We know about you, Houston bride: You’ve got a flair for style, and you’re making sure every little detail on your wedding day has your name written all over it. Shoes, dress, and jewels? Check, check, check. First dance song? Check. Place cards? Obvi.
But what about your invitations? Have you found some that show off your unique style and really set the tone for the wedding you’re planning?
What’s that, Houston bride? You’re still looking? Well, then we insist: Stop flipping through those big books of invitations and head directly to Tad + Faboo’s Web site. Run by husband and wife duo, Tad and Heather Griffin, this Houston paperie and stationery studio works with brides to design elegant save-the-dates, wedding invitations, menus, cocktail napkins, escort cards, thank you notes, shower invites, programs, and more.
Looking for an invitation with pockets? They can design one for you. Looking for an eco-friendly save-the-date? They can take care of that, too.
Have we mentioned that Tad + Faboo specializes in Letterpress Printing? Oh, yes, Houston bride, this boutique invitation studio knows how to put on the charm.
Letterpress might not be your thing, of course, and the Griffins know this. That’s why they also offer traditional offset printing.
Brides who use Tad + Faboo have two options for selecting invitations: If you’re on a budget, try Tad + Faboo’s stock collection. You can get any of the invitations, and other stationery from their collection, customized to match your wedding color palette. Or, if you’re looking for something truly one-of-a-kind and have a little dough to spare, consider opting for Tad + Faboo’s custom design option. This way, you’ll get exactly the invitation you’ve dreamed of in the colors you want, with the flair you want. And no other Houston bride will have an invitation quite like yours.
What matters most at Tad + Faboo is that your wedding stationery radiates your unique wedding style or theme. Your big day is about you, after all.
That’s why Tad and Heather spend one to three hours getting to know their brides and grooms before they ever begin the design process. And they make two complimentary rounds of revisions before they print your invitations. With that sort of commitment to their brides, we practically want to marry Tab + Faboo!