This was a beyond ingenius idea for wedding invitations for artist Youngna Park and her fiance Jacob.
A collaboration in the truest sense, the handkerchiefs were designed by Kelli Anderson, then Youngna had the handkerchiefs printed from Spoonflower and then cut and packaged each for guests. Such a sweet and thoughtful keepsake! I would DIE to get one of these jewels in the mail!
If you’re interested in learning more about the behind the scenes process, check out Kelli’s post about it here. Thanks for sharing Youngna!
[images from Kelli Anderson]
Jennifer Hill and I met a few years ago at NSS where I fell in love with her travel inspired prints. She’s finally started applying her beautiful designs to wedding stationery, and they’re all I could have dreamed of! She even did a Brooklyn themed one just for Brooklyn Bride! Check out all the wonderful selections, from invitations to Save the Dates to menus, on her website!
[images from JHill]
These adorable bachelorette party postcard invites from Benign Objects were just too cute to pass up! And customizable too!
[images from Benign Objects]
Such adorable hand drawn wedding invitations by Australian illustrator Letitia Buchan.
[images from Letitia Buchan]
Hi there everyone at Brooklyn Bride, it’s good to be back. My inspiration this week is a Forest Fairytale kind of wedding. One of our Urbanic brides recently shared some photos with me of her wedding day and I was charmed by her use of woodland silhouettes for the table numbers and escort cards. Since I’ve been craving being outdoors in the woods lately, this was a good post to put together and vicariously live it out through!
carved wood reception pieces by Bragging Bags • tree invitations by Wiley Valentine and Pear & Marmalade • deer invitation set by Paper + Cup • swallow invitation by I do it Yourself, • boutonniere found here, • squirrel table card from Sabena’s wedding • lollypops by Merci New York • forest invitation by April Ink