I recently had the honor of being part of a styled shoot with the talented Michaela Noelle. Even though I didn’t get to be on site during the shoot since it took place in California, it was still fun to be a part of something like this. With lots of bright florals as the theme, I created stationery to showcase that. Printed with fuchsia, green, and gray inks, the stationery was given a floral + stripe design with the big blooms actually popping up as they were made up of separate tiny pieces of paper. The photos don’t show that bit of detail, but they were there! Coordinated with brown kraft envelopes, shimmery gold liners, and gold glitter string, this set of stationery was one of my faves.
Also, this styled shoot was featured on Wedding Chicks last week! Head on over there to see more of the detail that I didn’t share here on my blog.
Photography: Nicole Diane | Styling: Michaela Noelle Designs | Stationery: Anastasia Marie | Flowers: Thistle and Honey | Prop + Furniture Rental: Dogwood Party Rentals | Venue: Inn at Park Winters | Dress: Enchanted Bridal Shoppe | Groom’s Attire: Men’s Warehouse | Bow Tie: The Belle & The Beau | Cake Table Backdrop: One Stylish Party | Hair: Jordan Moreland | Makeup: Cameron Alexis Artistry
This set of baby shower invitations featured an array of hot air balloons with peach, yellow, blue, and touches of pink as the color theme. Printed on smooth white paper, they were then coordinated with kraft envelopes and gold heart stickers.
These custom baby shower invitations were all about class. A black bow tie was the focus in the design, with playful type accompanying it. Printed on smooth white paper — and then coordinated with brown kraft envelopes and sunshine yellow twine, these invitations were simply adorable.
These baby shower invitations featured an adorable little owl perched on a branch. The illustrations and parents’ names were printed with a wood grain texture in brown tones and then then coordinated with “woodsy” recycled kraft envelopes.
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