Last Sunday, we had the pleasure of having a booth at the Bridal Showplace at the Queen Mary in Long Beach. It was an absolutely gorgeous day for a show. I was ready to meet some great new people!
We had a nice corner booth space which gave me the opportunity to showcase some of our invitation samples as well as our wedding cards.
We had a great time at the show and I think it was a great success! Thinking about doing it
again 🙂 January maybe?
I don’t think I’ve ever had the chance to mention this on my blog. But I love Etsy. It has done so much for my business. Since opening my shop in 2009 it’s undergone some changes, but as my business has grown and changed Etsy has continued to give me opportunities I never had!
Brandan purchased our Ombre Wedding Invitation Suite from our shop and we worked together to create these gorgeous invites.
We customized colors to match with their colors until we found the perfect match – Kelly.
Shae is a beautiful person, she’s going to be an even more beautiful bride. I’ve known Shae since our dancing days, when we met in 2006. She was one of the founding members of our dance group, V.ENT, and is such a talented individual. Time has passed (7 years to be exact), life happened, and here we are – Charlie and I are married, and Shae with a beautiful daughter.
She’s getting married in July and I had the opportunity to design her Save the Date card AND her invitations.
Her theme is whimsy and shabby chic – which definitely fits with her personality. Here’s the Save the Date design we shared on our Instagram account.
When it came time for her invites. We wanted to continue with the theme. So we went with a textured, off white, metallic paper as the main card. It’s my favorite stock to use for invites – such a luxurious look and feel.
To incorporate her wedding colors, we used a silky teal backing and a matte coral in between. It definitely made that card pop! I love how it brought out the colors in the invitation.
I absolutely love typography! I love it having the challenge of setting up a design with nothing but type. We design the RSVP to match the invite card without taking too much away from the design.
I can’t wait to start working on her menu’s, place cards, and ceremony programs!