Monday, January 30, 2012

Wicked Good Wedding

Some of you probably already saw our feature on The Knotty Bride today. I was stoked to see our wedding on her site, she's my favorite wedding blogger ever. She tells it how it is and cracks my ass up while doing so. If you have not read her recaps of The Bachelor, please go do so! But, before you go---here are some more photos from our "Wicked Good Wedding." Enjoy!

Friday, January 27, 2012

Having a Winery Wedding?

Getting married at a vineyard? Or maybe you and your fiancé share a love for wine? Either way I think you are going to love this invitation set I created with one thing in mind: wine!

An elegant pattern covers this invitation set. Look closer, and you'll see that it's actually wine bottles!

Love the design, but find that it's not the right color palette? Or maybe you'd like to see some different fonts. No problem! I can customize the design just for you.

You can order a sample here.


Sunday, January 22, 2012


I've been MIA on my blog. With Facebook and Twitter being so easily accessible and so followed, it's easy to get behind here. Sorry about that! I have lots of stuff I want to share with you: new designs, DIY and advice to name a few. Stay tuned for that!

In the meantime, I am so excited to announce that I have joined WeddingLovely as Creative Director! If you aren't familiar with it---get yourself familiar! If you are a bride, WeddingLovely is a GREAT source to find some amazing vendors. Sign up for the email newsletters and get some amazing tips, advice and vendor suggestions for your wedding.

I'll likely report to you what I am writing for WeddingLovely and link you over (because there's so much good stuff to share!)! I am so excited to be fully emerged in the wedding industry and want to thank all of my amazing friends, family and supportive husband for cheering me along the way. Pete is pretty excited too, this means that I'll be home a lot more – which means more walks and yard time.

You guys rock my socks off.

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