Notions and snapshots that shape our day to day.

In the Studio: Watercolor

Mercedes and Austin get married this weekend, and we are so happy to share their invitation. Mercedes’s suite was custom to the very last piece. We hand painted florals and perfected the oranges, reds, and yellows of her set. This was a great opportunity to practice our painting skills, and we loved the turn out! 

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In the Studio: Hand Drawn

This save the date was inspired by a series of after-hours floral doodles that soon became a pattern for the back of the save the date card. We love the simple front juxtaposed with the intricate hand drawn back. Patterns like these  can easily be made into envelope liners or  thank you cards!

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Stationery Trends: Chalkboard

Though we work mainly on stationery for weddings, sometimes we have the opportunity to design for awesome birthday parties or corporate events. We’ve found a trend in some of these fun, outdoor events: CHALKBOARD. We enjoy tapping into something different and designing signage with fonts that look hand-written on a chalkboard background. It’s a great trend to try, especially with outdoor summer parties approaching! 

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Map Your Weekend: Hand Drawn

This map of Hilton Head Island was the perfect insert for this bride’s welcome packet last November. We loved the different blues and the unique elements, like the sketched iconic Hilton Head lighthouse. Maps are a great way to orient guests to their surroundings while reminding them of important info like times and locations of events. 

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In the Studio: Drawing

As summer is approaching (it’s June!), we are reminiscing about some of our fall projects, particularly this invitation for a Harvest Banquet last November. Doodles of carrots and greens became a lovely border for this monochromatic invitation. We loved the mix of fonts and the opportunity to change pace from the wedding invitation world. We love incorporating hand drawn elements to make each invite unique!

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