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My Must-Have Products for Younger Looking Skin

Like most brands I try, I first came across Re:Beauty on Instagram. I've been doing their social media photography for a few months and was very curious to try their luxury skincare line. I do like all-natural brands, but what I like most of all are skincare products that blend nature and science, as Re:Beauty does. Of everything I've tried over the years, I find that these luxury skincare brands always produce the best results.

Of the various luxury skincare brands I've tested, I truly like Re:Beauty the best, for several different reasons. 

It's a simple line with minimal products. As much of a product junkie as I am, it can get overwhelming. I love that with just a few Re:Beauty products, my skin has been in the best shape it's been in since my early twenties (I'm just a few years shy of 40 now.) And with Re:Beauty, I don't need to use mists and toners and countless serums to maintain it...just a few everyday products and their incredible face masks.

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DIY Save the Dates with Vistaprint


I wasn't sure about how I wanted our wedding invitations to look until Ken and I picked out some samples from Wedding Paper Divas, and they turned out so beautiful. But for the Save the Date cards, I had something very specific in mind.

Whether you're after a very specific and personal look, or if you're simply on a budget, using an online printing company like Vistaprint and uploading your own background image is totally the way to go!

If you aren't handy with a camera, use a photo of you and your fiance. On the other hand, if you are good with a camera, try a collage of things that hold sentimental value. I used a few prints, red roses, and mementos from our dates to create a flat lay that reflected the time we spent getting to know each other and falling in love.




If you're picky with design, like I am, you can opt to upload your own design completely. For example, rather than using their templates with a background image, you can place text over your image before you upload it to Vistaprint.

You can add on lots of fun coordinating items like sticker seals for the envelopes, labels for wedding favors, and address labels.

As you can see above, our wedding is next month!! I'm so excited to marry my favorite person and to finally be able to call the man I love my husband.:)


Previously on the Wedding Blog

Our Wedding Shower at Pinkitzel
 

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  1. I have never used vistaprint but I always see the adverts, might need to give it a little google now! Have a lovely weekend :)

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    1. Definitely! It's a great way to get customized items on a budget! You have a good weekend too.:)

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  2. it looks great, love vista print I have used them for my sons baptismal thingy.
    Xo, Christianne
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  3. Gorgeous flowers and such a pretty invite!
    -Kate // www.classyandkate.com

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