I was honored to design these gorgeous gold foil invitations for Nicole + Kenneth's destination wedding this spring. Here's a little sneak peek of their suite.
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.
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 had the opportunity to provide some artwork for a stationery series for Inclosed Letterpress and the end result is so perfect! You can purchase these note card sets on Inclosed's website.
Here's what my process looked like before it was pressed onto paper. I'm really working on perfecting my digitizing.