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Maps are a creative and interesting visual to use on any of your wedding stationery—especially for a destination wedding! Lindsay and Douglas were married in the Grand Cayman Islands this past January. The custom map that we painted for their welcome bag oriented guests to all the locations and activities of their wedding weekend. Maps like this look great on save the dates, welcome packets, and any other wedding stationery you can dream of! 

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For all of the brides that love a cohesive stationery suite, this wedding will strike your fancy! This stunning event from last spring took place at Lowndes Grove Plantation here in Charleston, South Carolina. Designed by Ellen Robinson at WED, each piece of this wedding, from the pillows to the centerpieces, created an elegance that is hard to beat! We designed a die cut letterpress save the date for Patty and Drew in royal blue. The menus and table numbers repeated the same shape and pattern from the save the date, but in gold foil. We also created die cut royal blue stickers for her welcome bags along with her welcome packet. One of our favorite projects for Patty was her petite ceremony program with a custom drawing of Lowndes Grove on the cover. Oh…and can we talk about the die cut passed hors d’oeuvres signs? Beautiful detail!

Great ways to keep a stationery suite consistent without being boring: think of your favorite shapes, color, and pattern, we will take it from there!

Hope you enjoy these beautiful photos by Charlotte Elizabeth Photography

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Loren and Chad were married this past June on a lovely summer night at Lowndes Grove Plantation here in Charleston. We loved working with Loren and the ladies at A Charleston Bride on her stationery suite all the way from save the date to cocktail napkins. Loren adopted a low country, natural motif for her wedding stationery—navy, papaya, and kraft paper, a dock scene, and a woodgrain pattern. We had fun with “Do Not Disturb” signs for her welcome packet and a two-sided program with a note to family and friends in fun and interesting type. The occasion was spectacular, and we were privileged to contribute! 

Photos by Richard Bell Photography

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We are so excited to be included in Style Me Pretty’s Fashion and Beauty Magazine 2013! We adored all the different stationery we created for Nicole and Jason’s Charleston, South Carolina wedding this past May. We were able to incorporate so many creative formats, delicate color, and hand drawn motifs from her wedding invitation all the way to her dinner menu. The gorgeous wedding, designed by Melissa Barton at A Charleston Bride, uniquely reflected Nicole’s elegant style—pillows on ceremony chairs and antique china place settings—love. How lucky we are to see our work photographed by KT Merry, who captured sweet moments so delicately!

Check out the complete magazine here. (Nicole’s wedding begins on page 150)

See the full gallery of the wedding (it’s wonderful) here

Prepare to be inspired!

 

 

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This past June, we had the pleasure of working with lovely bride, Laura, and her planner,  Ashley Wenz at WED, to create wedding stationery from start to finish. Laura’s style was simple but elegant, and her wedding day exhibited that so well. Her paper goods incorporated Elizabeth Porcher Jones calligraphy, antique gold ink, and a pop of apple green. We loved working with such a sweet client, making her wedding day details come to life!   Photos by: Gene Ho Photography

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Recently, we had the privilege of working with Melissa Barton of A Charleston Bride as she created a neutral, but very elegant cake table setting for the recent Fall/Winter issue of Charleston Weddings Magazine. We created signage to sit beside the champagne flutes, encouraging guests to take a glass and “toast the two-some”. Per Melissa’s creativity, we also designed cake tags to be tied on each champagne flute. These encourage guests to eat cake as they sip their drink. To read more, you can find the article here or the magazine on newsstands now! 

Feature photos by Andrew Cebulka

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This week we’ve had the opportunity to design menus and signage for two foodie events incorporating Salthouse Catering. Tanya, a good friend of ours recenlty launched Salthouse, and we couldn’t be happier for her. We must say, the food is AMAZING and would raise the bar of any event, big or small. We’ve had great fun pairing new designs with all the chef’s innovative creations! 

Happy weekend!

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This past June, Tiffany and Frank had a small but beautiful wedding celebration, designed by the ladies of Loluma in Charleston. They were married at the Thomas Bennett House, prefaced by a rehearsal dinner at Cottage on the Creek, and we were so excited to have a small part. We designed Tiffany’s invitation suite, and carried her mint and coral theme into her food signage, place cards, programs, etc. We also created menus, signage, and place cards to match her coastal, rustic rehearsal dinner. Tiffany is creative and modern, and it was a pleasure to use color and different design elements to enhance her wedding stationery! 

Photos by: King Street Studios

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Rachael’s youngest sister, Lauren, was married only two weeks ago on a beautiful Sunday in Colorado. It was a blast to create her stationery from start to finish and surprise her with each piece. Save the Date: 2 cards, white foil with a patterned back banded in purple and tied with twine. Invitation: an accordion folded booklet with a white foiled cover, attached reply card, and envelope including pennies to bring to the wedding—a family, good luck tradition. We loved her choice of deep purple and pop of orange and watching this theme play out in her stationery and wedding decor. Congratulations, Lauren and Brian! We wish you the very very best! 

PHOTOGRAPHY BY: KELLI NIXON

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Happy first day of August! For the wedding stationery business in Charleston, August means the start of fall wedding season. So here’s to a restful month of July, and some beautiful paper goods in the works for this fall!

{Just married sign created for a colorful-cute wedding this past July}

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