|By Marketwired .||
|July 29, 2014 04:41 PM EDT||
BUFFALO GROVE, IL--(Marketwired - July 29, 2014) - Life is full of milestone birthdays and anniversaries starting with the very first milestone birthday at one year old. The experts at The Stationery Studio were asked to help celebrate milestone birthdays and anniversaries on the Today Show with gift and party planning ideas. Today Show contributor Jill Martin showcased ideas from TheStationeryStudio.com to help make any birthday or anniversary special.
To commemorate a 50th birthday, a personalized Washington Post Birthday Edition Book was given to Today Show host Hoda Kotb. "Isn't that nice just to give somebody," said Jill Martin. "That's great!" said Hoda. Martin suggested throwing a "Silver Party" to commemorate a 25th anniversary. Personalized party items were shown to make the party special including 50th Anniversary Personalized Plastic Plates, Premium Banded Plastic Plates and Personalized Clear Plastic Wine Glasses. All of the items featured as a part of the milestone celebrations on the Today Show are available on TheStationeryStudio.com.
"Milestone birthdays are a great time to celebrate with family and friends," says Renee Redman, owner of The Stationery Studio. "We love being a part of celebrations by adding personalized details that make their milestone birthday special."
The Stationery Studio, LLC is the industry's leader in premier online personalized stationery and carries over 22,000 unique products. The Buffalo Grove, IL based company has been featured in various media outlets including the TODAY Show, Good Housekeeping, People, Real Simple, Martha Stewart Weddings, Associated Press, iVillage and more.
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