Wednesday, December 22, 2010

          Laila & Tajul

          Laila, Tajul and I met in Bangi & we  had a short discussion over dinner. The couple chose RM450 package with one additional bunting at RM50. Normal price is RM60 each. Laila also requested her tags to be designed as 2011 calenders. She loved the doily idea but wanted less handiwork so I made them in digital form.

          Wedding invitation card
          90mm x 166mm
          260gsm artcard

          Thank you tags
          54mm x 90mm
          260gsm artcard

          Thank you Laila & Tajul. May you have a wonderful wedding and I wish you all the best.

          Diyana & Anwar

          The ideal term to order your personalized wedding card is two months prior the expected time of delivery. It gives me ample time to sketch you a draft. Latest is a month before the deadline. Occasionally, we do accept last minutes or urgent orders, on one condition, that you have to choose a design from our previous works. However, we will make some minor editing, so, not one card will look exactly the same. 

          Such is the case of Diyana's invitation card. When she contacted me, Diyana had less than a month prior her wedding. She had already chosen her favourite design so I started editing immediately. Take a look at the original design here. The new layout had a different look but the colour scheme remained unchanged. It matched Diyana's own wedding theme.
          Wedding invitation card
          90mm x 166mm
          260gsm artcard

          Thank you tags
          54mm x 90mm
          260gsm artcard

          2' x 6'

          Diyana, thank you very much.
          I wish you the best for your wedding and may the two of you have a blessed & wonderful life together.

          Monday, December 20, 2010

          Effarina & Abu Bakar

          All our invitation cards come with free blank envelopes. We do not usually encourage our customers to buy the printed ones due to the high cost involved. Nevertheless, it is doable.

          Wedding invitation card
          Z-fold on A4-size paper
          260gsm artcard

          4.5" x 9.5"

          2' x 6'

          Thank you Effa for your trust. I wish yo all the best. May the two of you have a wonderful life together, InsyaAllah

          Durrussaadah & Fadzrizal

          Durrus was very specific on her request and it took me quite a while to create the exact look. Thankfully she was very patient with me. Thank you Durrus. Your reaction, upon looking at the actual card, was very rewarding to me. I wish your wedding will go very well & smoothly as planned. 

          Wedding invitation
          Size 110mm x 182mm
          260gsm artcard

          Bride's thank you tags
          size 54mm x 90mm
          260gsm artcard

          Groom's thank you tags
          size 40mm x 40mm
          260gsm artcard

          Bunting 2' x 6'

          Khairul & Hasyanti

          Khairul & Yanti, each of them had their own vision of the wedding invitation card. The groom's, had a more masculine look with contrasting bold colours. Whereas the bride's was very flowery with soft colour tones. To finish it off, on each of the card, a butterfly.

          Groom's invitation card
          Size 110mm x 182mm
          260gsm artcard
          Bride's invitation card
          Size 110mm x 182mm
          260gsm artcard

          54mm x 182mm

          Thank you, Khairul & Yanti. I wish you both the very best for your wedding & future life together.

          Sunday, December 12, 2010

          Get On Board!

          This is going to be a very lengthy post. But I appeal to you, my dear friends, to continue reading this entry until its' last word.

          I am a mother of two girls. My first daughter was born in 2006 and she is now a very chatty almost-5-year-old. And my younger daughter is a perky almost-3-year-old. No matter what happens during the day, watching them sleeping at night is the highlight of my daily routine. They are handful and I love them to bits. One of my greatest fear is someone might hurt them & no one would help.

          Why am I sharing these with you?

          UNICEF, recently, launches Get on Board campaign to unite 100,000 supporters to stop child abuse in Malaysia.

          What is CHILD ABUSE?
          Child abuse (and neglect known formally by United Nations agencies as child maltreatment) is harm (or risk of harm) caused to a child by a parent, guardian or another person in a position of responsibility, trust or power over the child. 

