Robot Trivia Cards? Yes, please!

Okeyse and Ben had an absolutely gorgeous orchard wedding in July. They had banquet-style reception tables running down one of the cherry orchard aisles, with the most colorful, fun and funky place settings I have ever seen! I cannot wait for the photos, but in the meantime I wanted to share a small detail that I contributed to the tables. The couple wrote cute trivia questions about each other, and then made a game out of answering them during toasts (with Chukar Cherries as the prize – never a bad thing).  I was delighted when they requested something pretty and swirly that included robots, and this was the result:

Robots WeddingCouple Trivia Cards

 




Halloween Madness!

I feel so lucky to get to work with Tressa and John on their crazy creative Halloween wedding.  Guests are coming in full 80’s garb, and will be treated to food trucks, magic shows, and much more (including a wedding, of course).

For the Save the Date, they had their awesome photographer Barbie Hull make lenticular photos that transform from a normal, sweet photo of the couple, to a crazy image of John pulling Tressa’s head off, depending on how you hold it! I love this couple. Have I mentioned that? We than attached the photo to my design, announcing the occasion.

Hollogram Wedding Save the Date

The Invitation and RSVP/ Information cards continued the theme. With many layers, we created the vintage, grungy, creepy and fun image they were going for. I particularly love the tear-off RSVP postcard:

Vintage Halloween WeddingPerforated RSVP postcardTear Off RSVP postcard

All of the designs are double-sided, full color offset printing, with die cut corners. The result: some sweet wedding stationery.




Arts & Crafts-Style

I thought I’d share a recent project I did. I was happy to meet Susan and Bob, a really sweet couple, with a love of Arts and Crafts design. I started my design with their favorite font, and built it up from there. The inspiration for the pattern came from an actual Arts and Crafts stained-glass lamp. We started with a Save the Date:

Arts and Crafts Wedding

Then followed with stacked invitations, and a postcard-RSVP, and a simple envelope seal:

Arts and Crafts WeddingEnvelope Seal




Orchid Strings and Pretty Things

I love when I get to be involved in many aspects of a couple’s wedding design. I fell in love with Brookes and James while doing their wedding invitations, and then was lucky enough to be hired to make favor tags, escort cards, menus, and table numbers for the wedding. It was one of the most beautiful weddings ever, and I’m so excited to get to share some of the fabulous photos from Laurel McConnell Photography!

The wedding took place at Pravda Studios, with an all-star cast of vendors (a Kurant Event, Bamboo Beats, & Ravishing Radish, to name a few!). While I enjoy seeing Wyatt Ink table numbers and menus in this photo, the real star here are the flowers by Alexa Johnson at Fiore Blossoms:

Purple and White Wedding
A couple pics of the menus:

Purple Spring Wedding

Guests were given Theo chocolates. We made simple favor tags, with one of Brookes and James’ favorite quotes on the back: “For you see, each day, I love you more. Today more than yesterday and less than tomorrow.”

For me, the Escort Cards were the most exciting element I got to work on. Conquering my fear of heights, I hung 10 foot strings of fishing line, with purple orchids and name cards strung all along them. They looked stunning against the soaring Pravda windows!


Seating Cards
All in all, it was such a fun wedding to work on, and I wish Brookes and James all the best in their new marriage!