How to Order Custom Hand-Lettered Wedding Invitations
2017 Year in Review-Part One
Your work was seriously my favorite part of the wedding Thank you so much for creating such beautiful stuff for us! -Amber W. Are you engaged? Are you dreaming about your wedding? Or maybe you’re just curious about what a custom job would take. This is the process when you’d like a custom wedding invitation […]
Styled Shoot Feature: Boho Chic Styled Shoot
Hello, ladies and gents of the internet. Is it really after Christmas already? Here are some of my favorite images from the extra-talented people I’ve worked with on Wedding Styled Shoots this year. This absolutely lovely anniversary vow renewal was featured on Cake and Lace. Vendors: Andrew and Tianna Photography, The Studio at Chelsea Commons, Jamie Leigh […]
Wedding Stationery Etiquette: What To Write On My Wedding Invitation?
This Boho Chic Styled Shoot features beautiful brush lettering, beautiful linen paper, and watercolor backgrounds. This styled shoot will always hold a special place in my heart because it was my very first ^_^ It’s awesome to see how much I’ve grown this past year. Enjoy these beautiful photos from Andrew and Tianna! The vendor […]
In The Process: New Years Eve Custom Invitation
Greetings earthlings. I am here to bestow upon you a new language, wedding stationery etiquette. No, seriously – does anyone actually get this? I have to look it up A LOT when I am working on a styled shoot and the organizers give me free range on what to write. And I tend to stick […]
Simple Nautical Tie the Knot Invitations
Hey guys and gals! As a designer, I love seeing the behind-the-scene processes of other designers. So, I thought I would give you a glimpse of what it’s like to work with me on a custom invitation. First off, there’s sketches. A ton of them. And, no- I don’t share most of them. Typically I will […]
Alanna’s Wine Tasting Die-Cut Invitation
I had a lovely opportunity to work with Amanda and Matt for their special day. The wedding invitation designed for them was based on a theme of “tie the knot” in a casual formal vibe. When Amanda contacted me about their wedding, she described the decorations of burlap, sea glass, rope, chalkboards, and drift wood. From that, and a pinterest board we shared, I came up with several sketches for them to choose from.
This has been a long time coming to share this invitation.
Well Ceindy, what took you so long? “Uhhhhhh, Arik?”
This invitation was for my dear friend and fellow designer, Alanna. I was also a bridesmaid for this party and got to put together this awesome and fun invitation for her bachelorette party. We decided to go wine tasting to three separate vineyards in Charlottesville. This invitation was cut and assembled by hand.