So my cute friends David and Ali are getting married, and it's been an absolute blast working with them on the details! They're getting married in California in a private ceremony, then they are hosting an east coast reception upon their return. This invitation is both an announcement of their upcoming marriage, and an invitation to their bash. Congratulations Ali and David!



I think in August there is going to be an out of control number of posts. There is a backlog of pictures and projects to be posted that I have not been able to sit down and get online yet this summer. The wedding season just keeps getting longer, and we're not complaining. But I don't want to bore you or have you thinking we've been up to nothing over here, so I thought I would post a recent favorite - woodgrain details. These are reception items printed on fantastic woodgrain paper. They are for an upcoming shoot in a local publication. Sorry for the terrible pictures - I'll be excited to share the details when the magazine goes to print!



I've been making these fabric flowers for about 2 years now (ever since my own wedding) but I could not quite find the right home for them between my two businesses, Chelle Paperie, right here, and Churchtown Chapeau Co, right here. I decided it was time for them to have a home of their own. So without further ado, I introduce Petal and Print. It's not quite complete yet, but I'm hoping the site and shop will be done by the end of July. It will eventually include both fabric flowers and ready to order paper goods. In the meantime, if you are interested in fabric flowers for your wedding or any event, please let me know! All the flowers are totally custom made by hand, out of whatever materials you like (my prefered materials are linen and silk). They can be custom dyed, and will last a lifetime! The images shown here are of a beautiful Baton Rouge bride and her girls. The images here are courtesy of Emily Fuselier.