          There are four major types of child abuse:

          • Neglect: failure to provide for a child’s basic needs.
          • Physical abuse: punching, beating, kicking, biting, burning, shaking, stabbing, choking, or otherwise harming a child.
          • Sexual abuse: fondling a child’s genitals, penetration, incest, rape, sodomy, indecent exposure, and commercial exploitation through prostitution or the production of pornographic materials.
          • Emotional abuse: constant criticism, threats, rejection as well as withholding love, support, or guidance.

          Child abuse affects children’s health, development and strips away their dignity. In most cases, long-term emotional scars are left behind. 

          Children and young people with special needs, including children with disabilities and those living with HIV and AIDS are particularly vulnerable to abuse. Undocumented children, migrant and refugee children are also at risk.
          Do you now that, based on statistics from the Department of Social Welfare, Malaysia :

          • Child abuse is on the rise in Malaysia with an increase of some 700 reported cases between 2006 and 2008.
          • Average of 7 children in Malaysia were reported to be victims of child abuse each day in 2008.
          • 1 in 2 child victims reported in 2008 were abused by a parent.
          Based on 2008 reported figures, neglect is the most common form of child abuse in Malaysia. The breakdown of the three key forms of abuse are as follows:

          •  952 child victims experienced neglect, meaning a caretaker failed to provide for the child’s basic needs.
          •  863 child victims were physically abused.
          •  733 child victims were sexually abused, 72% were incest.
          •  58 child victims were abandoned babies.
          •  Failure to provide care and supervision has become the most frequent cause of death among children.
          The more alarming issue is most child abuse goes unreported and the statistical snapshot could be just the “tip of the iceberg”.

          CHILD ABUSE: Myths and Facts

          MYTH 1:
          It’s only abuse if there is physical violence.
          Physical abuse is just one form of abuse. Children can also be harmed by emotional abuse, sexual abuse and neglect. These types of abuse are usually hidden from sight and, as a result, people are less likely to take action and help the children.

          MYTH 2:
          Only bad people abuse. Good people don’t.
          Not all abusers are bad and want to harm their children intentionally. Some abusers may have been victims of abuse themselves, and grew up not knowing any other way of parenting or treating children. Others may be struggling with mental health problems, alcohol and drug addiction and other personal problems.

          MYTH 3:
          Many children do not know their abusers.
          Although some children are abused by complete strangers, many actually know their abusers and trust them. Abusers are most commonly family members, or someone who is close to the family and the child.

          MYTH 4:
          Child abuse doesn’t happen in “good” families and wealthy households.
          Child abuse can happen in any household, regardless of ethnic background, culture, religion or economic status. Sometimes, a family that seems to have it all can hide a different story behind closed doors.

          MYTH 5:
          Many adults who suffered abuse in childhood are not affected by this abuse in adult life.
          Although some adults manage to cope with abuse they suffered as children, many remain deeply affected in adult life. It is not easy to just get over child abuse. Survivors of child abuse need care and support to overcome the trauma of abuse and live full healthy lives.

          MYTH 6:
          Abused children will definitely grow up to be abusers.
          Some survivors of child abuse may unconsciously repeat the violent or abusive treatment that they experienced as a child. However, many have a strong motivation to protect their own children from experiencing what they had suffered and, instead, become wonderful parents.

          MYTH 7:
          A child is responsible for the abuse that he/she suffers.
          A child is never responsible for the abuse he/she suffers. The responsibility for abuse lies solely with the offender. In the case of sexual abuse, offenders often try to shift the blame for their actions by accusing the child of being promiscuous or seductive, especially if it involves a teenager.

          MYTH 8:
          Children lie about being sexually abused.
          It is extremely rare for children to lie about being sexually abused. In reality, children may not want to disclose sexual abuse because they are embarrassed, afraid or uncomfortable.

          CHILD ABUSE : What can you do if a child confides in you?

