Here is a visual summary of my wedding invitation designs:
Most recent completed invitation package; Mary and Greg’s Fall Wedding. They came out so refined and formal, I love them!
So here is the final design for Dave & Ashlene’s August wedding. The whole package turned out better than I could have ever imagined. I am thrilled!
Wildflower seeded paper, grocery bag envelopes and a peacock feather design!
Here is our invitation, response card and front of our ceremony program. I had such a blast making it all! Printed at home with a regular old inkjet printer!
I did this floral design as a favor for a good friend of mine. She already was set with her typography, so I just created this pattern to be a reoccurring theme on her pre-established stationary. She wanted something very simple. Their wedding was in a fun, summery setting.
This was the first draft of my design for my WONDERFUL brother-in-law and his BEAUTIFUL bride to be…can you tell I adore them? I am so excited for their wedding, and even more excited that they let me be a part of designing this! This was just the beginning of the flow of ideas that came after many emails and discussions with my future sis-in-law. She is a SUPER creative person, so I had a blast bouncing ideas off her.
This was the second draft. She gave me this beautiful quote to use, so this was my attempt at including it on the invite.
This is the last draft Im going to post because I want the final to only be revealed upon guests receiving it! I got SO many fun ideas working on this that I know will be of value in my later designs.
A wedding invitation and rsvp card design for a friend of my moms. Her colors were black and ivory so I went with something very clean. Love the way it turned out.
*Update 9/7: I just wrapped up the last of Dave and Ashlene’s wedding designs, as there big day has come and gone. It was wonderful and everything turned out perfect! I will be posting pictures of their programs soon. You can view their other wedding signage under the “other designs” page. I had a lot of fun with a feather stamp and embossing powder…check it out!
I am currently working on a rehearsal dinner invitation for the winter wedding of one of my sorority sisters. It is the first time I have designed for a winter wedding, so I can’t wait to get started!
My father-in-law has his military retirement this fall, so we are wrapping up his invitations.
I am setting up a form on the blog soon for all you future bride’s/clients. It will make getting in touch with me and telling me about your event needs a lot easier. So keep an eye out!