There are a lot of secrets I have to keep from you; I hate doing it. But you all know how the saying goes..."good things come to those who wait" So that's all for now. A little peek at what's to come!
I found this photograph of a beautiful floral sash by Sash & Bustle while reading Ritzy Bee's blog this weekend, and seeing as Mondays on the blog are supposed to be about inspiration, it seemed like just the thing to get me thinking and sketching for a new set to add to our upcoming spring collection! I love the softness of the palette and the delicate petals. If I could get married again, this pretty floral belt would certainly make an appearance! I can't get over it. I'd actually love it with a t-shirt and a pair of jeans too! It's listed as one of a kind, but I am triyng to get you all details on how to get one of your own! Thanks, Maria for the great find!
Here's a little blast from the recent past... some seriously lovely invitations we did for my Little Thanksgiving party back in November. Every project that we do is custom, including the invitations we design for ourselves. These include a stitched linen pocket, double thick chipboard & pearlized cardstock. We love this diecut shape, simple details and the art we created featuring the deer head and wreath. It felt festive, rustic and sophisticated all at the same time. We wanted these invitations to be about the materials, and about the experience of receiving them in the mail, like a special gift, so we kept the design minimal. The front reads love one another, give thanks together, and the love one another part references a sign that hangs in our kitchen. It was in my parents' house growing up, and my grandparents' house before that. When Ben and I got married last year, it was given to us as a gift. I am a person that believes very strongly in showing love to those around you and for giving thanks with and for them. Little Thanksgiving is an opportunity to do that with friends and neighbors each year. We usually host it a week or two before actual Thanksgiving. It helps get everyone in the cooking and holiday spirit!
If you're a recently engaged Baltimore Bride, you're going to want to know about Kate Beck Events. Kate came to us as a client and has quickly become a friend. She shares space with us and The Floral Studio over at Coppermine Terrace, and we love to work with her and her clients every chance we get! The images here show some paper goods we did for her earlier this year.
We've been thinking about having an online shop of some of our standard designs and while we are working on our new collection to be released in the spring time, we've listed a few of the sets we designed exclusively for Garnish. Most of the work we do is custom, but we do want to have options for those of you who don't have the time for something completely from scratch. Take a peek around, and look for the full shop to launch in the spring!
Today marks a very important day in the lives of wedding bloggers, brides, and industry professionals. The launch of the much anticipated Nonpareil Magazine. Maddy from Inspired Bride and Kristen from Paper Crave have been working tirelessly to bring their vision to life. This online magazine is gorgeously styled and full of great content for inspiration or the DIY bride. We're excited to be participating in some future issues and can't wait to share what we've been working on. Thanks girls for a beautiful and much needed publication! Congrats!