Thursday, October 25, 2012
When I met with Yarickza and her mom for the initial consult, they knew exactly what they wanted! LeRoy is part of the armed services so it was natural for Yarickza to go with a navy blue as part of their color scheme. To offset this dark colored pocket invite, they chose to go with a tangerine and pair it with a detailed damask pattern. Yarickza and LeRoy finished off their wedding with a double sided program with the ceremony on one side and the other side their wedding party with characters, menus, place cards and table numbers. It was definitely a pleasure working with you and your sweet mom!
Monday, October 22, 2012
Vanessa called me a few months ago and had a few designs in mind that she wanted to merge all in one invite. Since it was a destination wedding, Vanessa and Mario wanted to make sure all their guests received all the necessary information to book their travels and accommodations easily. We put together a boarding pass sleeve that had the info printed on the top flap and then a beach themed boarding pass as their invite. They also wanted to incorporate a little note to their guests and so a luggage tag was created to keep with the destination theme. Enjoy!
Thursday, October 18, 2012
Alicia emailed me about a year ago to start design her wedding invite. This was one of my favorite invites that I have designed. She wanted something simple and yet included enough info for their guests since it was a destination wedding. So I created an invite where the travel accommodations and reception information could be found on the back and the RSVP postcard could be slipped into the band. Alicia and James fell in love with it and program fans were created to match.
Friday, July 27, 2012
To give their guests ample time to plan for Christie & James' wedding, save the dates were first sent out. Then came the passport invitations. These passports included all the airfare and accommodations info as well as an itinerary. Passport invites are a great way to provide all the necessary information such as info about the destination, travel info and any to dos the couple may have tips on. Happy anniversary!
Monday, July 23, 2012
After designing their boarding pass save the dates, Scarlett and Clayton wanted to keep in theme with the destination wedding in Mexico and send out passport invites. The teal blue passport cover complemented the coral boarding pass sleeve well. A palm tree accentuated the front cover and inside was an itinerary for their guests and further information regarding their at home reception. Happy anniversary!
Monday, July 16, 2012
Candice and Brandon were so amazing to work with and referred to me by Honeydew Events. I mostly met with Candice's mom, Gerry, to work on all their stationery. I absolutely LOVED their theme and colors! They went with dark gray, plum and it was a ranch style themed wedding. Candice grew up with horses and instead of having table numbers, they went with tables named after all her horses. What a cute idea! For the invite, there was a pocket on the back where the RSVP card, accommodations and directions cards were nested. Candice wanted a little bling, so a rhinestone buckle finished the look. The colors and theme carried throughout the menu, program, seating chart and thank you cards. Papered cones holding rice were also created for their wedding exit. Rice cone and menu picture provided by Scott Kelley Photography.
Thursday, July 12, 2012
This wedding suite is one of my favorites! All tied into Lori and Benjamin's Hawaiian wedding theme was the phalaenopsis orchids. When I was designing their boarding pass invites, escort cards, table names, menus, programs signature drink sign and thank you signs, little did I know how gorgeous it would all look at their wedding. Congrats to the both of you. It was a pleasure playing in a little part of your wedding.