There is so much to love about this soothing suite much like the beach where the wedding took place. The color palette was a mix of unexpected pastels – seafoam, peach, lavender, and grey. We created two features that were used throughout the paper and wedding design, a custom floral pattern, and monogram featuring the first name initials. Pretty calligraphy and illustration by Elizabeth Jones Calligraphy, and all photos by Corbin Gurkin.
Guests were welcomed with simple but stunning guest bags. Custom printed canvas totes are pretty enough that guests will use them when they get home, and a whimsical hand lettering and pattern play give a playful touch.
Since the wedding ceremony was held outside on the Grand Lawn of the Sanctuary, ceremony programs were printed on thick luxury paper and shaped as fans.
Die cut floral cards simply calligraphied made a statement when pinned to peaches for the escort card display. Much the wedding signage was kept simple with calligraphy.
Simple printed menus noted with the monogram were featured at dinner, along with die cut place cards fashioned like leaves.
The custom monogram also made a pretty appearance on table runners, and adorned the back of the bride and groom’s dinner chairs.
Lastly, the dance floor was covered in our floral pattern making for a gorgeous focal point in the middle of the ballroom…