with a country heart! Wynne, Jr. is an executive of a Texas transportation company and Lacey is a corporate attorney in the energy industry. When Lacey first approached me about designing her wedding invitations, she had a very definite vision of vintage roses for their December wedding. As beautiful as the original design was, we worked together to create a more refined design to reflect this more formal, black tie event. Every attention to detail was given to this wedding suite, which included a Save The Date, Invitation, RSVP, Information Card, Rehearsal Dinner Invitations, Wedding Programs, Welcome Bags for all of the out of town guests that included a Welcome Card, Custom Designed Map with local points of interest as well as custom Hanging “Do Not Disturb” Door Tags.
After a lovely wedding ceremony, Wynne, Jr. and Lacey treated their guests to a beautiful reception at the Perot Museum. Many blessing to you both!
and prepare to fly, for you have become a butterfly – I have been fortunate enough to create the Birthday invitations for this special little girl since she was two years old. I have watched her entertain at her Minnie Mouse Clubhouse, explore the wonders of the Perot Museum‘s dinosaur collection in her finest Princess gown, to floating with butterflies at the Texas Discovery Gardens Butterfly House.
It is always a delight and wonder to see the excitement and sense of adventure this little one’s mom creates for her to share with their family and friends.
Invitation Photography: Artistically Yours® Location: White Sparrow Barn Photography: Ochoa Photography
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!
Senior Photography by Ben Helton Photography http://www.benhelton.com
Invitation and photography printed on Neenah Classic Linen Natural White Pearl
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!