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Our mission at Southern Weddings is twofold: to inspire y’all to live full lives, and then to draw from those rich wells to create meaningful beginnings to married life. That’s why we love details — not because they’re “pretty,” but because they say something about who you and your fiance are, and what matters most to you as a couple. We LOVE learning about new resources to help y’all do just that, and we especially love sharing them with you!

That’s just one reason we’re so excited to be partnering with our friends at Midori to unveil their brand new offering: custom printed ribbons!

Midori Custom Printing is the first of its kind – a totally interactive site that allows users to see their custom-printed ribbons as they’re being created, ensuring each customer receives exactly what inspires her. So neat!

There are over 100 ribbon colors, over 100 symbols and sayings, and 13 ink colors to choose from — so, something for everyone! They also have MONOGRAMS, which y’all know we love!

Custom ribbon printing isn’t an entirely new idea, but the way Midori does it is. In a word, quality. They print on their regular high-quality, luxury ribbons (double faced satin, rayon trimming and herringbone, oh my!), and everything is hand-printed by their in house design and production team. The ribbons are also heat stamped instead of ink-pressed, which allows for intricate patterns and fonts to be precisely placed on the ribbon in great detail. Absolutely no compromising on quality here!

Once you get these pretties in your hot little hand, the options, of course, are endless: to wrap invitations and save the dates, to tie off favors, to finish off ceremony bells like mine, to tie together sparklers for the end of the night…

Midori’s new site should be up and running on Monday, but in the meantime, be sure to check out their main site here! Happy creating!

emily Written with love by Emily

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