I was so happy to finally meet Kimberly of Blue Ribbon Design! Her work is even more beautiful in person and she’s such a sweetheart! Unfortunately the lighting was pretty dim at the St. Regis so only one photo came out decent, but I had to post a picture of my new favorite invite of hers called Wallpaper. The purples are just stunning! And that Merci card completely satisfied my utter label obsession….
[images from Brooklyn Bride and Blue Ribbon]
Sabrina + Eunice of hello!lucky invitations:
There were a lot to choose from but attached are two favorites of late. The first shows a couple of variations for our Classic Cowboy design, inspired by spurs, boot stitching, old posters, and of course cowboys. We love the old-world feel of it, and feel like it captures the romance of the old west while still being elegant enough for a wedding invitation. The second is our L’Oiseau design, inspired by wild flora and faunal we love the color combination of chocolate and lilac, and the lilac envelope lining. The photographs were taken by Sara Remington, a wonderful photographer who also shoots weddings.
[image by Sara Remington]
Be still my crafty heart….did anyone else get this postcard in the mail? They literally stitched a beautiful flower into the cardstock! I love it! Invitation ideas anyone?
Anyone, this new collection from Anthropologie is pretty darn special….it even warmed my oh so modern heart for a bit of vintage…lovely for the upcoming cooler days….
[images from Anthropologie]
Sarah mentioned having a game night themed wedding in the comments section and at Toast and Tables….it reminded me of a birthday party David Stark designed….hope this helps Sarah. He also did a game night article in an old issue of the now defunct Budget Living, I’ll try to dig it up next week after getting back from Rhode Island.
Have a great weekend everyone!
[images from David Stark Design]
Wouldn’t it be kind of fun to use a rolodex for your seating cards instead of the traditional tented ones? These beautiful cards from Lovely Design would be perfect! Just type or handwrite the names and tables directly onto the cards, and let people search away!
[images from Lovely Design]