From: PR Newswire
Published August 29, 2007 08:24 AM Releases Eco-Friendly 'Green' Invitations

TAMPA, Fla., -, a Tampa based retailer of invitations and stationery, has unveiled a unique line of recycled invitations, in response to increased awareness surrounding environmentally-friendly weddings.

Due to increased customer demand for invitations that are created with recycled paper, has released this line of invitations. These invitations are designed specifically for customers looking to have at least one aspect of their wedding be environmentally- friendly. Some common ways to make a wedding "green" are choosing invitations that use recycled paper, hire vendors that specialize in creating eco-friendly weddings, and hiring photographers that use digital photography instead of traditional film photography.

Eco-friendly or "green" weddings have been very popular recently with brides and wedding planners alike. More and more brides are making strides to have a green wedding by choosing vendors that offer environmentally safe alternatives, including invitations. The new line of invitations was released with the eco-conscious bride in mind.

"These new invitations, crafted on recycled paper, prove that you do not have to sacrifice style to have a green wedding. We want brides to have the option of choosing invitations that go along with a 'green' wedding," stated Allison De Meulder, President of aims to provide customers with a quality internet ordering experience, paired with one of the largest online selections of over 6,000 products. Customers on are provided with answers to frequently asked etiquette questions, ordering advice and wording suggestions to make ordering online fast and easy.


For more information, please contact: Allison De Meulder Vice President Invitation Consultants, Inc. Jennifer Strahan Public Relations Department Invitation Consultants, Inc. 8176 Woodland Center Boulevard Tampa, Florida 33614 Toll Free 888-381-4400 Fax 813-879-4478

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