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I have been dying to share these invitations since we got them back from our amazing letterpress extraordinaire Patrick Masterson! These are our first venture into gold foil letterpress and we are officially obsessed. When we met Libba and Will, Libba knew exactly what she wanted...no guess work for me at all! We designed the custom monogram first, and then a classic invitation design. We also decided to paint the edges of the invitation metallic gold for a little pop! We wrapped the wedding suite with silk antique gold ribbon for the perfect finish. So in love with these, can't get over it.
Remember Lindsay and Jason's Save the date? (I posted it below incase you don't recall!) The big day is this Saturday, and we wanted to share the wedding suite with you! We love Lindsay and Jason and were so honored to design the wedding invitations. Lindsay wanted a gate fold with a matching belly band. And lots of monogram! We are in love with these!
I thought this was the cutest idea I'd heard in awhile. My client wanted to have a "honey brunch" in honor of her sweet 1 year old baby bumble bee. So sweet! Literally!
Happy St. Patrick's Day! Today we are sharing a first birthday invitation we designed for the sweetest little girl. Evalyn (or Evie!)is the daughter of a good friend Malinda. Malinda and her husband have a great love for Ireland, and it was only fitting that Evie's birthday was in the month of March. When she asked me to design her invitations, I was so excited!
Megan asked us to design a save the date based on a design we were using on our Etsy shop for stamps and Christmas cards. She loved the fonts and wreath used in the original design, and wanted it to be translated to a save the date. Honestly, I think the photography and the super cute couple make this card. I'm glad I could pitch in my little part. But honestly, the groom is wearing a plaid blazer in the pic. LOVE IT. Megan requested a matching stamp so they could stamp the return address themselves. They can also use the stamp for all of the couple's future correspondence!
We were asked to design a couples shower invitation last month for some awesome friends of ours. Working with the bride's color palette, we designed an invitation and a corresponding recipe card for guests and family to fill out (I think this is one of the best ideas!) We loved how these invitations turned out, one of my favorites! This could translate easily into a wedding suite. I just might do it : )
When our client asked us to design a "little sunshine" themed first birthday invitation for her daughter, we were thrilled! With bright cheery pinks, oranges, and yellow, this invitation was perfectly paired with a pink envelope, and gold polka dot liners. We love designing custom invitations for your event. Have an idea? Just email us and lets work together!
So if you didn't know yet, we've got a sweet little Etsy shop that we add new things to all the time! Our most popular items are our return address stamps, and we've added 10 new designs in addition to the 10 designs that were posted in 2013. Check it out! Later this month, we will introduce our wedding collection, so stay tuned!
Happy Monday! We are continuing our save-the-date postcard roll out! Today, we are sharing Jamie and Blair's save-the-date. Jamie and Blair are friends of Sarah's that I've LOVED getting to know over the past few months. They are adorable together and I'm so glad they wanted to work with us. Today's post is a little different, because we are going to show the option that Jamie and Blair chose, as well as the other two that we designed. When we design a custom piece for you, we design up to 3 options for Save the Dates. From that point, we work with you until we have the perfect design. The first card below was the winner, the others were a close second and third! Enjoy!
We are on a roll! I know I said we were continuing with the postcard save the dates, but I just couldn't wait to share this one. The bride knew she wanted to use a classic monogram with neutral shades. Originally, the plan was a post card design. But when it came to choosing a picture, it was hard to narrow down! Britton decided to go with the envelope format instead, so a second picture could be used. We also printed corresponding return addresses on the envelopes for an overall cohesive touch. Enjoy!
And we are back for round dos of Save the Date postcards! Today we are sharing Maegan and Rich. When we met with Maegan, she was telling us that she wanted a picture on the postcard...and Rich did not! Now, we can design either way, however... I told her that to me, a picture is personal and your guests immediately place that face with the date. Plus they get to look at your pretty mug for months! So we won Rich over, and this is what we came up with! Enjoy
Hello! I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas! The day after Christmas can be a busy day for us...it's the day after a lot of gals say YES to their man! Venues are booked, bridesmaids are counted, and it's time to think about the first paper piece for the big day: the Save the Date! We LOVE save the dates, not only because they are fun to design, but also because this is the first anything guests will catch a glimpse of leading up to the wedding day! For all those summer weddings coming up, you'll want your Save the Date to really stand out amongst the others covering the pin boards and fridges of your friends and family. We offer a variety of Save the Dates, but our favorite and most popular is the postcard format. There are several benefits here. They are cost effective (no envelope, cheaper postage), and guests LOVE receiving them. So today, we'll share the first of three Save the Date postcards that we've done recently.
Lindsay and Jason are the cutest couple, from Mobile, Alabama. Jason's sister was a college friend of mine that lived in the house across the street while we were at Auburn. Lindsay would come visit and stay with us on weekends, and I was thrilled to find out a few years later that Lindsay and Jason were dating! Lindsay knew she wanted to use a classic monogram for the wedding suite. This monogram will also be used on the invitations.
Hello, and a very merry Christmas to you! I hope you are all staying snug as bugs with all this awful weather we've been having, and enjoying time with friends and family. The Christmas season has been exciting as usual for us, and we are finally getting a chance to breathe a little and share some recent designs! Today, I'm posting two birth announcements that both feature the photography of Katie Carney of Womb to World Photography. I am just in LOVE with her work. Katie is a stay-at-home mom that realized her love of capturing the moments that mean the most when she had her first baby. The first announcement is for little man Jackson. Jackson's mommy is my cousin Jennifer (You may remember her wedding), and Jackson was actually born on my 30th birthday this year! I was THRILLED! My little birthday twin...the best present I got this year!
The next one is baby Ava, who's mommy is Michelle and a best friend of my cousins! We designed her wedding pieces as well! I feel so lucky to have clients that return to us for baby paper pieces after we've worked on their wedding. It's probably one of the biggest reasons I love what I do. Michelle has been one of our biggest fans and we get so excited to work with her. Isn't Ava just beautiful?
Our Holiday line is officially launched on our Etsy shop! Our cards measure 5 x 7 and are digitally printed with an optional return address on envelopes. We are also offering digital copies for your convenience so you can print on your own! We customize your card with your family photo, along with your family name. These are sure to make spirits bright! Email us with any questions, we are so excited to work with you!