When I found out a coworker of mine, Emily, was engaged I basically harassed her into submission to let me design her invitations. Her chic Dallas wedding took place in a stunning 1920's art deco building in downtown Dallas. She wanted her wedding to have an art deco vide without getting too cheesy and going full "Great Gatsby". Her wedding was in the fall so her colors were darker jewel tones. And she hoped to used a lot of ferns and dark greenery. This gave me a lot of fun, new design elements to work with. The final results were a geometric patterned deep green invitations suite with some fern design elements to bring in some greenery. I love how modern and clean these designs turned out while still having a hint of 1920's flair!
Lisa and Andrew's wedding, oh my gosh, where do I even begin! Their GORGEOUS Cincinnati, OH wedding was filled with blush tones and lush greenery. It helped to set the tone of the designs we created using handwritten script fonts and Rifle Paper Co. floral accents. This was such a fun couple to work with because I not only get the pleasure of creating invitations. I was able to create so much more with welcome bags, programs, signage, tags and menus. Lisa's eye for design and detail really helped in the planning of their big day. No design detail was overlooked, and it all came together to create an absolutely stunning June wedding.
Word Travels Fast! After creating an invitation suite for my best friend she told her cousin Kaylen about my design work and I quickly had my second client. It was an absolute pleasure working with this lovely couple out of Cinicinnati, OH to create a classic neutral invitation suite.
Yep thats right folks I designed my own invitations!
My first client! My best friend allowed me to test out my design skills on her and create her wedding invitations. She put her faith in me as a designer and we worked through all the bumps and kinks together as I learned this process of wedding design. Her venue was an old train station so her invitation suite was inspired by the venue and her RSVP was treated like an old ticket stub.