Congratulations to all our SMX September Exhibit Bookers.

There is 1 winner of our Personal Embosser Kit and 10 Winners of the Personal White Board Planner. Check if your names are one of the lucky few to win these fabulous prices. Winners will be emailed and given instructions on how to proceed. Join us again on our next exhibit and our new promo giveaways. Whatever occassion you will be celebrating, we have something for you. See you again in the next exhibit.

Personal Embosser Kit Winner: 

Michelle Santos & Edwin Karl Ambrose

hand-held embosser
Printed Matter Hand-held Personal Embosser

 

Personal White Board & Reminder Kit Winners:

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Printed Matter Planners

 

  1. Rowena Halog & Juan Marie Gerardo
  2. Noel C. Malaca
  3. Jason Zapanta
  4. April Angelique Alanon & Ranier Sante
  5. Rhea Manuel & Jarry Andaleon
  6. Glennis Fiona Javelosa & Armando Delo Tan
  7. Ma. Isabel Chacon & Leonardo Tolosa, Jr.
  8. Krisna Padilla & Carlo Bicol
  9. Cecille Canaria & Ronald Catarata
  10. Esh Bag-O & Roy Rafael

If you are the Winner of the Embosser, samples or choices are here for you to select from.

If you are the winners of the White Board Planners, samples or choices are here for you to select from.

Say it with flowers. When red roses are given, we know love is in the air for the recipient automatically. Different flowers have different meanings. Even flowers of the same kind but in a different colour, totally means something else. I think most of us know this, but really can’t remember every single flower sentiment. So, figure out below, what these flowers meant when you get them or when you give them. Feel free to send it more if you have as well on the comment below. Thanks for reading.

*Idea: Add these flower meanings in your our signature albums, guestbooks or programmes.  Guests can appreciate the flowers you’ve selected on their table as centerpiece  when they understand the sentiments behind.

  • Baby’s Breath – Everlasting love
  • Carnation – Pure love
  • Crocus – Cheerfulness
  • Daisy – Innocence
  • Dogwood – Duration
  • Fern – Magic
  • Forget-Me-Not – Remembrance
  • Freesia – Innocence
  • Fuchsia – Confiding Love
  • Garden Rose – Love
  • Geranium – True Friendship
  • Hellebore – Calming
  • Hyacinth – Sports & Play
  • Ivy – Friendship
  • Lady’s Mantle – Comfort
  • Lilac – First emotions of Love
  • Lily of the Valley – Return of Happiness
  • Mint – Virtue
  • Orchid – Beauty
  • Pansy – Thoughtfulness
  • Peony – Bashful
  • Pink Carnation – Woman’s Love
  • Pink Jasmine – Attachment
  • Ranunculus – Radiant w/ Charms
  • Rosemary – Remembrance
  • Snowdrop – Hope
  • Stephanotis – Happiness in Marriage
  • Sweet Pea – Delicate Pleasures
  • Tulip – Declaration of Love
  • White Jasmine – Amiability
  • White Lilies – Purity
  • White Rose – Worth

 

 

What season does your favourite flower grow? What’s the best choice of flower for your wedding month? When adding elements to invites, one of the popular choices will be flowers. I know some flowers, yeah…Roses, Sunflowers, Lilies, Tulips, Carnations, and…so forth… (So forth here means, I have little idea of the rest of them, until a client will tell us about them. Something we’ve often laughed at ourselves about was when a client introduced us to the Birds of Paradise… yup, these are flowers, and not “Birds”.

I’ve done some research and thanks to “Martha Stewart’s Weddings, Ideas, and Inspirations”, I’ve learned a little bit more in the nomenclature of the flower species, and as a bonus, I now know when they are in season! Yey! I can now Google them and actually see what they look like and know if they will appear anywhere in my invitation and other essential wedding props. There are more flowers worldwide, and if you can share some fabulous flowers that are perfect for weddings, feel free to share it on the comments below. Do add the best time they grow as well so I can add them to Martha’s list.. Thanks!

Spring:

  • Blooming Fruit Branches
  • Daffodils
  • Irises
  • Lilacs
  • Lilies of the Valley
  • Peonies
  • Ranunculus
  • Sweet Peas
  • Tulips

Summer

  • Clematis
  • Cosmos
  • Dahlias (late Summer)
  • Freesias
  • Garden Roses
  • Hydrangeas
  • Queen Anne Lace (Midsummer)
  • Poppies

Fall

  • Amaryllises
  • Bittersweet Branches
  • Calla Lilies
  • Dahlias
  • Gardenias
  • Japanese Anemones
  • Oak Branches & Leaves
  • Ornamental Kale
  • Rose Hips

Winter

  • Amaryllises
  • Anemones
  • Camellia
  • Helebores
  • Hyacinths
  • Narcissus
  • Paperwhites
  • Quince
  • Snowdrops

For Store Pick-up Clients, pls. indicate if you prefer Makati or QC. Dismiss