          The Do’s
          • If a child approaches you to confide in you, remain calm and listen. 
          • Believe the child. Talk to the child in a non-leading, non-threatening way.
          • Reassure the child that it is not his or her fault.
          • Look out for signs or symptoms of abuse.
          • Let the child know that telling you about what happened was the right thing to do.
          • Reassure the child of your help and support.
          The Don’ts
          • Do not demonstrate feelings of shock.
          • Do not react negatively to what the child has to say.
          • Do not confront the abuser.

          Seek help by calling 15999.

          Alternatively, report to the nearest police station or contact the Social Welfare Department directly. If you believe that the child needs medical assistance, take the child immediately to the ‘Accident and Emergency’ (A&E) Unit of the General Hospital or the nearest hospital in your locality.

          Child abuse is not someone else’s problem. It is OUR problem. You can do your part to help and make a difference: By learning more about abuse. By talking about it and raising awareness. By asking questions and staying alert. By minimising opportunities for abuse. By getting involved and reporting abuse or any suspicion of abuse.

          Children need love and support if they are to grow and develop to their full potential. They need protection from abuse which can distort and destroy their lives.
          Get on Board is a "peoples' campaign" by UNICEF to provide the Malaysian public with the knowledge, insights and resources to stop child abuse. The digitally-driven campaign, a first by UNICEF in the region, aims to unite 100,000 supporters to raise their hand in support of children. We hope the Malaysian public will embrace this campaign as their own, and support and promote it in their own unique ways to ensure a safe and protected childhood for every child in Malaysia.


          I'm on board and am now one of thousands official campaigner.
          The above facts and infos are just some of reading and campaign materials prepared by UNICEF. 

          Thursday, December 9, 2010

          Looking for birthday party ideas?

          Let's talk about birthday parties. How often do you find yourself in a blank when planning for a birthday party? Tired of the same ol' themes? Me too! Want to do something different every year? Me too! Want to have a big, awesome party minus the big $$$? Me too! 

          I want to share with you my favourite birthday party planners. These genius & talented people mix arts & fun and create amazing birthday parties. 
          Creative Hostess from United Kingdom specializes in children's parties & baby showers. You'll find a whole community who shares the same passion. There are all sort of decorations, favors and D.I.Y ideas beside plenty of tips from the pros.

          Brandy is a mother of two girls who love to host parties. 
          Entertaining is her passion and in her blog she gathered so many wonderful birthday party ideas.

          Three things that inspire Becca, the blog owner, are details, design & pretty things.
          She was planning her own wedding when she fell in love with birthday parties. The purpose of her blog is to inspire all of us to celebrate the birth of someone we love.

          Kelly Lyden founded the website in 2009 and it's a dedication to all things entertaining.
          "It provides daily eye candy and entertaining tips to encourage our readers to get creative!  The Party Dress focuses on everyday ideas, children’s birthday parties, theme parties and special events such as bridal and baby showers, and weddings."

          Who is Sara?
          "Sara Hicks Malone is a graphic designer, illustrator, and mom. She is a former art director for Martha Stewart Baby and Kids magazines, and now designs for Hicks Paper Goods, which is part of the Whitney English Company."

          One word : Brilliant.

          Not getting any ideas yet? Check these out :
          The Big List - Over 300 Themes from
 Birthday Party Ideas
          Big List of Party Themes from Fun Kids Party Ideas

          Lensa Mata Hati's promotion mode is on!

          If you're from, either Pahang, Terengganu or Kelantan, and are planning a wedding, here's a good news for you. One of our photographer friends, Lensa Mata Hati is having a promotion. There are three basic packages to choose from, Package 1 (RM700), Package 2 (RM1350) and Package 3 (RM1750). If none of this meet your budget, feel free to contact them for a tailored photography package. Do visit their blog for more details.

          Sunday, November 28, 2010

          Wedding Movie Bunting

          Ell, who ordered the chandeliers-inspired wedding card, wanted a bunting similar to a wedding movie poster which she found at

          Their pre-wed photo album has so many beautiful shots. So I decided to combine at least two of them. "The Infinite Love Story of Mr. & Mrs.Fariz" is the title of her wedding blog. And no movie poster is complete without the credits, usually placed at the very bottom on a movie poster.

