Earlier in the summer I worked with this darling couple to create their simple two-sided photo wedding invitation. And now that they're married I get to post it! Sarah & Brock wanted something that would span the styles of both the casual reception they held at a park the week before their wedding, and the elegant setting of Salt Lake City's Tuscany, where they celebrated the night of their marriage. We combined a handwritten font with an elegant swash script in their wedding colors, and used their favorite engagement photos to set off the text. Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Ekins
We took a quick trip to visit friends in southern California last weekend, and included a one-day stop in San Diego, where I had never been. We drove to the Mexican border just to say I'd been there (my husband lived there for a few years, so it was really just to indulge me) ate and watched the World Cup at El Indio, the MOST delicious Mexican restaurant (thank you Diners, Drive-Ins & Dives), walked from our hotel to Seaport Village and along the Embarcadero, and enjoyed the gentle sunshine and sea breeze.
Now that we're back, I can't help but post this brand-spanking-new nautical wedding invitation to celebrate all things seafaring and sunny. With a monogram crest in pale pink and a border of navy-and-white stripes, it's the perfect way to introduce your beautiful wedding by the sea (with matching monogram labels to boot!)
May weddings! Take a peek at this invitation to Jon & Samantha's couples' bridal shower (and please pardon the iPhone photos. It's been one of those days...)
Spring is such a thrilling time, don't you think? I was visiting in Portland, Oregon last week, and the cherry and plum blossoms were out in full force - gorgeous! Snowy pinks and whites and purples everywhere. To celebrate warmer days and growing things, here's a sweet pink cherry blossom and watercolor-inspired wedding invitation.
Since the snow has decided to come back, we might as well embrace it, true? A few weeks ago I met Kristina Curtis of Kristina Curtis Photography, and had the privilege of providing a wedding invitation suite for one of her inspiration shoots. To send you into your undoubtedly frigid weekend with thoughts of cozy fires and fur throws, here are a few images from the collaboration. (You can see more from the shoot here.)
I've recently had the chance to work with the fabulous Shannon of Shannon Elizabeth Photography. Yesterday she staged a mid-century modern inspiration shoot for which I got to provide the invitations (so lucky!) Here's a sneak peek from Shannon's Facebook page, with more to come!
It's snowing outside, and summer couldn't be further away, so to warm things up, here's a new safari-inspired zebra-print wedding invitation. Here's to weddings on the wild side.
Inspired by the end of summer (and the fact that the state fair was here in ye olde UT last week), here's one last hurrah for long warm days and eating popcorn out of a bag, (in wedding invitation form, of course).
Holy cannoli. With a move, a baby, disastrous happenings with our new house, and trying to actually find things like pencils and toothpaste amid the unpacking war-zone, it's been a while since we've had a decent post here. But I just finished a totally fun wedding invitation for Kelly & Sam and am so excited to post it! Kelly had a very clear idea of the colors and feel she was going for in their invitation, and we ended up with a really fun product. Congratulations, Kelly & Sam!
*PS. I don't know if I've ever explicitly mentioned this, but when I post invitation designs on this site, all personal information is changed, including dates, times, and locations of events, to protect clients' privacy. So if you know these people and are planning to go to their wedding, don't rely on the information you find here :)