What can I say? A beautiful senior made for a beautiful Graduation Party invitation. I am still amazed and excited about designing something creative to match someone’s personality, and boy are my senior’s full of personality!
What’s not to love about this Senior’s Graduation Invitation. White and Ivory? Not a chance! Seniors are now expressing their individual tastes, just like my brides. Instead of a themed or destination wedding suite, these sauve Seniors know just how to express their individual personalities. This is one of the many Graduation Invitations that I designed this season. I can’t wait till next year!
This bride originally wanted to incorporate pears into her invitation suite using colors of espresso and green. However, when the maid of honor and her four year old flower girl tried on this adorable dress in guava, we simply eliminated the pears from the invitation and used a beautiful ribbon that tied all the colors together and kept a touch of green the bride originally wanted. The end result was simply breathtaking. The outdoor wedding will be at an old farm in south Georgia, complete with candlelit mason jars hanging from 100 year oaks and homemade pear preserves that the bride and groom will give as favors to their guest. Oh, the beauty and simplicity in all things Southern!
Oh my! Could it really be? Please indulge this mom’s great sadness/happiness in publishing our Jake’s 18th Birthday morning! The cakes are his favorite books growing up that we read over and over and over.. oh well you get the point. Sheep In A Jeep, The Giving Tree, Green Eggs and Ham and Happy Birthday Moon. Happy Birthday Jake!!!
This grown up Princess Invitation was designed for a group of ladies in Atlanta for the Atlanta Civic Center’s presentation of Diana:A Celebration followed by Afternoon Tea at the Four Seasons Atlanta. The invitation came with its own tiara, pink diamond ring and OPI nail polish…shouldn’t we all be treated so good?
Okay, so I know that this is a few months overdue, but how much fun was Halloween? From the planning, to designing the invitations, to the actual party. Thanks to everyone for making this evening such a great success. Already planning for next year! By the way Happy New Year 2010!!!
Row 1: Invitation by Artistically Yours Row 2: Welcome Hor dourves of Southwest Chicken Pouches and Welcome cocktails of Black Cosmos complete with spiders and Twizler stirrers Row3: Well what can be said about the cast of characters? There was Jack Sparrow and his date, Satan and his Dark Angel, a Bricklayer and his Brick House, The cast from Alice In Wonderland which included the Mad Hatter, Alice, the Queen of Hearts and the Cheshire Cat, Elvis and Marilyn, a Hooters Girl, a Muff Diver, a Jack In The Box, Neo from the Matrix and a Beer Keg and a Magicians “Rabbit In A Hat”
It is always challenging and meaningful when designing invitations and cards for my own family. This year after suffering a great loss, we wanted to convey to all our family and friends to live and love every second that we have been given. This is our “Wish” for you!
Photography credit goes to Cory Cartwright of Atlanta, Georgia. Cory is a young, up and coming Communications Artist. Thank you Cory!