Life has a tutorial for making your custom carryalls.

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Herringbone wall art

Add a bright splash of color to your walls for the summer with a DIY herringbone patterned canvas from the blog I Should Be Mopping the Floor. Avoid your indoor chores by working on this pretty project outside, get some Vitamin D, and undoubtedly feel a little bit artsy at the same time!

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I can’t wait to get started! Here’s to your summertime crafting!

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The Taylor Swift Photography Contract Everyone Is Talking About http://fizara.com/the-taylor-swift-photography-contract-everyone-is-talking-about/ http://fizara.com/the-taylor-swift-photography-contract-everyone-is-talking-about/#comments Wed, 15 Jul 2015 17:18:04 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11395 Photo credit: The Guardian I’ve been reading a lot about the Taylor Swift photography contract that everyone is talking about. In case you haven’t heard, it is reported that Ms. Swift released a photographer contract for press and freelance photographers who come to her shows, that they have to agree to some pretty stringent-sounding terms […]

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I’ve been reading a lot about the Taylor Swift photography contract that everyone is talking about. In case you haven’t heard, it is reported that Ms. Swift released a photographer contract for press and freelance photographers who come to her shows, that they have to agree to some pretty stringent-sounding terms in order to work there. The Huffington Post reports the contract stipulates the following:

  • The photos could only be used once. Newspapers could not keep the photos for their archives or to use later
  • The photos could not be posted to social media
  • Swift was allowed to use all photos for non-commercial purposes
  • Swift or anyone else related to the tour had the right to damage or destroy equipment or data belonging to photographers if the terms of the agreement were not met

“The right to damage or destroy equipment or data?” Does this seem a little extreme? The Huffington post article also reports that this news comes on the heels of an issue between Swift and Apple in which the singer told Apple that she would not be giving Apple access her 1989 album for their new music streaming service because they would not be paying artists, writers, and staff for a 3-month trial period. A photographer called Swift a hypocrite saying, “you seem happy to restrict [photographers] to being paid once, and never being able to earn from our work ever again, while granting you the rights to exploit our work for your benefit for all eternity.” A Poynter article points out that this is something that many celebrities and sports figures are doing in exchange for giving access to themselves and their events.

Mickey Osterreicher, general counsel for the National Press Photographers Association, stated to Poynter, “My opinion is that these contracts are unnecessary and overreaching. From the point of view of the artist they serve their purpose completely, unless of course people not only refuse to sign the agreement but also decline to report on/review the concert entirely.”

What side of the fence are you on? Is this contract, and ones like it, standing up for artists? Do contracts like this protect public figures and their image or do they keep press and freelance photographers from being able to earn a living for themselves?

For all of the details, see the Huffington Post article and the Poynter article.

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Hilarious Wedding Invitations to Lighten the Mood http://fizara.com/hilarious-wedding-invitations-to-lighten-the-mood/ http://fizara.com/hilarious-wedding-invitations-to-lighten-the-mood/#comments Tue, 14 Jul 2015 16:33:18 +0000 http://fizara.com/?p=11380 Weddings are serious business. The beautiful gown, meaningful vows, and impeccable details. We’ve been talking about invitations recently and these pretty papers often set the tone for the whole wedding. They give guests a glimpse of what to expect on the big day. The invitations have to be perfect. Photo credit: Kelli Anderson via Today […]

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Weddings are serious business. The beautiful gown, meaningful vows, and impeccable details. We’ve been talking about invitations recently and these pretty papers often set the tone for the whole wedding. They give guests a glimpse of what to expect on the big day. The invitations have to be perfect.

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Why are weddings such serious business? They’re just the celebration of two people vowing to join their lives together. Forever. That’s all. “Til death do us part” is definitely not something to take lightly, however, we can still have a little fun when it comes to nuptials. If you’re seemingly stuck in a very serious Tuesday, here are some hilarious wedding invitations to lighten the mood. See if you can spot the prank in this, otherwise serious save-the-date.

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Bored Panda has rounded up some of the most hilarious wedding RSVP reply cards of all time. The Nicholas Cage background seems like an inside joke, that hopefully everyone invited to the wedding will understand – and appreciate. So if you’re stuck at work on this Tuesday, remember, it’s not so serious, here are Bored Panda’s 9 hilarious wedding RSVP’s.

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