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Super Bowl Party Must-Haves

In preparation for the Super Bowl this weekend, we have rounded up some of our favorite recipes, tricks, games and more from around the web. Whether you’re in it for the football, the commercials, or just the food, we’ve got everything you need for a killer Super Bowl party.

 Super Bowl Food

As we all know, the food and drinks provide at least 75% of the enjoyment on Super Bowl Sunday. Even as I write this, I’m having a hard time concentrating thinking of all the delicious, incredible, cheesy things I am going to eat, so let’s just get right into it.

Super Bowl Food Ideas

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Why Digital Invitations are the Best Thing to Happen to Wedding Planning

Today we are featuring a guest post from our friend’s over at Modernize, who are sharing their insights on why digital invitations are the best thing to happen to wedding planning.

Sending invitations for your wedding is one of the most exciting tasks throughout the wedding planning process. But the cost of paper invitations adds up quickly, and the process of designing and sending them out can be timely—so why not consider going digital instead? We at Modernize believe that every new bride can benefit from using e-invitations, and here’s why:

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Designer Feature: Stacey Meacham Design

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Owner and Principal Designer at Stacey Meacham Design joins us from Atlanta, Georgia today to share a bit about her story and journey as a designer, her favorite piece of advice, and some music to add to your Spotify playlist.

Can you share a bit more about your journey as an artist – how you got started to where you are now?

For as long as I can remember I’ve been drawing or painting something, ever since I was a little girl, so it only made sense to pursue a career in the arts. I started as a fine artist and graduated with a BFA in Graphic Design. I’ve worked in small design firms, corporate marketing departments, advertising agencies and as a professor in advertising. Now I run my own one-woman design studio.

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Wedding Advice from Colin Cowie: Stationery Inspiration and Insights

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World-renowned event and wedding planner, Colin Cowie, joins us for the second installment of our blog series to share his style and insights for wedding stationery selection. Once your theme and style has been set (or even before, if you are looking for inspiration!) stationery selection can be on of the earliest steps in your wedding planning. Whether the first news your guests receive is an engagement announcement, a save the date, or a formal invitation, having it match your style is key to alluding to what to expect on your big day. Here are Colin’s top tips for trends, styles, and how to choose a stationer:

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Professional New Year’s Greetings and Wishes for Businesses

Friendly touch-points with clients and prospects are key parts of the sales lifecycle. If every interaction a customer has with your organization is related to sales, eventually you are going burn them out. For example, constantly being emailed about a “Limited Time Sale” or “One-time Offer” will leave a negative association with emails from your domain.

To counteract this constant selling approach, it might be time to mix it up with a simple “Happy New Year’s” card or greeting. With innovations in digital greeting delivery to replicate the feel of getting a card through the traditional post, these cards can go a long way to make sure your contacts are building positive associations with your brand and more personal relationships with your sales team. 

If you are looking for inspiration of exactly what to say, here are some examples of professional copy you can use with our 2015 New Year’s cards:

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Tips for a Stylish New Year’s Eve Bash

In preparation for one of the most anticipated nights of the year, we are here to help you find your style with digital invites and cosmetics to match. Throwing a glamorous New Year’s bash has never been easier or more fashionable than with the Greenvelope and butter LONDON 2015 holiday collection.

Glamorous Black & Gold Ball


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Wedding Advice from Colin Cowie: The Role of Personal Expression in Your Wedding Day


With engagement season upon us, we are elated to be able to share the expert advice of world-renowned event and wedding planner, Colin Cowie. Colin helps couples on any budget create a wedding fit for the stars, with huge amounts of glamour, confidence and ease. Colin is the party planner of choice for celebrities like Jennifer Aniston, Tom Cruise, Jennifer Lopez, Oprah Winfrey and Kim Kardashian.

In the first of a three-part blog series, Colin answers the questions many couples face upon beginning wedding planning: how to host a wedding that truly represents you, and how to best use personal expression to create an experience that embodies your style and taste.

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Designer Chat: How Do You Spark Your Creativity?


What does creativity feel like?

The most notable feeling associated with creativity is the “Aha!” moment, but creativity is much more than that. It is a process of exploration, understanding, progression, inspiration, and allowing one’s mind to rest, daydream, search, synthesize, and evolve.  

It is this process that we were interested in hearing about from our designers. In such an artistic and creative profession, we wanted to know: How do you spark your creativity when you aren’t feeling creative?

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New Feature Updates: November 2015

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November was a busy and exciting month for the Greenvelope team, hitting our new record for most new features implemented in a single month (whoop, whoop!)

It was a hard task to pick just three, but here are the most noteworthy updates for November:

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A Moment to Give Thanks


We hope you are able to enjoy some turkey or spend time with loved ones this Thanksgiving. In honor of the season here at Greenvelope we wanted to take a moment to acknowledge all those we work with, day in and day out, and share a few big “Thank You!”s

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