Nicole and her husband Jerome designed these invitation booklets last year for their wedding…very cool right? She tells me the printing was relatively cheap from Dazzle Printing, so if anyone else has worked with them, lemme know how they were!
[images from Jerome Daksiewicz]
Whoa! These invites contain all the major food groups of invitations…wood (check), sewing (check), gocco (check), paper (check). Amy of Design Jo did these for her own wedding and they came out supercool!
[images from Design Jo]
As promised, here are some great little detail shots from Josie + Adam’s wedding…all the info can be found in this mornings post. Cotton ball boutonnières? Love it!
I love this wedding for 2 big reasons. 1) Its friggin adorable! How can you not love this quirky circus theme with all the personal touches? 2) Chad’s office, Deborah Berke & Partners Architects LLP, designed this hotel! I wish we had one of these in NYC, it would be a big hit. Keep reading below for the bride’s writeup of the day! Lots more pics coming up at 1pm, you don’t want to miss them…
This is our Save the Date, designed by the one and only Anna Bond of Rifle Design. I know many of the invites you have featured are DIY, but I had such a great time working with Anna that I had to send this along to you.
My fiance Chris had three cats when I met him. I initially thought a guy with three cats was kind of weird, but I quickly grew to love both Chris and his cats and now they are like family to me. Because the cats are a big part of our lives we asked Anna to incorporate them into our Save the Date. Our eldest cat Marge, the little black one
behind Chris, passed away the week the postcard was completed. To us it’s a Save the Date, but it’s also a nice little memorial to Marge.
[image by Rifle Design]