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Specializing in event stationery (but not limited to), my goal is to give you the opportunity to express your personality and style through design that exemplifies you. With over 10+ years in the design world and loving every second of it, coupled with my innate nature to help others, and being the planner at heart that I am, allow me to provide a one-of-kind design experience. Simply stated, Rita Alexis Design is smitten with all things design.

Introducing The Firenze Suite [RAD MINIVITE LAUNCH]

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Rita Alexis Design blog's mission is to share knowledge for design + paper through super informative and beautifully curated posts. I hope to share my love for wedding stationery and design theory with anyone and everyone interested in the world of design!

Introducing The Firenze Suite [RAD MINIVITE LAUNCH]

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Over the next couple of days, I will be introducing you to the whole gang. Today, I'd like you to feast your lucky eyes on this sweet little thang... The Firenze! First on the RAD Minivite Wedding Collection, I'd like to take you on a a little behind the scenes inspiration:

As I've mentioned before, Italy is my dream country. I was fortunate enough to spend two whole weeks in Italy with my lovebug hubsicle. After visiting a slew of cities, Florence (or Firenze, as the Italians call it) was by far my favorite.

Firenze is the city I fell in love with in Italy. I mean, every city you want to just move right into, but something about the small size of Firenze, the beautiful Tuscan vineyards right out of the city, and all that this small city has to offer. There city of Firenze itself is pretty small, walking distance for sure, although walking all day in sandals, not the brightest idea (rita!). But with churches like the Duomo, views from PIazzala Michelangelo, gorgeous leather bags, tasty Bistecca Florentina (yummy steak according to the hubs), and so much delicious wine, who wouldn't want to set up camp and call it home!

The suite was a myriad of inspiration, but think of it as a nice bike stroll in the hills of Tuscany!