Handmade custom invitations & stationery
by Kristy Rice

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While working on the stationery design for Euna and Daniel I would receive snippets of info about the day’s decor and styling…I knew this celebration would be wow, but I could not have imagined the magic that evolved at the hand of this incredible team, lead by Lauren Chitwood Events.

Brace yourself for an all-white wonder of tree-like sculptures dripping with blooms, textured moss and sun-washed stone, laser cut paperie with hand painted moments lavishly donned on each piece…just look.

We simply can’t get enough of this outdoor tent wedding where white becomes a glistening, graceful thread that ties this celebration together in beautiful fashion.

The trees featured hydrangea, thistle, snow berry branches, orchids, scabiosa and spray roses – so good.

The hand painted invitations were a force in soft white, ivories and greens…The soft shades whispered in a big voice with a custom monogram surrounded by delicate white peonies…Sheer shimmer inks were applied heavily onto ivory shimmer cardstcok for a look like no other.  You can see every brushstroke and almost see the love that went into every turn of hand.

Euna was all about layering textures.  The invitation’s folder featured a breezy peony pattern speckled with moments of gold and white.  All was wrapped up with our Signature Vintage Lacy Pattern made into a laser cut masterpiece.

From very early on in the design process Euna envisioned this chalkboard style seating chart fitting in to the decor overall.  The entire piece was was hand drawn and lettered and then finished with creamy brushstrokes of pink, sage and white.

I just loved how as the evening wore on the room began to glow with a golden warmth.

To add to the palette of textures seen throughout the stationery we added hand painted glass table numbers.

White inks were added first with ivory brushed over top.

The lovely Euna…

The laser cut wraps make another appearance on the dinner menus.

…and the whole lovely suite.

Be sure to head over to Style Me Pretty to see the entire gallery and hear more from the bride! 

Wedding PhotographyAngela Anderson Photography  :  Wedding VenueHeadly-Whitney Museum in Lexington, Kentucky  ::  Wedding Design, Planning + Floral DesignLauren Chitwood Events  ::  Wedding Catering –  Dupree Catering  ::  Wedding StationeryMomental Designs (Invitations, Programs, Menus, Table Numbers, Seating Plan, CD Pouches) / Rentals + LightingCamargo Rental  ::   LinensLa Tavola Fine Linen Rental  ::  Wedding GownVera Wang  ::  Makeup + Styling – Ana Crane Simpson of Ana Crane Studio

1 Comment

  1. Jennifer

    I’ve never been afraid of color in a wedding, but there’s something so elegant and classic about an all white affair. The floral arrangements are too amazing, and paired with the calligraphy and lace floral prints on the invitations tie together perfectly. And with her porcelain skin, it puts the focus directly on her. Too beautiful. By the way, the green in the plants really brings out a fresh feel to this wedding…very Southern springtime.