It’s good to have friends. That’s especially true when you run a small business. Not too long ago Steph’s friend Amanda D’Amico of Tiny Revolutionary Press got in touch with us about a custom wedding invitation design she was working on for her friends Amanda and Gery. Ms. D’Amico knew all about Mightyvites and thought our hybrid invitation concept was perfect for her friends. She asked if we could turn her design into a Mightyvite. We said of course!
August 13th, 2012 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print, friends | Comment |
August 2nd, 2012 in Uncategorized by Chris | Tags: friends | Comment |
What do wedding invitations and wedding dresses have in common? Well, they both are very revealing in what sort of mood and theme your wedding will be. Today, we matched a few of our wedding dresses with Mightvites wedding invitations to demonstrate our point!
Elegant and Refined
This is the balance of sophistication without any of the stuffiness. You love those small details, whether they be scrollwork in the Regalia invitation or the lace overlay on the Doris Gown. Rather than having a loud, bustling wedding, you’ll have a beautifully orchestrated and memorable affair.
July 26th, 2012 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
We’ve been waiting awhile to print lovebirds for a wedding. Ever since we first published the invitation design it’s been one of our favorites. Lovebirds is simple, elegant, and downright cute. That’s why we were thrilled when customers Dana & Charles from Connecticut chose lovebirds wedding invitations to announce their big day.
July 13th, 2012 in Invitations by Chris | Tags: customer, digital print | Comment |
Carlie and Ryan were our first customers from the lone star state of Texas. They wanted vintage wedding invitations and were fans of the Vintage Glee invitation design. They liked the gallery version, but needed a few changes. For one, they chose colors midnight and slate instead of crimson and squash. For two, they added a QR code to their invitation’s RSVP enclosure.
June 20th, 2012 in Web Tech by Chris | Tags: ruby, ruby on rails | Comment |
Since the push to Rails 3.1.3 I’ve actually upgraded mightyvites.com to use Rails 3.2.3 and Ruby 1.9.3. This was an easy move forward with little to write home about. The upgrade was significant, however, because Ruby 1.9.3 is noticeably faster than 1.9.2 and Rails 3.2.3 has a much better development environment. It only reloads classes that have changed plus it has query explains. Check out the release notes to read about all the goodness. I certainly thought this upgrade was worth it.