Printing Invitations

There are many options when it comes to selecting your wedding papers. One of the least expensive options is called flat printing, and even watercolor can be printed this way. It is smooth to the touch. The one I chose for my wedding invitations is called thermography (aka faux engraving). It’s a raised print, but […] Read More

Photoshoot!

Photographer friend in the DFW area, Jessica Shae, asked me to create several wedding pieces for her English-themed wedding shoot. I used soft white card stock with a custom blue ink to match dusty blue envelopes. The envelopes were written in a creamy white ink. The lettering style I chose was very traditional. This was […] Read More

Wedding Season

  I’ve been working on a few things in my Etsy shop and am excited to share these sweet little card signs. They are 3.5×5 and are perfect for your card table at your wedding! These smaller signs come in silver and gold, and I still have my larger one in black. I hope they […] Read More

Wedding Invitation Wording

When preparing the wording for your wedding invitation, know that “request the pleasure of your company” is used for weddings held in any location other than a house of worship. “request the honour of your presence” is for weddings held in a church, temple, synagogue, etc. Read More

The Response Card

In preparing your wedding invitations, not only do you need to decide on the wording for the invite, but for your response card as well! You can do something elegant and traditional, or, you can think out of the box and do something fun! Enjoy looking at pictures below of several response cards I have provided calligraphy […] Read More