This is a new take on my original SIN invitation. I played around with some new typefaces and chose some appropriate bachelorette colors of hot pink and black. I’m thinking of lining the envelopes with hot pink or red glitter paper. I think it will look pretty hot!Tweet
This couple came to me wanting to incorporate their 2 favorite poems into their silhouettes. Pretty specific huh?! We decided that the silhouettes would function as the cover to the invitation enclosure and the inside would house all of their information. Above is a peek of everything while I was busy assembling the pieces.
I think it turned out pretty sweet if I do say so myself. More to come soon!Tweet
I’m flattered someone liked my concept enough to copy it onto a sign. That’s completely cool as a one time thing, but I do hope whoever did it is not making a business out of it since I’ve now found it all over Pinterest. I originally created this “Finally” concept as a Save the Date but do offer it in various forms such as signs, invitations, buttons and whatever else it can be. I paint each couple custom to look like you and your fiance. I’m also looking into moving beyond just the word Finally. So stay tuned! And if you like the sign above, contact your truly on Etsy. Thanks!!
In honor of The Masters this weekend, here is a gorgeous country club wedding we had the honor of designing invitations, menus and place cards for. Have a look:Tweet
So I’ve been working on a cute honeycomb-themed Save the Date for a lovely bride to “bee.” Hehe. I’ve done a bunch of image searches for inspiration on bees and honeycombs and weddings, and am really loving this theme. I found some really adorable gift ideas too! Check it out:
I love these plates, and how perfect is this jewelry for the bridesmaids or even the bride!?
And of course we can’t forget the gentleman.
And how cute is this little change purse? It too would make a cute little bridesmaid gift, especially for junior bridesmaids. Loves!Tweet
Today I met with a lovely bride-to-be who is getting married this fall. Her fiance is a beekeeper (how cool!) and she happens to also be a huge fan of all things honeycomb and bee related. You could say they were meant to “bee.” Ha! Okay. Okay. But honestly, what a cute theme and I am so excited to work on her save the dates and invitations. I found these inspiration boards online for other honeycomb weddings. It’s so warm and delicious looking. I love all the golden and brown hues. So many options! Where to begin!?
This was probably the most fun wedding I’ve ever designed to, and possibly attended too! The bride is a good friend of mine and fellow creative, so I got to go a little crazier than usual with their invitation concept. She came to me with a couple ideas. One was to make their wedding day sound like an event (in a funny way) and call it “THE WEDDING.” The other was idea was to go totally casual, simple and completely understated. So what did I do? The complete opposite! Well kind of. I took the concept of “THE WEDDING” and blew it up to be a funny wedding extravaganza to the point of ridiculous. The original design included stretch hummers, fireworks, doves and cannons. You can view it here. We decided to personalize it a bit more though and included palm trees and kebobs to touch on their wedding location and Persian culture. It was also the couple’s idea to have their little heads being shot off the cake by canons. Nice touch! The end result is above – a black and white screenprint on chipboard, a bright sherbert envelope and cannon address label.
That would be a GIANT wedding certificate (and giant pen) they signed at the alter.
My favorite picture of the night- the last one!
The amazing photographer is Molly Watson.Tweet