January 8, 2018

Just Married

photo by Liz Banfield 

Right after the New Year, we always find ourselves excited for all of the new couples getting married in the upcoming year. In the spirit of the festive time winding down and a new one just getting started, we are sharing a roundup of our favorite just married moments.  The above is from a New Year’s Eve wedding where we did all of the printing with a bit of a “fireworks” theme… We thought of this just married moment as the last big blow out so fireworks were appropriate.

photo by Gayle Brooker

This wedding featured “Mr and Mrs.” silhouettes of the bride and groom on their invitations, cocktail napkins, and the die cut getaway sign.

photo  by Liz Banfield

Sometimes simplicity does the trick… a simple calligraphied “Just Married” adorned this convertible as the bride and groom rode off to coordinated fireworks…

photo by Corbin Gurkin

Don’t forget about the golf cart getaways! Also, a great tip here, if you are planning on using a just married sign, make sure you or your wedding planner determines the best fit or attachment method based on the vehicle your are planning to use.

photo by Corbin Gurkin

This sign, making the date the focal point, was featured in the recent Charleston Weddings Magazine

photo by Liz Banfield

For this pretty and feminine wedding, a die cut shape, floral accent, and pink calligraphy fit the big…

Some of our other favorites have included glittered lettering, wedding hashtags, and custom cans and ribbons…

June 8, 2015

Lettered Olive on Style Me Pretty

We are thrilled to have created the printed materials for Sarah Clay and Sami’s Jackson Hole wedding. Our letterpress invitaitons (as well as the rest of the gorgeous rustic wedding) is now featured on Style Me Pretty.

Read more here: Rustic + Romantic Jackson Hole Ranch Wedding

The Save the Dates were designed to me mountain-esque and playful to get the guests excited for the big day! The invitations and ceremony program used classic calligraphy for a more traditional, sophisticated design.

All guests were greeted with a welcoming bag full of goodies that were handpicked by the couple to prepare them for their perfect stay in Jackson Hole.

The details did not stop at the invitations. The custom monogram we created was seen throughout the event.

February 17, 2015

Making Waves

Annie and Davis’ rehearsal dinner is certainly one for the books. Treating their guests to an elegant seaside soiree with a nautical flare was very important to these Charlotte, North Carolina natives. We loved playing up this nautical-chic vibe when designing their printed materials. From the foil and letterpress invitations, to the menus and place cards, we left no water uncharted.

Make sure to pick up the latest copy of Charleston Weddings Magazine to get all the details.

Photo Credit to the always talented: Corbin Gurkin

January 9, 2015

Kaylyn and Brad

Starting the New Year off right over here with a new publication in Flower Magazine. It was such a joy to work on Kaylyn and Brad’s San Antonio wedding designed by our sister company Tara Guerard Soiree. We created one of our favorite wedding logos of all time for this one! A mix of masculine antlers with feminine flowers this logo was the perfect combination of both our bride and groom’s personalities.

Big thanks to Liz Banfield for the photos!

January 5, 2015

Happy New Year!

It was on New Years Eve last year that one of our favorite couples was married! (A New Years Eve Wedding… can you think of a better way to ring in the New Year?) A fun, modern yet elegant couple: their printed material was a reflection of just that. With lots of foil, letterpress, laser cut and velvet details this couple celebrated the New Year with flair.

Be sure to check out their feature in Inside Weddings available on newsstands everywhere.

Photography by: Liz Banfield and Adrienne Page

Happy Anniversary Lindsey and Sean!