In defense of the ‘stache

duchamp lhooq mona lisa 1919

The fake mustache trend. Those of you who know us personally know how we feel about this. We were early adopters, and used mustaches as seating cards for the guests at our wedding. We own BeerMo Bottle Mustaches. We have Mustache Magnets. We like mustaches. One of us has a real one (you’ll never guess who). We like being silly.

Sure, the marketplace maybe over saturated with mustaches, and this trend may be fading, but in our hearts, the fake mustache will never die. Heck, even Dada artist Marcel Duchamp knew the greatness of the fake mustache (see above), way back in 1919.

Why wouldn’t you want to look like you have a mustache while drinking your morning cup of coffee?


Ah, much more distinguished. One might even say… presidential.


OK, the fake mustache might not be mature, but who cares. Treat yourself to a mustache mug and tune out the rest, because haters always gonna hate.

haters gonna hate


State stamps

A while back we posted this wedding save-the-date stationeryThe stamps in that collection are cataloged in the wedding section of our store, but in reality, they are appropriate for far more occasions. They add the perfect touch to housewarming announcements, family reunion invitations, or for any correspondence where you want to show off your hometown pride. All you have to do is change the text, and voilà! a perfect stamp for any occasion. Make yours here.



Wow. Such meme.


much funny.

so majestic.

Don’t know doge? Well, thanks to the strange place that is the internet we present to you Shibe Doge:


An image displaying the profound thoughts of a Shiba Inu, written in comic sans.

such internet.

Now usually, I will never, ever, condone the use of the font comic sans in any design. Blue comic sans was my font of choice on AIM 10 years ago, and I regret it everyday. Comic sans is the worst.

But Shibe Doge makes it work. Maybe it’s the horrible grammar. Maybe it’s the neon colors. Whatever it is, it is so bad that it is good.


However, this meme is more than an amusing picture. It has taken it’s popularity a step further than reddit and facebook posts, and it has spawned a legitimate cryptocurrency called “dogecoin.”  One man is even selling his vacation house for 100,000,000 dogecoins (approximately $135,000).

With that much clout, how could we not honor the Shibe Doge?  So we made some t-shirts. To the moon!



State Invitations

These extremely customizable invitations (or save the dates) are perfect for a destination wedding.  Everything on the invitation can be customized, from the font to the color palette.  The following blue design is the default design in our store, and features a modern, clean design with a graffiti-influenced font.


All of the state invitations in our store look like the design above, but they can be customized in a myriad of ways.  It takes a little bit of work, but the final personalized result is well worth it. To get your creative juices flowing, check out the following invitation, a customized version that uses a more romantic font and a softer color palette.


There are so many ways to personalize these invitations that they can work for virtually any wedding style or theme.  Our store currently contains all 50 states, which can be found by searching the “Modern State” collection of our wedding section.

How to Customize Your Invitation

To customize the invitations, just click on the “customize it” button and use the design tools on the right of the page.  Everything can be personalized – the font, colors, orientation, etc.  Most things are fairly obvious after you hit the “customize it” button, but changing the background color is somewhat hidden and can be found under the “edit” button.  A basic design tutorial for Zazzle can be found here.


Danger. Carlos Danger.

On September 10th, New York City held primary elections for the position of Mayor, selecting Bill de Blasio (D) and Joe Lhota (R). Although some say the Mayoral elections have already been held, Nothing Mundane strongly believes that savvy New Yorkers need not be not satisfied with the “democratically elected” options.  The people must make themselves heard with a special write-in candidate.

That candidate is Carlos Danger.

Carlos Danger (Anthony Weiner) lost the Democratic mayoral primary, winning less than 5% of the vote.  When asked by reporters what he would do next, he gave them the middle finger – an action that showed tremendous leadership and self-control.   We believe in him. And we believe that by electing Carlos Danger as the Mayor of New York City, we can create a stepping stone for a Carlos Danger / Ron Mexico 2016 presidential ticket.  The presidential ticket America needs.


Assuming all goes well for Mr. Danger this November, we can then turn our attention to the 2016 presidential campaign of Danger Mexico.  We advise showing your support with a muscle shirt.


Get your swag here.