Notions and snapshots that shape our day to day.
Recently we’ve had the opportunity to take a break from the computer and create design elements for many of our clients using our hands! Above is a save the date for a wedding in Kiawah Island, South Carolina this May. We wrote out “Save the weekend” and “Kiawah Island”, adding a personal and unique touch to this fun design. We are excited to see what else comes of this lettering trend this season!
Often we have brides that want to highlight the city or venue where they are getting married. As many of our weddings are local, we are lucky ladies, getting to include beautiful Charleston architecture on the wedding stationery we create. Whether you want a cute icon for a map, or a more formally sketched church on your wedding program, we can help! Guests love to see your favorite local spots in the form of a custom icon! Locations above include: Lowndes Grove Plantation and The Confederate Home
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.
We recently had the opportunity to take on a new laser cut job for a wonderful client. We were so pleased with the turn out! Vernessa, who is getting married in Charleston in February, has a very elegant and classic style. We letterpressed her wedding invitation suite on a cotton pearl white paper in charcoal ink. The all script invitation was beautifully printed, simple, but extremely elegant. We then laser cut this rose pattern to create a band that added punch and beauty to the set. In our excitement, we decided to laser cut navy paper as well. We love the contrast with the navy and white, and hope to us it again in the future…Enjoy!