Thursday, April 28, 2011

Julie & Matthew's Wedding Day Stationery

Just got some professional photos from Julie & Matt's wedding photographer, Stephanie Jones.

Wedding Programs:

These programs are tealength cards--a unique way to have a program without doing a booklet.

How gorgeous are the flowers?

The programs are double-sided on white matte cardstock, with a black linen card in the middle:

Tented placecards use a metallic purple base and a white matte printed layer with black writing:

The placecards incorporate the design from the wedding invitation:

Dinner Menus: 7" x 7" double layered menus have an easel backing on the backside so that they can sit on the tables

Two menus per table were created -- a cost effective way to have menus at the wedding reception without creating 1 per person.

congratulations once again to Julie & Matt!!

Saturday, April 16, 2011

Kristin & Juan :: 11.13.10

I just got some professional pictures from one of my November brides -- I created her wedding day stationery. All photos are © Todd Laffler Photography.

Framed seating chart:

The tables--you can see the tented menus I created in the same style that I use for my signature style table numbers.

The table numbers--labels were created for wine bottles. So different--I love how these turned out! (and you have an extra 15 bottles or so of wine on hand for after the wedding--SCORE!)

Toasting/drink discs: these slip on to the rim of your glasses and can be used for the champagne toast, or with just your monogram for your signature drinks.

Donation cards -- the card slips into a napkin at each place setting.

Congratulations once again Kristin & Juan!

Thursday, April 7, 2011

It's that time of the year again....

WEDDING SEASON! It's crazy busy over here at Jar of Ideas, but we all love it! To take a quick break from all things wedding, here are some photos of a fun bowling party invitation I created for a party a few weeks ago.... enjoy!

Each invitation was in the shape of a bowling ball with the birthday boy's initials on the ball side, with all of the party details on the reverse. They were attached to the bowling pins with a red satin ribbon and then individually boxed in mailing containers with red paper shred.

Square mailing labels mimicked the design of the invitation and went on the boxes after they were sealed up.

These were such fun to work on!