I designed these Art Deco inspired wedding invitations back in the summer. However they were printed overseas so I did not get to see the finals until yesterday! I'm so pleased with how the gold foiling turned out! One of my new favorite pieces to be sure.
I haven't posted anything in a while mostly because school has been taking over my life! That doesn't mean I haven't been busy with freelance.
For instance! I stumbled across these lovely photos from a rehearsal dinner I shot :)
When Mikie at Hair by Mikie asked me to help her with photographing some of her hair and make-up creations I jumped at the chance! She does beautiful work and I wasn't disappointed - there will be more of these to come soon.
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What a lovely day to wait for the trains. This inspirational photoshoot happened in front of the very lovely Union Terminal Cincinnati, Ohio. Built in 1931 it created the perfect backdrop to transport us all back in time.
Hats and dresses: Modcloth and vintage
Paper goods: Abigail Reeder Designs
I adore calligraphy and it is one of my goals in life to learn the art. However until then I will simply have to look upon those who have mastered it and enjoy their skills.
My favorite at the moment is this lovely place card created by Jane Dolan.
This has been one of my most popular items recently, seems lots of people are in a autumn bohemian mood! These would be a perfect set for the bride and groom to hold in photographs after the ceremony or hang on the back of their chairs!
Best part - they are printable! So they fit your budget whatever it might be :)
See more on my Etsy! :)
A night on the town at the Netherland Plaza, circa 1933. The vintage Bette Davis gowns, luscious Veronica Lake curls and suspenders that would make Marlon Brando proud.
All Art Deco designs were created by yours truly. I wanted to take the architectural lines of the Netherland Plaza and use them as inspiration for some beautiful true-to-the era invitation designs. The lines create almost the illusion of a structure behind the words.
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Autumn weddings are the perfect time to utilize nature in fun and unique ways! I spent some time researching the best DIY autumn decor tricks as well as how these can be used in your fall wedding!
When you only need items to be beautiful and perfect for one day there is not reason to spend lots of money! DIY on a budget for centerpieces and decorations can save you ALOT of money.
My version of the Golden Leaf DIY
I love the idea of using nature as much as possible in fall weddings! But we all know that flowers can be terribly expensive. So here are few ideas to cut the budget and still have a lovely natural centerpiece for your tables.
1) Mason Jar DIY | 2) Fall fun with Corn | 3) Pinecone Filled Silver | 4) Wheat in Whiskey Bottles | 5) Pumpkins and Acorns | 6) Candles surrounded by fall details
Wedding favors are alot of fun and the perfect way to give your guests a little piece of your wedding to take home. However they can also cost WAY too much. So I think when it comes to your wedding favors for the autumn, think perishable and cheap. These ideas below are perfect, you can make them yourself and they are easy on the budget!
1) Apple Dip Set | 2) Caramel and Nuts with Stick | 3) Caramel Dipped Apples | 4) Candy Sparkly Favors | 5) Ribbon Wrapped Cookie Cutter | 6) Caramel and Nut Apples Packaged |
7) Mini Pumpkins with Tags | 8) Pretty Little Pumpkins | 9) Fall Themed Tootsie Roll Wrap
A Real Autumn Wedding