Stationery from Start to Finish
Your wedding is one of the most memorable days in your life — your wedding invitations should be just as memorable. Together, we will create a suite that is a reflection of you as a couple and the event you're planning. We love starting with a save the date and continuing the design all the way through event day. Below, you'll find a few examples of what we can do, from what your guests will receive in the months leading up to your big day, to the day-of pieces at the — like programs and menus to fun items like custom cocktail napkins, interactive escort displays, welcome box branding, signage and decals on the dance floor.
Carly & Jake
Carly and Jake determined to wed at the iconic Dallas Hotel Crescent Court. Their invitation suite featured romantic deckled edges, a simple interlocking monogram, and a custom sketch of the Hotel Crescent Court in a soft lavender, with gold envelopes. The guests found their seats via a mirrored white ink escort display and their favors were personalized koozies with water color illustrations of their pups. The couples' monogram appeared on the dance floor and DJ booth. The couple also had coordinating cocktail napkins with sketch style illustrations of their dogs and a signature cocktail signage.
Jennefer Wilson Photography
Andrea & Ben
Andrea and Ben wanted a classically formal affair — with nods to the traditional, but with a modern twist. The invitation suite is lead with the couple's monogram, featuring delicate greenery and swirly calligraphy. The suite was wrapped in vellum and bound with a navy band and gold wax seal. The envelope liner featured a hand-drawn sketch of their venue. Guests found their seats by finding their name on a deckled escort card decorated with a wax seal and hung with linen ribbon on a trellis. At the table, a clean menu accented the patterned plates and linens.
Beat Box Portraits
Caitlin + Grant
Cailtin & Grant
Caitlin and Grant dreamed of a romantic affair. We started with their save the date, which hinted at the couple's color scheme — blush, peachy pink, dusty rose and white, and paired with delicate, line drawn floral. For their invitation suite, we crafted a dual layer effect. Soft florals graced the corners of the backing piece, the invitation itself was printed on translucent vellum. Their guests found their seats via vellum place cards adhered with wax seals on a blush escort display. A splash of florals graced the top of the menu, and vellum place cards with white ink marked guest's seats at the table.
Sarah Lanette Photography
Guia & Ben
Guia and Ben envisioned a rich, elegant affair. The couple's invitation suite included organic florals illustrated in water color style with hues of blush, complete with burgundy and peachy pink envelopes, and sealed with white wax seal. Their guests found their seats with deckled place cards under a French-inspired escort display adorned with florals. Their place cards were delicate deckled edge scrolls placed upon glasses. The couple's menus featured a deckled edge as well, and hints of the florals that were present in the invitation suite. Each table featured a deckled edge table number to carry the design throughout the event.
Colleen & Patrick
Colleen and Patrick were married in Christ the King Catholic Church with reception to follow at The Mason in Dallas, Texas. The couple's invitation suite included a simple laurel wreath monogram and mauve envelopes paired with vintage postage. Their place cards were delicate deckled edge scrolls placed upon glasses. Their escort cards doubled as favors — miniature olive oil bottles with their wedding monogram and each guest's seat and table assignment. Their classic, yet modern style was carried throughout the wedding day on menus, bar signage and cocktail napkins. The table setting was complete with a classic black and white menu paired with black satin ribbon weaved through it.
Sarah Lanette Photography
Lauren & Garrett
Lauren and Garrett envisioned a garden affair with lush florals in blush and burgundy. To tie in that vision, we created a monogram wreath featuring those florals and gold foil for the couples' names. Instead of a traditional escort card, guests grabbed flutes of Champagne with acrylic stir sticks sporting their seat assignment. At the table, guests found favors boxed with with blush ribbon and gold wax seal atop the menu which mimicked the invitation suite. Signage featured the same burgundy and blush florals to complete the look.
Stephanie Brazzle Photography
Maddy & Jared
Maddy and Jared's style leaned minimal modern. We began their stationery design with a casual, photo save the date, and carried the tone with the invitation suite. Maddy wanted to give a glimpse of her dress, so we created a custom hand drawn illustration of the lace pattern of her wedding dress, and put it in the envelope liner. The suite was packaged with shades of blue silk ribbon, and paired with a light and dark blue envelope. At the reception, guests were greeted with a coordinating menu, ribbon and place card. The couple also utilized coordinating signage in the same style.
Nate & Grace Photography
Lily & Elijah
Lily and Elijah's wedding was colorful and fun, and those colors we're prominent in their wedding invitation suite with blue envelopes, a blush silk ribbon, and grey type — all with a simple and clean design. The suite featured a floral envelope liner in blush, which was also present on the menus. Guests found their seats via an escort display of Topo-Chico bottles, which served as their favor.
The Baum Creative