giveaway: when and where invites (giveaway)

Cupcake Picks Gingerbread by When and Where Invites We will be giving away the "Gingerbread Food Picks". GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED When and Where Invitations offers a unique way to capture your guests’ attention with stylish and innovative custom-made three-dimensional invitations. These can give your guests a sneak preview about how fun and exciting your party will be. When and Where Invitations is the brainchild of Amanda Richardson from Cincinnati, Ohio. Amanda explains, “we are a small company that focuses on unique touches to make a wedding spectacular.  Invitations that come in a box with a touch of handmade, makes our company stand out from all the others. We focus on quality, not quantity so the bride that is only inviting 25 people to her wedding, can still get the look and feel she desires without having to pay for 50+ invitations.” Aside from invitations for weddings, other occasions include bridal showers and birthday parties. Paper Gingerbread House by When and Where Invites The company also has a new line that is sure to be a hit, called “Party Collections.” They are essentially a Party in a Box type with that extra creative touch that Amanda is known for. They include carefully thought out favors, table decor and food decor such as party picks. Holiday Party Sets are currently in great demand, such as the irresistible Reindeer Party Set and the quaint Holiday Open House Party Set. In celebration of the holidays, Where and When Invitations is offering an exclusive giveaway for one lucky reader! How cool is that? One adorable Gingerbread House Kit is up for grabs and you can read the mechanics here. Cupcake Picks by When and Where Invites All these invitations and Party Collections come in a variety of price ranges and you can choose from many to fit your budget. Whatever item and design you choose, it is sure to have been made with impeccable quality. You can check out all the gorgeous three-dimensional invitations and eye-catching party sets by visiting their website at They also have and Etsy shop at To enter, please 1. Comment and tell us your most memorable holiday, and why. 2. We'd love it if you could like us on Facebook. 3. We would be delighted if you added us to your blogroll = )
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  • December 5, 2011 at 8:41 am //

    My most memorable holiday was actually last Christmas. It was my boyfriend and my first Christmas living together, so we got to wake up together and open presents. Then we went to our parents houses and spent some quality time with them. It was a really great day.

    • December 6, 2011 at 5:27 pm //

      You are our Winner Jenn!

  • December 5, 2011 at 9:58 am //

    My most memorable holiday was Thanksgiving 2003. We broke all the rules of tradition, spent the day on our boat out on the Puget Sound, and ate dinner at 8PM, with only our favorites on the table – not the “expected” dishes. I have very fond memories of that year!

    Liked you on FB and adding you to my blogroll now! :)

  • December 5, 2011 at 12:26 pm //

    My most memorial holiday was our first in NYC when we couldn’t afford to leave the city so we invited other college and university students who couldn’t afford to travel as well as others to have the holiday together. It started our now 19 year long tradition.

  • December 5, 2011 at 12:27 pm //

    I also liked you on Facebook under my name “TammyJo Eckhart”

  • December 5, 2011 at 12:50 pm //

    My most memorable holiday is Christmas because this is the holiday where my extended family usually get together for one big dinner gathering.

  • December 6, 2011 at 5:17 am //

    It has got to be new years. It was always a marker for exciting and new things that may or may not happen the following year. You have so much dreams and expectation.

  • December 7, 2011 at 9:34 pm //

    My most memorable holiday was the year our son came home from his tour of duty in Iraq. Talk about blessed!!!

  • August 28, 2012 at 6:55 pm //

    Hi,I really love the idea of this pligun; however, I’m having a heck of a time getting it to work on my blog. I’ve just got a test of it on the most recent post at my blog, but all I’m seeing is a text link stating, View photos at SmugMug . I’ve tried using different feeds, both RSS and atom from multiple galleries, and get the same thing. I verified that all of my galleries are set to be public, and to allow external links. I’d like to get this to work with Lightbox, but for now, just getting the thumbnails to appear on my site would be great. Could you point me in the right direction? Here’s the code I’ve got inserted into my WordPress post:[smugmug url="feed://"]Thank you!