I was asked to do what my idea of the perfect giftbag for a Brooklyn wedding would be by Nicole of Kirei’s Nest, and it went up yesterday! Check out my picks as well as other ideas for some fun cities in her Locale Lovelies series. Thanks Nicole!
Blowout Fall Couture Bridal Gown Sample Sale
BY Appointment Only, 212-206-9302
Junko Yoshioka Bridal Salon
70% Off: original prices were $3000-10,000
All Styles and Silhouettes, Sizes
Laces, Silks, Georgettes, Taffeta, Mikado, Satins, Charmeuse
Thanks to Elegant Bride magazine for the Brides Behind the Blogs interview…I almost forgot about it until I saw Chad’s name while flipping through the magazine! Its on newstands now. Thanks Candace!
Submit your entry at Cheer Up Cherup’s blog for a chance to win! You have until October 3
Rachel from Bright Fizz Photo sent me the save the date she and her fiance made as their save the date…pretty easy and cute to boot!
Sooo, if anyone’s got some cool DIY save the dates, send them over…maybe we’ll have enough for another save the date week? And this time, when sending the photos, if you could include HOW you made it, that would be a help for everyone! Looking forward to seeing what you guys have got!
[images from Bright Fizz Photo]
Such fun photos from Katie Stoop! She’s got such a great eye for color!
[images from Open Air Photography by Katie Stoops]
Name: Rebecca Kutys
Location: Brooklyn, NY
Company: Moontree Letterpress
What is your aesthetic? Simple graphics, muted colors, lots of white space.
How does your studio style convey your professional aesthetic? I believe that keeping the studio clean and organized makes me much more productive. As soon as I get messy or cluttered I slow down. I think my design reflects this too, less is more.
Favorite part of your studio? My favorite thing about the studio are my studiomates: Breck (of Sesame Letterpress) and her full-time employee Amanda. We get along so well, with the perfect mix of hard work, NPR and laughter. I’d go crazy if I had to work alone…
Where do you go for inspiration? I go outside.
What tool do you use in your business that you can’t live without? My ruler, guillotine cutter, my press (of course), Quickbooks, iphone, Pandora, Adobe Illustrator, UPS, Pantone Book of Colors
Is there anything you’d upgrade to? Anything computer-related, probably nothing press-related.
Anything else we should know? I can’t believe how lucky I am to be doing what I’m doing. Owning a business is so challenging, but it’s also the adventure of a lifetime. Thanks for checking out my studio!