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Friday, August 1, 2014

Romantic Blush + Gold Wedding

Be still my heart.

This custom wedding suite is one of my most favorite projects ever.
I got to explore new territory and try some different printing methods.

We did pink letterpress with the added glam of gold foil.
Envelopes were lined with a custom floral watercolor pattern which is probably my favorite part of the suite.

Mama's Sauce did the letterpress and foil for me and they were so insanely wonderful to work with. So on-point, answered emails quickly, knowledgable, 
super nice and really quick! If you are looking to do this type of printing 
please check them out. You won't be disappointed. I promise.

For favors the bride and groom had a custom coffee roast brewed and we designed up custom coffee bags! They named the brew "Crescent Beach" because it's where they first said "I love you" and where the groom a plane...flying over the beach! Sheesh if that's not the most romantic thing I don't know what is. Seriously. 

I got the bags printed at who also did an incredible job!
We wrapped the bags in vellum strips and they doubled as escort cards, 
telling the guests where to sit.

Such a gorgeous event from start to finish and such amazing 
attention to detail!

Monday, July 21, 2014

Rebecca Minkoff Baby Shower

Imagine my excitement one morning as I was scrolling through my Pinterest feed {with one eye open} early in the morning and I recognize my straw flags in a pin. I click through and it takes me to Project Nursery's post on Rebecca Minkoff's gorgeous lavender baby shower...using my design!

I found that it was also featured on InStyle and People as well!
Every single detail is so lovely. From the favor tags to the straw flags...
all of it is just so beautifully executed.

The shower’s lavender color scheme was inspired by one of Rebecca’s totes.
Natalie Lawler from Minted along with Rock Paper Scissors Events are responsible for putting together such a fabulous event!

This is why I love being a part of the Minted design community. It opens up so many doors and opportunities to have my work out there in the world in ways that I may never have been able to on my own.

{Photos courtesy of, and}

All of the breathtaking shots were captured by the lovely 
Sara Wight of Sara Wight Photography.

Check out her work!

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

We Shot a Wedding 2.0

My husband and I do not consider ourselves professional 
photographers but we were asked {for a second time} to capture
 the moments of a lovely couple's "I do's."

The ceremony was held at our home church in April. 
We traveled to a near by park to get some nice outdoor shots.
The weather was beautiful and it was just about "golden hour."
We also got permission from a nice gentleman to use his 
beautiful hundred year old barn* as a back drop for some 
of the bridal party shots.

Such an easy couple to shoot. 
They were fun and certainly in love.

*The nice man told us how old the barn was but I don't remember. It had to be at least a hundred. I think.