          Monday, November 22, 2010

          "Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie Yellow Polka Dot Bikini"

          This entry has got nothing to do with any yellow bikini.

          But it's everything about polka dots. Saiful Amri & Ili Farhana tied the knot a month ago. They are in the midst of preparing for the 'Sambut Menantu', which will take place in the middle December.

          The bride loved polka dots and the groom lovingly obliged. 
          The groom wanted a clean & simple design and the bride happily agreed.

          I didn't expect the actual cards would look very 'sweet & tasty'. They somehow remind me of kuih lapis, a local delicacy.
          The artwork

          The actual card

          The title of this post is actually a title of 1960's song by Brian Hyland.

          Monday, November 15, 2010

          I love tulip

          The tulip, originally grew wild in Persia, was first cultivated in Turki as early as 1000AD. According to the Persian legend, a boy named Farhad, fell in love with a beautiful girl, Shirin. Sadly one day, he heard that she had been killed. His life shattered to pieces and he was crushed by sorrow. He then mounted his favorite horse and galloped over a cliff to his death. And a tulip grew from each drop of his blood that trickled onto the ground, a symbol of his perfect love. Due to this, the red tulip became a symbol of passionate love in ancient Persia. 

          It was so often found in Persian poetry, songs and paintings that the tulips were considered the symbol of Ottoman Empire. The tulip was introduced in Western Europe & the Netherlands in 17th century and Holland has been the main breeder and supplier of hundreds of  tulip species for hundreds of years.

          Tulip is my favourite flower. To me, it personifies a lady of graceful charm and humble beauty. I'd gladly accept any opportunity to work on tulips inspired design. 

          Congratulations to Izrin & Khairul Anuar. 
          My best wishes for your wedding & future life together as a husband and a wife.

          Monday, November 8, 2010

          I heard it from the birds.

          A bird does not sing because it has an answer. 
          It sings because it has a song.  
          ~ Chinese Proverb

          I heard the birds singing a song. 
          And it was a love song. 
          ~ Durra MJ

          Overall, the artwork doesn't resemble anything 'Malay'. 
          But it was a relief when the groom & his family gave their nods of approval.
          Thank you Fathee & family. My best wishes to you and your future Mrs.Fathee.

          Tuesday, November 2, 2010

          Tiles of pink & blue

          Bonna's choice of colours & element are quite a challenge to me. Two strikingly different theme colours, and a filigree shape, to be incorporated into one concept. I decided to throw in elements of tiles together and here are the final artworks. Blue tiles on pink background for the bride & pink tiles on blue background for her groom.

          Congratulations to Bonna & Hailmi, who ordered these all the way from Sabah, the land below the wind. I wish you all the best and thank you.

          Friday, October 29, 2010

          Of Stickers & Tags

          Besides our standard size thank you tags & stickers, we do have a few more options for those with bigger budgets. Please be kindly reminded that the minimum order for the ones listed below is 500 pieces, unless stated otherwise. If you wish to order less than that, please go to Luvlythots. Do forward you inquiries to Fasya, the blog owner. Don't worry, she won't bite.

          80mm x 80mm / 260gsm art card:
          500pcs (RM150)
          1000pcs (RM200)
          1500pcs (RM250)
          2000pcs (RM300)

          80mm x 80mm / 80gsm mirrokote stickers. 
          500pcs (RM210)
          1000pcs (RM370)
          1500pcs (RM540)
          2000pcs (RM700)

          182 mm x 54mm / 260gsm art card:
          100pcs RM75.00
          200pcs RM85.00
          300pcs RM95.00
          500pcs RM110.00
          1000pcs RM140.00
          1500pcs RM190.00
          2000pcs RM250.00

          Please contact Luvlythots for price quotation if the order is less than 500pcs (80mm x 80mm tags & stickers).

