The greens are so simple and clean!
This look is quite unique and the restrained use of color really lends an air of elegance throughout!
Oh how I love this invitation suite. Several months ago I purchased some laces, just to play and here we are. My “playing” often leads to a stationery project that I may never have dreamed could work but for Christina, it certainly did. The two varieties of lace acted as a closure along with the silvery satin ribbon tie. I love the delicate design of the lace contrasted by it sumptious, cottony texture – lovely!
Her lacy artwork choice was hand painted with a vibrant coral ink and then embellished with tiny rhinestones throughout.
Thank you Christina for trusting us to create this unique wedding invitation design for you!
So, what am I up to?
Just wrapping up a new project with Jennifer Simpson for B is for Bride in Alabama! Caroline from Paloma’s Nest featured a sneak peek of the paper cameos I created for the shoot.
Oooh the mix of champagne and silver is so unique and unexpected!
Wow, loving the bold purple palette! We added a bit of patterned paper beneath the rhinestone buckle wrap. I added painted dots throughout!
I think this green is much more subtle!
The greens are so vibrant and lush, combined with the gold the look is simply beautiful!
Your artwork collection is perfect for programs, table numbers etc!
The added blooms are perfect and really fills the invitation space nicely. If this is too much color an ivory ribbon could work well, thoughts?
I am so excited to see this all come together!
I thought the close up of the hand painted details would be fun for you to see!
The softer palette is beautiful and the addition of soft gold in the butterflies make them seem lighter somehow.
So excited about this sample!! I think the Wynn and Encore Las Vegas would be pleased to know you were inspired by their butterflies!