It is quite the honor indeed to be featured on Southern Weddings today! The gals behind the inspirational blog and magazine are simply brilliant! Check it out here!
When Daniel Usenko contacted me about this inspirational wedding shoot, I was more than happy to be a part of it! Daniel was my wedding photographer for one good reason: his work beats all! To be part of another wedding with him? Of course! And then there’s the lovely Zherebnenko sisters: Kae and Alesya of Short & Sweet Design. They styled this wonderful shoot. And Anna of Flowerbelle made the most delicious flowers! Check out her blog for more details on those flowers! Below I put up pictures of the stationery I designed specifically for the shoot — but before you keep scrolling down, make sure you don’t miss out on the full shoot beforehand! You don’t want to miss seeing the bride and her bouquet, the cake, the vintage furniture, etc. It’ll make the stationery-viewing a lot more fun! Stop by the Southern Weddings blog post and leave some love!
It’s so exciting to be able to show you the pictures of the stationery now! Printed on creamy linen paper with muted turquoise, buttery yellow, and warm gray inks, the stationery is all about pattern. The stylists wanted something clean and crisp with a clean pattern. There went my idea of crazy embellishments! So I embraced a very simple symbol of sorts: the square bracket. Complimented with brown kraft envelopes and muted turquoise and ivory ruffled ribbons…check out the images on my website as well!
Beautiful work, what can I say? I love how everything fell together :0) and love your magnolia stationery
Scrumptious! I love your magnolia stationery and the envelopes!
I think this is so beautiful from the table to the invitations
Thank you for the lovely comments ladies!
the simple design you chose is so crafty! It looks like a secret message.
The envelopes are cool too, the inner lining :) love it!