|The sweet wooden anchors were placed in a sand box and highlighted with natural beach grass and sea stars.|
|Menu for place setting|
|Sweet Wooden Anchor tied to Escort Card|
| Anchors and Nautical Rope was the focus of this|
Navy and Blush silver seashell wedding suite!
|Custom Stamp with the couples|
Verse is one of my favorites.
|The Pocket pocket is a poplar choice these days|
...very organized, detailed but with a simple class.
|Reversable RSVP Card is backed with the|
silver rope pattern from Envelopments.
Always love the whimsical food cartoon icons.
|Elegant Summer Florals and a surprise touch of Fresh Herbs.|
This was a off the hook cool wedding, thanks to the lovely ladies at "Before I do Events"
|The suite was enhances with a custom logo and envelope liner. The pocket was accented in a natural|
rustic cord and a fresh sprig of rosemary.
|The back of the invitation held the extra information cards and continued with|
the metallic floral accent.
|The Tablescape was Oh so Lovely! Each guest name was wrapped in a Champagne Metallic|
around the napkin.
|Menus to coordinate with a bit of whimsy.|
|I think a last impression is a lasting one....|
The guests found a couple of custom water bottles in their car as the Valet handed them their keys.
|The Day of Details were so fun to do...Here is the Bar signage. I find providing the|
guests a list of provided beverages keeps the line short and the bartender happy. (so he/she doesn't have to repeat the selections over and over)
|I am loving this color combination on so many levels.|
The soft blush wrap and the Silver patterned liner
really make the Wedding Suite pop.
|The backside of the response |
had the very cool pattern to tie it all together.
|The layered details had a beautiful descending flow.|
|Can I tell you how happy I get when a bride goes for a unique approach to a Wedding Suite?|
This one makes my tail wag! I took a vintage Anthroplogie Succulent approach to this suite.
|This cardstock was a beautiful soft vintage gold pattern layered |
with a canary diamond pocket backing.
Each wrapped with a natural cord and embellished with a real olive twig.
|This invite begged for a custom envelope liner.|
I highlighted the custom logo with a soft mint stripe.
|The back of the invitation....with a pocket to hold all inserts.|
|A peek at the insert set.|
|One of my new favorite rsvp cards...yep.|
|Who says information cards should be boring...not me.|
|There is just something wonderful and special about receiving a wood invitation.|
This one made me smile! The grooms family will be hosting this lovely winery
dinner and wanted something special for the evenings event.
|The custom envelope liner brought in the couples |
wedding colors and a custom logo.
|Botanical Succulents are a fun alternative to the often used floral.|
Love this Brides vision! Clean yet dramatic.
|The Back of the card with this stunning photo ties in the lush green feel.|
Printed on a yummy Letterpress Cardstock.
Can't talk enough about custom stamps
and how much they add to any printed envelope.
I am so glad the bride let me angle the addresses
on a wood embossed envelope to keep
that uniqueness that separates this from other Save the Dates.
|This was another one of those weddings that brings tears to my eyes. This couple is so very special on so many levels and it was reflected in their Wedding Day. I was blessed and honored to design for them.|
|The invitation was clean and classy using tone on tone and taupe grays.|
The Cord tie represented the bible verse of "3 strands are not easily broken"
|Can I say how much I loved their menus?|
They were printed on a rich letter press on tent fold for each table
|The signage and Farmers Market favors were so fun!|
|Jessica Fairchild Photos captured this couple beautifully! click to see her stunning work|
|Since Annie and Mark's Summer Wedding was to be an outdoor ceremony |
in Sundance. So I thought a Fan Program would be just the thing.
|Loved creating these custom whiskey labels for the guests welcome bags. |
Since the groom is Australian we incorporated it to the fun theme.
|Table numbers were printed on wood cardstock|
|Annie loves homemade biscuits and wanted to share these yummy treats|
as a late night snack with homemade jam.
Here are the bags and labels for them.
|Welcome bag cards|