          Tuesday, October 26, 2010

          Terma & Syarat

          TERMA & SYARAT
          1. Pengesahan tempahan  (bayaran deposit & penyerahan borang) untuk custom design sepenuhnya perlu dibuat 2 bulan sebelum tarikh kutipan/serahan.
          2. Bagi pengesahan tempahan  (bayaran deposit  & penyerahan borang) yang dibuat kurang daripada 2 bulan sebelum tarikh kutipan/serahan, pelanggan hanya boleh memilih artwork daripada rekaan-rekaan yang sedia ada. Tetapi masih boleh untuk membuat perubahan-perubahan berikut:
            - Format kad
            - Susun atur layout
            - Warna tema
          3. Sekiranya pengesahan tempahan (bayaran deposit  & penyerahan borang) dibuat kurang daripada sebulan daripada tarikh kutipan/serahan, pelanggan hanya boleh memilih artwork daripada rekaan-rekaan yang sedia ada. Tetapi masih boleh untuk membuat perubahan-perubahan berikut:
            - Format kad
            - Warna tema
          4. Pengesahan tempahan yang dibuat kurang 2 minggu daripada tarikh kutipan/serahan dianggap sebagai rush order dan pelanggan hanya boleh membuat pertukaran warna tema sahaja dan akan dikenakan caj tambahan.
          5. Pelanggan perlu menyerahkan borang maklumat yang lengkap di isi berserta peta lengkap & sebarang sample/senarai sebagai panduan sebelum Artchetak memulakan fasa rekaan. Artwork pertama berdasarkan maklumat-maklumat ini tidak dikenakan sebarang caj. 
          6. Sebarang perubahan berikut hanya dibenarkan dilakukan sebanyak 3 kali selepas artwork pertama siap dan dihantar kepada pelanggan: Format kad Susun atur layout Warna tema Peta.
          7. Caj levi sebanyak RM50 untuk setiap artwork baru akan dikenakan jika perubahan yang diminta melebihi jumlah maksima atau pelanggan ingin menukar rekaan keseluruhan kad kepada yang baru.
          8. Sekiranya pelanggan membekalkan sebarang imej/clipart/pattern sendiri, pihak Artchetak akan membuat tapisan terlebih dahulu untuk mengelakkan timbulnya sebarang isu copyright.
          9. Pelanggan boleh memberi seberapa banyak contoh-contoh kad sebagai panduan untuk proses rekaan, tetapi Artchetak akan memasukkan interpretasi Artchetak ke dalam semua rekaannya dan hanya menggunakan elemen/ imej/clipart/pattern yang ada dalam sumber Artchetak.
          10. Pihak Artchetak mempunyai hak untuk menentukan sebarang rekaan & produk cetakannya adalah mengikut standard/prinsip rekaan Artchetak. 
          11. Pihak Artchetak tidak dapat menjanjikan warna hasil cetakan yang 100% sama dengan artwork yang telah dipersetujui kerana ia melibatkan dua penyelarasan warna iaitu pada pada skrin monitor komputer dan mesin cetak.
          12. Pelanggan bertanggungjawab memastikan maklumat yang diberi adalah lengkap, betul ejaan & struktur ayat serta tatabahasanya. Artchetak akan membuat edit secara copy & paste tanpa sebarang proof-reading kecuali yang dapat dikesan secara kebetulan.
          1. Pelanggan boleh mengisi borang tempahan yang boleh didapati di bahagian "Borang Tempahan" di laman Facebook Artchetak. 
          2. Deposit sebanyak RM50.00 (tempahan kad/tag/sticker/bunting) atau 50% daripada jumlah keseluruhan (tempahan beg kertas DIY) diperlukan untuk mengesahkan tempahan ke akaun Maybank berikut:
            - Maybank
            - 5628 3461 9278
            - Artchetak Enterprise
          3. Artchetak akan mengirim Borang Maklumat ke alamat email yang dibekalkan nanti. Sebarang pertukaran masih boleh dilakukan dan dimasukkan ke dalam borang tersebut.
          4. Emailkan bukti pembayaran (resit online transfer/slip ATM dsb) sertakan borang maklumat yang lengkap diisi bersama peta & gambar-gambar sampel (jika ada) ke
          5. Pelanggan boleh memilih mana-mana rekaan yang telah dimuat naik ke laman atau di Facebook page kami. Pelanggan juga boleh meminta rekaan baru untuk mengikut tema & konsep perkahwinan mereka tetapi tertakluk kepada Terma & Syarat.
          6. Fasa seterusnya, Artchetak akan mengirim draf artwork melalui email untuk pemeriksaan dan sebarang proses edit akan dijalankan sehingga pelanggan berpuas hati. 
          7. Untuk memudahkan urusan rekacorak & edit, kami nasihatkan pelanggan mengisi borang dengan selengkapnya dan diemailkan beserta contoh-contoh rekaan yang disukai sebagai panduan kami.
          8. Pelanggan bertanggungjawab memeriksa & proof-read setiap maklumat di dalam setiap artwork sebelum memberi pengesahan akhir, sebelum semua artwork dihantar untuk cetakan. Artchetak tidak bertanggungjawab sekiranya terdapat sebarang kesilapan yang tidak dikesan pelanggan semasa pemeriksaan akhir tersebut.
          9. Selepas artwork akhir sudah disahkan, Artchetak akan mengeluarkan invois dan baki bayaran perlu diselesaikan sebelum artwork dihantar untuk cetakan. Emailkan bukti pembayaran. 
          10. Sebarang pertanyaan boleh diajukan kepada
          11. Dengan pembayaran deposit, Artchetak menganggap semua pelanggan telah membaca dan bersetuju dengan terma & syarat tempahan yang kami senaraikan di dalam Borang Maklumat yang dibekalkan.

