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.
Whew its been a while since I’ve written a post! My husband and I are currently moving to a little farm about 5 min from our current location and we couldn’t be more excited! But with moving comes a ton of stress! We’re finally starting to settle down in our little cottage and really enjoying the beautiful countryside of New Jersey (yes believe it or not there is country life in New Jersey).
Today, I wanted to share with you an inspiration board I put together of a few inspiring photographs and some typography elements I am using for an upcoming Save the Date Booklet I am working on! Angela and Eric are having a rustic wedding in the woods in Pennsylvania and are using my favorite color combination of purple and green. As I was browsing Pinterest for inspiration, I found a TON of rustic wedding goodies from photography to the flowers. I am having so much fun with this wedding theme and I can’t wait to see the outcome! Stay tuned for the final product!
1. Steve Koo Photography 2. Honey Heart Photography 3. Kim Ross Floral Design 4. Stems 5. Thao Vu Photography
These lovely Conch Shell Save the Dates are hot off the press! My lovely bride Nina lives in Florida and since I will be down there, we are going to meet up and chat a little more about her wedding invitations! Nina wanted to include a photo magnet with her Save the Dates but wanted to do something a little extra instead of sending a magnet by itself. We came up with a design printed on ivory cardstock and a detached photo magnet on the bottom. Because Nina is getting married in Marco Island, Florida, she wanted to include a small hand drawn conch shell in her invitation suite.