Wednesday, September 21, 2011

On Oh So Beautiful Paper

Oh So Beautiful Paper, my favorite paper design blog!!!


What joy I felt while scrolling through a beautiful invitation by Rifle Paper Co. on the Oh So Beautiful Paper blog and suddenly seeing a very recognizable yellow and charcoal logo...the one found on my in-law's Mexican tile-inspired 50th Anniversary Invitations. Just want to take the time to thank Nole for featuring my in-law's 50th Anniversary Invitations on her fabulous blog. They look beautiful...check them out!

{ Image Via :: LizzyB Loves }

Friday, September 2, 2011

an arts & crafts wedding :: the extras


As promised, the freshly shipped Arts & Crafts Extras comprising of thank you cards, place cards and table numbers, which finalize the Wedding Invitations I shared with you on Monday.


Taking inspiration again from the Gamble House architecture, I designed a structural placard which you might find at the house in the Arts & Crafts style.
 

The table numbers were placed inside frames so they were single-sided, and the place cards were a folded tent with the table number on the back side (you can see in the left-top corner of the second image above).


The back side of the thank you cards had the same logo as found on the Wedding Invitation. A metallic charcoal envelope with its accompanying address label finishes this Arts & Crafts Wedding Invitation Suite nicely.

{ Images Via :: LizzyB Loves }
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