Custom stationery Portfolio
FEATURE: Morgan and Jeff's multi-location wedding
I sincerely love this stationery suite because of the romantic love story of the couple featured in it. I met Morgan in college on a trip we took to Peru, South America. Our little college group got paired up with a group from another school. Interestingly enough, Morgan seemed to be getting along really well with a guy from Montana named Jeff. As we toured Machu Picchu, wandered around Lima, and learned about the Incan empire, they just seemed to click. Fast forward a few years, and Morgan and Jeff were engaged. I had the enormous privilege of making their wedding stationery, and I'm so glad!!
This wedding stationery suite introduced some unique challenges. Despite coming from two different states, Morgan and Jeff wanted to celebrate with all of their family members. They planned a traditional wedding in Indiana, with another reception in Montana. We created a few different invitations. Some guests were invited to the Indiana wedding only, while others received information about the Montana reception. In the end, this solution worked seamlessly for the needs of each guest. (And can we just talk about the COLOR in this gorgeous wedding??)
I've never been a huge fan of coral and peach, but this wedding has me converted. Congratulations to a beautiful couple with a love story straight out of a movie.
Feature: Taylor and Jalen's purple and lavender HUES wedding
When a bride asks you to create a stationery suite in shades of your favorite color, you have to say yes. Instantly. Don't ask questions. Taylor and Jalen's wedding was a dreamy mix of lavender, violet, amethyst, and lilac. To top it off, Taylor chose a shimmery champagne envelope. I truly cannot imagine a more perfect first impression for guests than a bit of sparkle and an explosion of florals.
When Taylor contacted me, she told me that she was getting married outdoors with a barn reception. I really wanted to carry that breezy, summery feel into the stationery suite. At the same time, we wanted to keep things upscale and not too casual. We stuck with a fairly traditional wording, and that shimmer champagne-colored envelope was the perfect touch to keep things elegant.