Nothing makes my heart sing more than consistent signage + stationery at a wedding. My sister gave me the creative reins for all of the wedding paper for her September wedding in Omaha. Most of the signage was handlettered, digitized, and then blown up for print. The escort cards were all handlettered and then carefully attached to a free-standing board that my mom helped us install. Here are some photos from Gleason Photography from Alyssa and Dave's beautiful wedding reception at the Livestock Exchange Building in Omaha.
It's here! My free 2018 printable clipboard calendar is ready to be downloaded and hung in your home office. Just click on the image below to download. Happy New Year, my dears!
I'll send you mine if you send me yours!
After participating in the Antiquaria holiday card exchange last year, I want to join in on the fun. Send me your holiday card in a hand-lettered envelope (it doesn't have to be anything special, just your own handwriting, nothing typed and no labels) and I will send you one of my Christmas cards addressed in calligraphy. Make sure you put your name and address somewhere on the back of your card so I can make sure you get mine in return. These images are of my holiday cards from last year; this year's cards will be a surprise when you get one in the mail. So you better send me one, biatch.
Send your cards to:
1020 South 55th Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68106
When my uncle got engaged and called me about designing his invitations, he and his fiance stressed the importance of a vintage-inspired invitation suite to coincide with their wedding day. The color palette was greys and creams and I added some vintage looking embellishments to the design. The logo was hand drawn, and then duplicated on the back flap as a custom return address. It was so fun receiving my own invitation in the mail and seeing these two tie the knot!
I was ecstatic when a sweet KC bride reached out to me to hand letter these marble tiles for her wedding. The process was a little trickier than I had expected, but I learned a lot along the way and am ready to do my next marble project. See how stunning they turned out below.
Ink: Schmincke Copper
"Witching hour is a term in occult belief that refers to the time 12:00 a.m., at which creatures such as witches, demons and ghosts are thought to appear and to be at their most powerful."
This spooky Happy Hour bar cart print is yours to download, print, and place right on your home bar. Happy haunting, friends!
Click on the print below to download.
This art was designed to fit in an 8" X 8" frame, or a floating 10" X 10" frame, pictured above.
My mom and I hosted a traditional bridal shower for my little sister in early September, and I was tasked with the decor and the mimosa bar. I lettered a few chalkboards (which will soon be available to rent locally) and I put together all of the floral arrangements (shout out to the Trader Joe's flower section!). I didn't get to grab very many photos before everything was eaten/used so here's what I have:
Custom grey ink on light grey envelopes for a Lovestruck bride.