Wedding Stationery: Spring Bouquet

July 12, 2012

Filed Under : Invitations - Paper Projects - Wedding

This past spring, one of my brides finally got to marry her dream man — and only now am I finally getting around to sharing the stationery suite with you that I got to make for this happy couple. My good friend Daniel Usenko captured their wedding day, and below are some of my favorite shots that I pulled from his blog. Simply beautiful. (You should go check out the rest here.)

The couple’s wedding style was very sweet and organic. We drew up a tousled bouquet of pinks, purples, peach, and yellow-ivory; then printed the whole suite on creme linen paper:

The save the dates were postcard style. The invitation was tied up in a bow of blush satin ribbon and plum bakers twine, then paired up with a brown kraft envelope. The pieces for the reception included escort and place cards, a mad libs card for every guest, as well as what we soon started calling “quote cards.” The bride and her sister spent years collecting love quotes that they adored, and decided to personalize the wedding by including them. I chose only two of the quotes to showcase here, but the bride chose more than twenty to print. Of course, my two chosen quotes were by Shakespeare and Mark Twain, two literary geniuses. Loved those!

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