y’all, i LOVE what i do. i mean, really love it. so often, i get to reconnect with old friends who are getting married, having a baby, throwing a party…and we just have a ball working together. actually, i wish there was another word for it besides “work” because it doesn’t feel like it at all. that’s how it was working recently with a friend from college and sorority sister, ginny. she got engaged and rang me up to see about doing her save the dates and wedding invitations, and of course i was thrilled to help! she was creating an amazing winter wedding with themes of green boxwoods and topiaries amongst all white flowers, coupled with touches of elegant black and white patterns. swoon. being a winter bride myself, i have a soft spot for cold month weddings. mainly because they call for fur wearing, which makes everything fabulous.
we set the tone with the save the date – black whimsical text with a topiary featured at the top, a sweet border, and sealed it all up with a green envelope.
for the wedding invitation, we chose a super thick 140 lb. light cream cardstock on which to print black thermography ink…and lined the envelopes in a custom pattern exactly matching the table runners! there is such love in those small wedding details, no?
i loved the language on the reply card: guests could check either “wouldn’t miss it for the world” or “will celebrate from afar.”
and now for the amazingly gorgeous affair, photographed by the talented heidi of our labor of love. OMG. get ready for some jaw-dropping beauty.
i just love it all, top to bottom, a to z. congrats ginny and daniel!!!