It’s finally here—-new paper goodies in the store! I’m so so very excited to have these out and I really have no words except, whew, and yay! We’ve also (soft) launched our revamped site. If there are dead links, (I hope there aren’t any), do let us know.
Our logo got a little bit of design love as well.The new typeface is pretty much the love child of two different fonts I was trying to mesh together. Little details, really. But I’m quite happy with how the typeface and the new image turned out. I suppose this means I should get new business cards?? :) Love any excuse to buy new ones.
Urban Legend Monsters are actually misunderstood cute lil creatures.
This set of 4 postcards are coming very very soon! I seriously can’t wait :)
PS. I realize I left out “monster” on the loch-ness. Image is updated.
Seriously one of my most interesting projects! Julia is from Chicago, David is from Sydney, and the couple both now live in London. They came up with an idea to string these 3 locations together in one seamless skyline. Never thought I’d have so much fun illustrating these iconic locations in one setting. Talk about making your invitations truly your own! :)
Faux Shelf Treatment
I’ve been catching up with taking photos of some of the projects I’ve done early this year, like this lovely save the date for Sarah and Cody. I’m also slightly (actually very) obsessed with this faux shelf styling idea I’ve set up right on my table. So quirky!
Some lovely calligraphy by Mary Snow of Palomino for one of our brides. Love teaming up with this gal!
Photo courtesy of Mary Snow
These are the lovely set of the gold brass like hands I used to style the Odd Fellows Wedding Set with. It unfortunately doesn’t come with the suite itself. I found them while shopping the other day and immediately thought they would be perfect for the shoot. I seriously wanted to use all of the hand symbols in it!
Alison and Jeff share this unique vision of a Secret Society, Odd Fellows inspired wedding concept that I’m very happy to have helped bring to life. The main wedding invitation is a folding card adorned with Masonic imagery and a variety of vintage typefaces. The whole idea really appealed to my inner nature of illustrating more than the usual delicate frilly things and tapping into something more offbeat. I can only imagine how much fun planning out the rest of the wedding would be. I’m seeing old candles, vintage jewelry and lots of curious symbols. I’m absolutely excited for them!
*Some of the wedding details were changed for privacy purposes
Father’s day cards are here! Heavily inspired by colors I’m totally crushing on these days, and are starting to populate my closet. I’ve put together a style board actually, which I unfortunately did not save before my photoshop crashed on me. Boo. :(
Hope everyone is having a great Mother’s day weekend!