Sharing this wedding was a long time coming, but hopefully worth the wait. Elizabeth Messina is an icon in our industry. One who has the gift and magic of capturing light through her lens. She seizes time and crystallizes heartfelt moments with a click and the charm of her gifted eye for composition. When our bride Veronica mentioned she splurged on photography, I knew we were all in for something incredible.
Featured in the premier issue of the London based, Reverie Magazine, Veronica and Evan’s celebration was brimming with carefully curated details. Possibly my favorite of the day were the Blooms on Glass table numbers. Completely drawn from scratch on each glass panel, the blooms came to life in hundreds of brushstrokes in white, gold, sage and ivory.
An understated palette…
Light inks on dark stocks was integral to Veronica’s stationery suite. She loved the way milky inks flooded and spread atop charcoal cardstocks.
Love the touch of tulle around each program… (my snapshot above)
(my snapshots above)
(my snapshot above right)
I pulled two designs from the production table this week first for their wow color and attention grabbing textures. Two very different approaches to color here, but both equally as impactful.
Melanie’s Poppy flower save the date incorporated her love of color and punchy Suzani inspired pattern.
Killer combination; delicate blooms and bold pattern…
After each was printed, delicate soft pink brushstrokes we added to each peony, against the bold orange cardstock. So pretty.
Next we have Hanieh’s pieces all decked out in muted blush, lavender and champagne.
Hanieh loved stripes and watercolor so I created a new pattern featuring haphazard stripes in shades of lavender.
My newest floral watercolor was printed on champagne shimmer stock and then painted with thick strokes of blush and lavender, such a lovely play of textures.