The card is from Hallmark. Made in the U.S.A. using 20% recycled fiber. Fun Fact: Next year marks a special 100 Year Anniversary for this iconic company. In 1915, the Hallmark brothers bought a printing press and started producing their own greeting cards. Today they have over 11k full time and 20k part time employees. Still family owned and operated out of Kansas City, MO; I’ve visited their headquarters and it’s an impressive blend of history and modern day innovation.
June bride, Cynthia Mosser, and groom, Ted Boudreaux, have included a special request with their wedding invitation. “No Gifts Please!” Instead, guests are invited to donate to the SW Washington Humane Society or support classrooms in need at Donors Choose.
This simple, thoughtful action can help to inspire others to give mindfully. And what a heartfelt way to start married life.
Congratulations Cynthia & Ted. And thanks for the generous gesture!