Kathryn & Colby
Kathryn and Colby celebrated their nuptials in San Miguel, Mexico where their families own vacation properties. Thus the traditional historical Mexico architectural details were of focus for these pieces. With cobalt blue accents, the gold foil on these pieces were able to shine! This interior enclosure features an adhered invitation and lower cobalt pocket for additional pieces. Kathryn has some family history from India, hence the ikat pattern featured with elephants.
Their suite goes to show that you can include many personal elements in your stationery and have it all still be cohesive!
Natalie & Brooks
Natalie and Brooks fell in love in Houston and this was their last hurrah before heading out to Atlanta as Brooks is an ever moving NFL player. They looked for an elegant, chic style that would compliment the grandeur of their event. Their invitation features a booklet with foiled and letter pressed invitation card along with other foil accents for the insert cards, envelope, and interior pocket.
Ariel & Steven
Ariel and Steven features beautiful letter press and foiled details throughout. Outer envelope features foiled return address and stamp frame. The inner envelope features a lighter gray liner with die cut accent and finished with hand calligraphy. Upon removing the invitation the booklet features a foiled emblem silk backer. The invitation card featuredwithin is gray letter pressed with foiled accents and finished with a hand painted gold beveled edge. Additional pieces are found within a white foiled pocketwith additional letter pressed items.
Rachel & Jurrie
Rachel and Jurrie's story is one for the books. He is from Holland while she resides from Charleston, and they have created their home together in New York City. These geographical details were important to them as was their love of sailing. Charleston, Holland, and NYC maps were used throughout to celebrate these poignant destinations in their life. Accents created include custom fabric for pillows, monogram printed pillows, large format maps for decorative purposes, welcome bags featuring Charleston traditions, and signage that keeps their fun spirit present throughout.