It’s the time of year when pretty winter invitations start getting designed, addressed and mailed. I’m thrilled for this one below! Book your calligraphy now to ensure time on my schedule!
It is so nice to work with a great group of vendors on a photo shoot & see such lovely photos & write up on the blogs! This week a Lace & Film Wedding Ideas photoshoot was featured on Ruffled blog and it is so lovely. I love how it is a little vintage modern and not rustic! The blacks and whites used in the stationery really popped and coordinated well with the vintage cameras, film canisters and reels. It was perfect for this Los Angeles photo shoot. Here are a couple of images – but check out the blog for the inspiration shoot and the diy posts on the escort & place cards, photo table runner and hanging light bulb chandelier.
Event Venue: Monk Space / Wedding Photographer: Krista Mason / Event Designer: Gianna SanFilippo of Chic Celebrations / Wedding Flowers: Heavenly Blooms / Wedding Cupcakes: Cupcakes Couture / Furniture Rentals: Found Vintage Rentals / Flatware, China, Glassware: Casa de Perrin / Wedding Invitations: AzulSahara / Calligraphy: The Left Handed Calligrapher
It is cold and rainy here (which I love personally), but I was thinking about my spring events coming up and thought I would finally sit down and share this wonderful event with you! It was such a joy to work with Heidi of Zenadia Design on the calligraphy for the envelopes, menu, place cards, table numbers, and event signs for this beautiful San Ysidro Ranch Birthday party! Everything was letter pressed and had a pink peony theme. I addressed the invitations on an angle in the Talia script and a darker pink ink. The result was stunning.
photo by Zenadi Design
Kacie Jean Photography provided the rest of the images from the event. I could not be more thankful for receiving them!
This is the gorgeous centerpieces (and table numbers) as well as a shot of the room during dinner. Love it!
Here you can see the menu and wine menu sign – lovely in pink!
My favorite part of the whole evening was the cupcake and candy table. All pink themed with a ton of different cupcake flavors (I think there were 7!). I Also loved the peony candy tags for a pop of white in all that pink. And isn’t the hearth gorgeous? I’m thinking someone can come and do mine like that all year round 🙂
You may have also seen this on Oh So Beautiful Paper back in July (yes, I am that far behind on sharing) – Thanks Nole for sharing our work!