Love these super modern, backyard / tribal Save the Dates I created for my good friends, Jenn & Steve, who are tying the knot this summer in her parents’ river side backyard. I am a huge fan of backers on invites. They add an extra graphic element that really brings the “brand” of a wedding full circle. You better believe we’re making a stamp out of that monogram!
“Where do you find your vintage stamps?” This is a common question I hear from brides/fellow stationary enthusiasts. So, today I’m featuring my three favorite Etsy stamp shops. All three feature stamps for every occasion, and are awesome about grouping stamps in such a fashion that the designs packaged actually equal the correct cost of current postage (when mailing a standard size/weight envelope).
Sarah and Brian envisioned rustic/beachy invitations for their spring wedding in Hawaii . They are using the knot motif and touches of emerald throughout the event.
I’m so happy to have a bridal show under my belt. It took a lot of courage for me to put my work out there, and it ended up being a great experience. I am so excited for the opportunities that this show presented. I met several amazing fellow vendors whom I hope to collaborate with soon, as well as bride after bride dreaming of pretty paper goods on her big day.
I created a fun 70′s inspired sweetheart table and invitation suite for the event. I wanted to play off of my personal branding, with hopes that those that visited my site after meeting me would recognize the aesthetic from the event.
Kim, from Swoon Floral Design, created a perfect arrangement for my table. Playing off of the color scheme of my assets, in a wood vessel.
In return, I created a few paper goods for her table which was largely peach/blush and gold accents. I created gold foil accents on menus and placecards, as well as signage for her giveaway.
If you couldn’t make it, here are a few vendors that really stuck out to me. I loved getting to know these women!
Photos: Happymatic Photobooth
Floral: Swoon Floral Design
Furniture: Classic Vintage Rentals
Floral: Fern Floral
Plans: Darcy May Events
Some of you may remember these invitations that I did last fall. Well the bride, Tami, hired me to create assets for THE big day after we completed her invitation design.
She did an amazing job styling the following. I created placecards (for all 160ish guests), menus (for all 160ish guests), a poster sized seating chart, programs and bar menus for her event. All were as glitter-y and fabulous as the invites themselves.
Photography by: JOS Photographers