You may have seen our feature on Green Wedding Shoes last week? Well let me tell you a story…
Dresses by The Dessy Group
There is nothing I enjoy painting more than florals. For years I tried to hide that fact and make nice with every design trend that passed my nose. Being versatile keeps things interesting, so I do love a good landscape painting session or sitting down with the pencil to craft a new pattern, BUT my first love will always be floral.
When Envelopments approached me about collaborating on a watercolor pattern featuring the floral designs I had become known for, I was ecstatic. In late December, Envelopments launched Trellis, a collection of new patterns created from my watercolors painted exclusively for the project.
Trellis is available here and through countless designers and stationery boutiques nationwide. Pretty pockets, papers, envelopes; all waiting to make their mark on your wedding stationery.
To express my love for this pattern, its versatility and the heart that I and the talented designer Ramon poured into its development, I created a world where Trellis reigned. A world where delicate petals in repeat became fabric upholstery and cut-out shapes for a paper wedding bouquet. A world where flowers and passion create an imaginary place, here if only to put a smile on our faces. A world that makes me happy every time I look.
Trellis is made of delicate elements like paint drops, textured petals, queen anne’s lace inspired greens and a bit of watercolor stripe. Seen in full it is romantic, girly and formal. Just a thin peek at Trellis and it becomes an earthy and organic statement.
Calligraphy by Meant to Be
At another glance Trellis is young, modern and graphic…
Next it can be artful and unfussy, something even the groom could approve of…
Photography by Swoon Over It Studio
So thank you for reading and stay tuned this week as I dive deeper into the project that we lovingly call Trellis Shoot. Loads of stationery, decor and wedding inspiration to follow this week! XO