Friday, August 31, 2012

Summery Yellow & Blue Wedding

Here's an invitation suite that I created in a beautiful yellow and blue color combination. The bold flower graphic really gives this design a modern feel while the fonts keep it whimsical and fun -- perfect for a poolside wedding reception.

The invitation is wrapped with a satin ribbon that holds the response card together as a package:

Matching menus use the blue card stock backing and a banner at the top ties in with some of the table numbers on the tables:

Matching place cards feature yellow card stock tents:

The entire suite, including a tented table number:

Girly Bowling Invites

Amy found the bowling invitations I created for Tiffany and asked me to recreate them for the joint birthday party of her 2 daughters and 2 nieces. They are using hot pink, lime green, and turquoise accents and I was able to incorporate all into the invitations.

Have a wonderful birthday, girls!

Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Twyla & Calvin's Wedding Stationery

Twyla and Calvin were just married a few days ago, and I have some sneak peeks of their wedding day stationery.

We used hot colors -- fuchsia, orange, and a touch of lime green, and incorporated a gye nyame (a religious symbol of the Ghanaian people) into the stationery as well.

These boxes held mini cheesecake favors and were wrapped with a satin ribbon and favor tag.

 Round menus were placed in the center of silver chargers:

 Custom photo place card board featured one of their engagement photos and reveals their names once the cards are revealed (you can see it poking through at the bottom):

 Square table numbers featured different words -- Devotion, Love, Adoration, Amazing, and Infatuation were some of the others...

Congratulations Twyla and Calvin -- it was a pleasure working with you and I wish you love and happiness!

Friday, August 10, 2012

Fuchsia & Lime Wedding Stationery

Nicole and Evell had a HOT fuchsia and lime green wedding designed by Kisha from Pure Ambiance. I love using color whenever possible, and this wedding was the perfect palette. Here are some of the stationery pieces created for them. Thanks to Kisha for sending some quick photos!

Here's one of the tables:

 Tented table numbers were named after places that the couple visited together -- each featured a little description towards the bottom, and the back invited guests to get up and visit the other tables to get more info on the bride and groom!

Menus wrapped around the napkins:

Signature drink sign (in a blinged out frame!)

Here's another table number -- Spirit Cruise:

Waterproof water bottle labels feature the couple's monogram:

Custom favor labels

One of my July couples made awesome favors for their wedding -- homemade beer! They asked me to design the labels for the bottles that would give A) a vintage feel and B) incorporate a bit of the beach since their wedding reception was right on the Long Island Sound (the bit of water between Connecticut and Long Island, New York for those of you that don't live on the east coast).

Here's one of the labels on the actual beer bottle, as well as the 5 different types of beer they made (over 350 bottles -- they were busy bees!)