Starfish Designer Writing Paper

If you are planning a beach wedding, there are so many different themes that you can choose…anything from seashells to palm trees to starfish (and much more). The Sandpiper Wedding Store offers a variety of “themes” and hopefully you can find the perfect one for your wedding! One of the more elegant designs we have is the tan starfish original artwork.

There are so many uses for this well designed starfish stationary. You can send a personal message from your beach cottage or honeymoon, or use this paper to write personalized thank you notes. Give it as a gift for those in your wedding party, or even as favors at your reception. Your options are endless. The paper size is 8.5 by 5.5 inches and can be cut in half. Choose your preferred paper type (you can even choose to go green and get designer recycled paper)

Starfish Message Writing Stationery stationery

Starfish Elegant Invitation Postage stamp

Choose this postage stamp to add a little life to your envelopes. The fancy script lettering in shadow text form says “You’re Invited”.  Elegant white sea stars border the text on a graphically designed, tan background.

If you would like anything changed or need help personalizing any product you find on Sandpiper Wedding, please feel free to contact me using the information at the top of the page.

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Posted on February 10, 2011, in Personal Stationery and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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