November 8, 2012
March 19, 2012
For the last week or so in Pennsylvania, Spring has been in full bloom. With temps in the 60′s and 70′s it is hard not to have a bit of Spring Fever. Today I’m sharing some of my favorites from the last few weeks with designs focusing on…you guessed it, flowers! Whether lavishly painted or subtly watercolored, these blooms encompass all that is romantic and feminine. Some are more traditional, other more flirty and whimsical.
Kelly’s save the date featured a single pink peony painted with layers of pink and white acrylic and some sheer shimmer inks as well. Leaves were touched with a green shimmer ink to create a luxe look that seems to pop off the page. The girls adored painting these as each brushstroke had so much personality and style.
Stephanie’s wedding invitations were highly inspired by her love of all thing’s Vera Bradley. We began with a watercolor backdrop in shades of pink and then our Signature Vintage Lacy hand pressed pattern. All painted in shades of pink and yellow, these blooms look as fresh as the first warm Spring day.
Jessica went with a baroque frame artwork motif embellished with Juliette roses and pink peonies. So pretty.
Last but certainly not least is Krista’s Contrast Painted Bouquet of Blooms. White hydrangeas and blush cherry blossoms make a big Spring statement here.
So get out there today and enjoy some of your day outside. Take a deep breath in and pick some flowers for me!
November 11, 2011
Last month we were honored to have our work featured twice in the Fall Edition of Inside Weddings Magazine. Have a look here to see our invitation feature and read on for more on our real wedding editorial!
Luxurious romance and high style were the cornerstones of this lavish affair. Marjan has distinctive taste and knew just the team to execute the vision with her. The ladies of Always a Bridesmaid are legendary in the industry so we were honored to work with them! So prepare yourself for every last juicy detail photographed by Heather Waraksa.
What struck me most about this wedding were the elegant portraits captured. Choosing my favorites to feature was a challenge. Moody poses and stylish stances all with a backdrop of the stunning NYIT de Seversky Mansion captivated me at every glance.
The first look…
Marjan and Ryan fell in love with our Signature Versailles Swirl Wedding Invitation Collection and chose a sophisticated palette of pink, peach, blush and eggplant. The watercolor textures brought in subtle hints of raspberry red for a punch of surprise color! With every swoosh and swirl, we tried to capture and communicate the spirit of the coming event. Here elegance and refinement mixed with whimsy and fun.
Composition is key with these portraits caught by Heather’s masterful eye.
The coral walls of the library in these shots adds flaire and fab to otherwise classic poses.
Decor evolved a bit for the ceremony space. A light an airy environment filled with cherry blossom blooms set the stage for a serene exchange of vows. Our hand painted cherry blossoms adorned the Custom Ceremony Programs printed on blush shimmer stock.
What a thrill to be a part of this talented team!