          Wednesday, October 20, 2010

          And then there were three...

          What is a sister?
          She is your mirror, shining back at you with a world of possibilities. She is your witness, who sees you at your worst and best, and loves you anyway. She is your partner in crime, your midnight companion, someone who knows when you are smiling, even in the dark. She is your teacher, your defense attorney, your personal press agent, even your shrink. Some days, she's the reason you wish you were an only child."
          Barbara Alpert, Author.

          A family photo on the bunting? Why not? A good thing about having your photo on a bunting is that, after the wedding's over, you could have it cut and framed.

          On another note, the above title is also the title of 9th studio album by the British group, Genesis, released in 1978.

          Tuesday, October 12, 2010

          Majlis Raikan Cinta

          How I wish I had more time to work on these. The request was to create banner & buntings that look like  movie posters.

          Fortunately the photos given to me needed just  a wee bit of touching up. Although an earlier plan was to to something like this, but given a short frame of time, within a few hours I came up with these. Congrats to Wan Sue & Hafiz and thank you very much.

          click on photo for better view

          Monday, October 11, 2010

          My Secret Garden

          When I was a kid, I read a book titled The Secret Garden written by Frances Hodgson Burnett. Years into my teenage life later, I watched it's movie adaptation directed by Agnieszka Holland. It's about a sad, miserable little English girl named Mary Lennox who discovers an enchanting secret garden. Friendships blossom between her and her cousin, and a boy who speaks with animals. It was a very beautiful movie and I've loved it ever since.

          Iryani's wedding theme is English Garden. A trip down the memory lane provided the inspiration. She loved the flowers, and requested for more. And I gladly obliged. Which girl doesn't love her flowers?

          RM450 package promotion

          25th Oct 2010 update:
          If you'd like to read Yanie's blog post on her wedding card, please go here.

          Yanie, it is my pleasure to do business with you. Thank you so much for your trust. I wish you all the best and may you & Azlan have a wonderful life together.

          Friday, October 8, 2010

          Happy D.I.Y Pelamin : Before & After

          It's been almost three months but I have not done blogging about my brother’s wedding. Read earlier posts here and here. This entry will be a short one, of our very own D.I.Y pelamin. Spending thousands of RM on a pelamin would cause a serious damage to our budget. So we commissioned a local carpenter to build us a base for the pelamin and later did the decoration ourselves. 

