I was lucky enough to have Brittian and Tyler as my very first invitation clients, and I am so happy I got the chance to work with them! Brittian and I were in the same sorority at UF, though our paths never crossed much since we were a few years apart in age. When she reached out for invitation help, I was so excited to take on her warm, romantic, and vineyard-inspired Jacksonville wedding. She was looking for invites that would showcase her’s and Tyler’s low key style and love for wine. I am so excited for Brittian and Tyler and wish them the best as they start their married life together this month!
Excited to still be doing some work for an Annual November event that my former employer conducts each year! This is an HTML email to let attendees know to save the date. This design will likely be featured throughout all meeting materials, including a mobile app that I will work on, as well as signage around the venue.
One of the design options for a recent client, who ended up choosing a different direction. I love the look and feel of this vineyard themed invitation, but can’t wait to share the final look she chose!
A rehearsal dinner with a fly fishing theme and family style dining? Yes, please. We went casual, yet classic for the original artwork behind the menus, invites, and table cards for this special evening.
When my friend, Lauren, contacted me looking for baby shower invites for a bee themed party, I was pretty excited. Honeybees, honeycombs, and honey jars flew through my mind as I spoke with Lauren about what she was looking for.
We settled on a simple design that emphasized heart shaped bee-lines and some sweet honey to help welcome Danielle’s new little one with love.