When running a business, I imagine that it is impossible to NOT learn something new every day.  Sometimes the lesson is about who you are as a person, and other days it is something much simpler.  I thought that this would make a great "lesson of the day", it is something I discovered while working on a customer's engagement party invitations.  We have a incredible set of typesetters that work at the office, and they are always teaching me about proper invitation etiquette for all occasions.  I discovered today that there are actually two separate words when referring to your future spouse, whether it be your husband or your wife.  To refer to your future husband you would use "fiancé".  When referring to your future wife the proper spelling is actually "fiancée" with an additional "e" at the end.  Unfortunately, my French is a little weak so I borrowed the correct pronunciation from an online dictionary - actually three different pronunciations (FEE-ahn-SAI, fee-AHN-SAI, or FEE-ahn-SAI).

 Here are just two of the beautiful cards we offer for engagement parties...