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Holly J.

March 7, 2014

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Our Vintage Lacy Trees have become a signature collection here at the studio.  The stately tree trunks brush with watercolor combined with the whimsical lacy pattern as foliage have stood the test of time and continue to enchant couples everyday.  So today I’ve collected some of our most recent favorites as well as old friends of this design that continue to inspire new versions today.

Megan tool her Lacy Tree scene to the next level with a detail venue painting full of personality.

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Rebecca’s custom tree trunk made a huge statement for the couple.  We illustrated a tree species that only grows in Australia!

Ciaran’s Wedding Invitation is a prime example of a very classic approach to this collection.  Simple lines, clean layout, sweet artwork details.  Love, love.

Betsy’s Enchanted Tree Wedding Invitation featured a rainbow of color, dragonflies and the prettiest cardstock combinations.  Love this mix of aqua paisley, silver and cream embossed floral patterns!

Julie’s muted palette and chic rustic aesthetic can be felt throughout every detail of this invitation suite!


The Vintage Lacy Tree can even resemble a towering Redwood!


Our pets are like family, so we’re not surprised so many couples want them to be illustrated and painted as part of the invitation design!

My personal favorite as seen in The Knot magazine back in 2009!  Our very first magazine feature in fact!


A wildflower garden grew underneath this stately oak along with Jennifer’s beloved pets.  Notice her cutie turtle in there?

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Michelle’s suite featured so many custom details;  her barn venue, pets, apple barrels and even hand painted ribbon!


Thanks so much for taking this journey with me today!!  Want more Vintage Lacy Trees?  Check our Signature here and our Expressive collections here!

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Kayla P.

August 8, 2013


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Allison M.

August 6, 2013


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Julie S.

August 5, 2013

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It’s been a busy season here at the studio and way too long since the last Peek into the Studio! I love this time of year as we’re still creating suites for summer while wrapping up fall wedding invitations – the best of both worlds…

First is Allyza’s eclectic wedding invitation combining watercolor sketches of a vineyard scene surrounded by late summer blooms like Lisianthus and Dahlias…The intensity of the Walnut veneer adds elegance and sophistication overall in an unexpected way.


Allyza chose to wrap her Pocketfold with lace and a simple tag illustrating the wedding venue…


Deanna’s suite combines the most delicate bouquet of Hydrangea, Garden Roses and Dahlia with a delightful mix of cardstocks in Indigo, Paisley and blush.


I love how the raspberry tones of watercolor mingle with the shimmering blush stock here…


Deb’s lakeside keepsake wedding invitations were a hit here.  We call them keepsake because the simple folded concept allows guests to fold over and frame the artwork if they would like.


Hummingbird details…
Elizabeth and Joseph’s Tree Wedding invitation suite was full of personal details from their chapel, dog and cat and a depiction of the tree under which they were engaged!


The little details…


Caitlin’s Vintage inspired Wedding Invitation suite featured watercolor banners and roses all painted with sheer shimmery inks.


Alison’s Watercolor Dahlia Wedding Invitation is definitely a new favorite of mine…Sketched lace cardstock framing is an unexpected detail that adds so much interest.  Touches of sheer shimmery ink were added over the individually watercolored blooms.


Tara’s mix of oceanside architecture and painterly blooms speaks volumes of the charming affair to come.

I can’t get enough of this painting technique!  Simple white inks against linen shimmer cardstock – ohh!!


So what am I up to?

Enjoying my most recent creative shoot seen in the latest Magnolia Rouge Magazine!

Painting Dahlias…well trying to keep up with what my garden is putting out…

Planning a mid summer celebration for the Momental Girls!!

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Carey J.

July 22, 2013



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