O.K., so I just have to compare Michelle Obama’s inaugural ball gown to one of our new wedding invitations. It’s inevitable, it’s what I do. Designer Jason Wu's style is described as strong yet feminine. Michelle’s dress certainly fits the bill with its cascading design and fitted silhouette. Our falling circles invitation, designed by our own Jason, creates a cascading effect as well, while the bridal shower invitations show off the traditional wedding dress silhouette.
While cruising through the Internet and searching for the cutest new anything, I happily came across the Papery and Cakery site. This site has so much creativity and blends in stationery and baked goods, two of my all-time passions. This store, which happens to be one of our newer retailers, has the cutest Web showing I have seen.
It is easy to maneuver with fresh designs and delicious new inventions just waiting to come out of the oven. I am truly excited to see how their site progresses. It just goes to show that a unique site can enhance your business. So, check them out and let us know what you think!
Also, if you have a site that needs new fresh pictures, please don’t hesitate to contact us! P.S. Their blog is mad cute as well, with the first page focusing on the color purple (the color, not the book/musical).
Now, Liz, don't get me wrong. You're an incredible company manager and
probably the only person around here who knows what's going on 100
percent of the time. No one's arguing about that. But we have to talk
about your desk. Simply, it is the Land of the Lost. One of these days
I expect to find clippings of newspapers from the 1800s underneath
those bags from Trader Joe's that you keep underneath it. (Lord, I hope
there's nothing perishable in there.)
Didn't we all take a few hours before Winter Break to generally clean our desk areas after the craziness and mishegoss of Holiday '08? I mean, even Lindsay cleaned her desk (and looks like she's kept it up)! But, like Pigpen, seconds after it was clean, every loose paper, teabag, magazine, purse, coffee mug and tchotchke found its way to your desk. This is no way to be. As Jewel so fortuitously sang, "Who will save your desk, if you won't save your own?" At least, I think that's what she said.
Anyway, think about it.