September 2014 Archive

Meet Catherine

Catherine offers¬†a refreshing¬†bouquet¬†of our house¬†seafoam¬†and stale¬†inks printed on our luxurious white¬†card stock, accented by¬†a delicate ivy pattern that¬†compliments the script font’s swooping curves. This lovely suite¬†borrows nature’s prettiest neutrals–soft greens, pewters and nudes–and dresses them up just enough for a clean, modern, English garden feel.

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Our Catherine would naturally look beautiful in any outdoor setting, but could also help set the scene at a breezy, coastal affair, or even on a rooftop at a posh, urban wedding. ¬†The extra-special detail about Catherine is that she’s not too girly, but not too masculine either–so she’d get along great with stronger details like metallics and baroque decor, as well as softer ones like pure-white roses and twinkling tea lights.

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Learn more about Catherine here.

Got a crush on Catherine? So do we! Tell us what you think of our all-occasion gal in green in the comments section below!

xo,

Lauren

1. Outdoor¬†Florals¬†{via¬†Bride in Dream} | 2. Mint Heels¬†{via¬†Paper Knots} | 3. Tea Lights¬†{via¬†Pinterest} | 4. Florals¬†{via¬†Once Wed} | 5. Catherine¬†Suite¬†{via¬†Drolet Paperie} | 6. Gown¬†{via¬†Pinterest} | 7. Wedding Cake¬†{via¬†Erica O’Brien} | 8. Groomsmen¬†{via¬†Shop Everthine} | 9. Florals.¬†{via Bienenkiste}

Meet Brynn

Brynn is one of our signature looks that celebrates the beauty¬†of clean lines and classic script. Pairing the glamorous antique gold ink with our subtle house blush ink,¬†Brynn is crafted to appear classic yet fresh and contemporary.¬†Printed on Crane Lettra Fluorescent White stock, ¬†she is definitely one of our personal favorites…

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Of course, I have my visions for a chic and romantic affair dripping with beadwork and billowing chiffon, but the beauty of Brynn is that she’s the perfect canvas for your imagination to get away with itself. Want to go ultra-modern and carry an all-white bouquet? Or keep it traditional with romantic pink tones and twinkle lights? Whatever you choose, Brynn will get along famously.

Brynn

Learn more about Brynn here.

Finding some bliss in Brynn? Ready to add her to your wedding plans? Tell us your take in the comments section below.

 xo,

Lauren

1. Wedding Florals {via Louisville Wedding Blog} | 2. Wedding Cake {via Bobbette & Belle} | 3. Desserts {via Bellegala} | 4. Wedding Dress {via Pinterest} | 5. Brynn Suite {via Drolet Paperie} | 6. Reception Florals {via Pinterest} | 7. Outdoor Ceremony Scene {via Project Wedding} | 8. Bridal Bouquet {via Elizabeth Anne Designs} | 9. Mr. & Mrs. {via Every Last Detail}

 

Meet Beth

Festive Beth encapsulates a rustic countryside richness that features folksy and elegant fonts on our crisp cream cotton stock and a bounty of flowering burgundy vines spilling in from the corners. Created to compliment strong tones like fig, moss and espresso, Beth gives a nostalgic nod to classic Americana. Below, we paired Beth with our fig colored envelopes…

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I think Beth would fit best into fall or winter occasions, requiring not much more than a gorgeous woodsy backdrop, some fresh picked berries and plant of robust blooms, like eucalyptus and chrysanthemums, to make a statement. Of course, you can dress Beth up in a snap (think gold or bronze decor) or sweeten her up with sprigs of baby’s breath and lots of lace!

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Learn more about Beth here.

Charmed by Beth? Think she’s just what your wedding needs? Let us know what you think in the comments section below.

xo,

Lauren

1. Wedding¬†Florals¬†{via¬†Grey Likes Weddings} | 2. Place Setting¬†{via¬†Magnolia Rouge} | 3. Reception¬†Florals¬†{via¬†Grey¬†Likes Weddings} | 4. Vintage Bouquet¬†{via¬†Wedding Chicks} | 5. Beth¬†Suite¬†{via¬†Drolet Paperie} | 6. Cranberry Wedding Favor¬†{via¬†Brides.com} | 7. Bridesmaid¬†{via¬†Let’s Make it Mine} | 8. Mason Jar Aisle Accent¬†{via¬†Poppy and Pansy Design} | 9. Bridal Florals¬†{via¬†One to Wed}

Meet Alexandra

With a House Collection of 20 unique designs, it might be a little bit overwhelming at first to browse them all. So, to put each design in its own¬†spotlight, I’ll be¬†“introducing”¬†them¬†one at a time over the course of the next few weeks, right here on the blog!¬†You’ll see¬†snapshots of the freshly minted invitations, along with fun¬†inspiration boards for each that will help explain the feel and vision of the ceremonies that would compliment¬†each suite perfectly. Happy browsing!

First, I’d like you to meet one of my favorites… Alexandra

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Feminine Alexandra features letterpress printing on white cotton card stock and a vintage floral pattern unfurling in the background, which was printed with our house blush ink and pairs elegantly with our decadent espresso brown ink for the font. The result is a richly romantic, timeless look and feel.

Alexandra would fit in perfectly at modern and vintage-inspired weddings alike, but, when she’s paired with our¬†kraft¬†envelopes, I ¬†can’t help but have visions of¬†rustic outdoor receptions, simple, lush florals, soft, sun-washed neutrals and, of course, touches of texture like¬†burlap and jute!

Alexandra

Learn more about Alexandra here.

Have you fallen for¬†Alexandra? Think she’d be perfect for your wedding? Let us know what you think in the comments section below!

xo,

Lauren

1. Aisle Florals {via Every Last Detail} | 2. Vintage Banner {via Etsy} | 3. Bridesmaid Florals {via Hey Wedding Lady} | 4. Vintage Bouquet {via Orangerie Events} | 5. Alexandra Suite {via Drolet Paperie} | 6. Vintage Bridesmaid Dress {via Hello Society} | 7. Reception Signage {via Etsy} | 8. Burlap Wedding Cake {via Magnolia Rouge} | 9. Card Holder {via Etsy}

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