          Metres of cloth and fabric are from my mom's collection. The same chair & mini stage were used at my wedding & my sister's. We bought only three things for this pelamin. One is the glass lantern, and the other two, were bought at a shop selling bakery supplies. Any guess?

          They are, the shining gold doily paper and the mini crown on top of the pelamin. It's made out of round gold mini cake cardboard, commonly used as base for mini cakes.

          Something Old
          Set merenjis
          Something New
          Glass lantern
          Something Borrowed
          Tapak pahar
          Something Blue
          Bunga telur

          Tuesday, October 5, 2010

          When life gives you cotton make a hand bouquet

          I was looking for inspirations online when I saw this. 

          image source

          A cotton hand bouquet! Gorgeous! I dug deeper and I found some more...

          image source

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          Monday, October 4, 2010

          Colour, colouring, coloured.

          One of the questions I got asked often is
           "What colours should be perfect for my wedding?"
          My answer is ANY colours are perfect. 

          I am, again, sharing my favourite blog & web for my colour inspirations. 

          The Perfect Palette has all sorts of colour combinations for weddings. It put not only two colours together, sometimes more than four in a scheme, and you also get to see hundreds of  inspiring photo collage.

          At COLOURlovers Community, you could meet colour-loving people from around the world. In this online community, they create and share colors, palettes and patterns, discuss the latest trends and explore colorful articles. You could also create your own colour palette, mix & match your own colour schemes online.

          My third favourite reference is the Wiki's List of Colours. They have names of hundreds of colours which are listed alphabetically and by shades. Does 'olive green' sound familiar? What about Army Green, or British Racing Green? Or Chartreuse, Celadon? and Pistachio is not just some nuts with shell. 

          However, here's a kind reminder. Whatever colour you see on your computer screen will be slightly different seen on mine or your designers'. And there is no guarantee that the colours on print is a 100% exact.

          Click above picture for larger view

          Zaini's colour palette has some very contrasting colours. It was quite a task to combine red & black and yellow & blue. The first draft was a no-go. The above is the final artwork which is ready for printing. Below is the first draft, which is one of my personal favourites, as at to date.

          Click above picture for larger view

          My advise to you is to be very detail on how you would like your card to be. Please don't feel as if you're being too fussy or difficult. It's your big day and therefore you should be. The first artwork is free but there will be a small charge for every totally new and different artwork. So please be as specific as possible in your description. You could read our F.A.Q page for further information.

          Friday, October 1, 2010

          Our designer Bride-to-be & Groom-to-be tees are now available for order!

          Here are our b2b & g2b A t-shirt series. Each t-shirt has a price tag of RM60. Why such a high price? It's made from high quality white microfiber which holds prints the best. Digitally printed so each design is highly detailed & due to our printer's unique printing method, the print won't crack or peel. More great news, they are available for now worldwide delivery!

          Free delivery within Peninsular Malaysia. Please add RM5.00 for Sabah & Sarawak.

          Please click on image for larger view.

          Personalized these two t-shirts with your own name.

          Code : GTB

          Code : BTB

          Other bride-to-be & groom-to-be tees

          Code : WIPG

          Code : WIPB

          Code : AWCB

          Code : AWCG

          Code : HWCH

          Code : HWCW

          Code : SUPERB

          Code : SUPERB

          This is perfect pair for the newlyweds.

          Code : NEWWED

          Want to buy a pair? or two? Here's how to order.

          Email these details of your chosen tee to :
          1. Design Code
          2. Customization e.g. your name (applies only for BTB and GTB only)
          3. Size :

          4. Quantity
          5. Delivery address
          6. Proof of payment (Online transfer receipt/ATM deposit slip/bank-in slip etc.).

          Running out of ideas on what to wear for your pre-wedding photoshoot? These tees are perfect for such occasion! Order now before the offer ends. Cheers!
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