You may have noticed the last time I blogged was way back in November!! But that’s because I’ve been hard at work, designing away for some amazing clients! 2014 has been a huge year with a ton of custom invitations and custom booklet orders. August/September the studio is a little quieter so in the next coming weeks I will be working closely with my talented photographer to show of some of these great designs!
I wanted to start with one of my absolute favorites this season. This booklet invitation is one of my newest styles. Grommet bound booklet with twine and custom logo. These booklets are available in a 4 page, 6 page, or 8 page layout. I love the bride and grooms choice of colors of navy, pinks, and greens and the mix of graphic patterns and illustrated flowers…perfect for a summer wedding! Congratulations Anne & Patrick! We knocked this one out of the park! To view more booklet styles, head over to my custom invitation booklet section on my website.
Being summer is my absolute favorite season, I’m really bummed its coming to an end. I figured I’d end the season with something bright and sunny. Yellow and gray is one of my favorite color combinations. And I just love anything with a chevron pattern!
cake: Love the Design invitation: Adori Designs
I’m completely ecstatic over these rustic save the date booklets that were just created for Angela and Eric! Not only did she use my favorite color combination of green and purple, she chose to go all out with her save the dates by choosing the booklet style (my absolute favorite thing to design). We also thought using a wood grain texture card stock would really add to the whole rustic feel. This was definitely a rustic beauty.
My bride Cassandra came across my very own save the dates and instantly feel in love with the color combination and style. Cassandra is getting married at the Mint Museum Uptown in Charlotte North Carolina and really wanted to have a modern feel to her invites but with a hint of traditional. I encounter couples with two separate styles quite often and although it can be challenging, the outcome can be quite stunning. Cassandra also wanted to play a little bit off her fiance’s last name “Rose” and wanted to incorporate a rose motif in her suite. We ended up accenting her purple envelopes with custom designed envelope liners that coordinated with her overall design. I always recommend envelope accents. Its that little extra surprise when your guests open up your invitation. Congratulations to the future Mr. & Mrs. Rose!