I created a personalized monogram for my friends Cher & Wil who tied the knot a few months ago. A set of notecards and notepaper for the newlyweds made the perfect gift.
It's been a few months since Yori-Ann and Pierre tied the knot. Their sandy & teal invites were a neutral nod to their Caribbean wedding.
Keri & Kahlil got married last month & I had the pleasure of creating their Save the Dates as well as their wedding invitations. Keri came to me with the idea of printing on wooden paper. We kept the design simple and let the unique paper be the focal point.
Kristina reached out to have some custom notecards and envelopes created. In the end we narrowed down the fonts she liked to two choices but she was still torn so I printed half her order with one and half with the other. Problem solved!
The pineapple has been a symbol of hospitality since the days of the early American colonies. Sea captains who sailed among the Caribbean Islands and returned to the colonies with their cargo of fruits, spices and rum would spear a pineapple on a fence post outside his home to let his friends know of his safe return home. As well as to signal an invitation for them to visit, share his food and drink, and listen to tales of his voyage.
The pineapple became a symbol of the presence of hospitality and friendship. And the motif can still be seen today in architecture and signs and now stationery! I've created notecards in both gold and blind debossed finishes as well as a mini.. Check out them out!
Yesterday N'Gina & Stephen tied the knot in Kingston, Jamaica. Here is the quick peek at the inspiration board I pulled together for their invitations and the simple and sophisticated final result. Congrats to the newlyweds!
Shortly after Lauren ordered personal stationery for a friend she placed an order for some for herself. She chose to use a two-tone grey combination in the Rockwell hand-set type.