So you guys remember Alex and Alexis’s engagement shoot? Well here they are all grownup and married, and I’m loving it! They’re on their honeymoon as we speak so, we’re going to have to go on without them, but I think the pics speak volumes as to how cool this event was. Congrats you two!
Alexis’s sister Megan of Brown Parcel Press did these awesome 3D save the dates and also designed the invites, which I’ll post at 1pm.
I love me some Jen Huang, Meatpacking District and these engagement photos!
[in case you haven’t noticed, I’m saving Wednesdays for fab engagement shoots, so if you’ve got one, send it over!]
[images by Jen Huang Photography]
Name: Eunice & Sabrina Moyle
Location: San Francisco
What is your aesthetic? Vintage-inspired and whimsical, with a modern twist.
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? It’s cozy, colorful, quirky, and upbeat. It’s full of vintage ephemera, colorful Mexican banners and pom poms, and hand-made craft projects.
Favorite part of your studio? Our client meeting area/crafting area (upstairs). It feels like a club house and is where we brainstorm, make stuff, and play!
Where do you go for inspiration? All over: the flea market, blogs, vintage designers and illustrators, films, Mad Men (!)
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? Heidelberg Windmill Presses, HP Indigo Presses, 20-inch iMac, Adobe Illustrator, bone folder, tape gun, pretty ribbon and vintage ephemera
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? Having a full-time COO, so we can concentrate on creative stuff!
Anything else we should know? We welcome visitors anytime to drop in, check out our cards and invitations, and see the presses in action.
Are you in the wedding industry and have a fab office space? Send it over for a studio tour feature!
[images from Hello!Lucky]
When Joanne and Jonathan sent over this post-nup shoot, I gasped a little…such a cute couple, and OMG, the locations where they were shooting! Every shot is a little piece of genius. Joanne shares a little about the day…
The bride and groom got married in Hawaii, but reside in SF and wanted to do a fun post-nup session with their wedding attire in muir woods, and still incorporate some of their own favorite locations in SF as well as their beloved bikes. What I loved about this was all the custom details that went into not only planning their wedding, but also the custom outfits as well as the grooms hot suit. Locations of the shoot were Muir Woods, Treasure Island, 2nd Avenue, and Carriage Inn Hotel, all in SF.
[images from Encarnacion Photography]