here’s a late evening post, my (dee) holiday cards are hot off the presses! pat and i are addressing, stamping and stuffing as we speak. they will be going out in the mail tomorrow…but if you are on my mailing list, here is a sneak peek!
the front of the card has one of our favorite wedding photos by the ever-so-amazing alison conklin. we were blessed with a beautiful snowy day and the photo was taken right before we saw each other for the first time that day.
we chose a super classic black and white palette with a white metallic stock to give it a little festive pop! they will be mailed in midnight black envelopes, hand addressed (by me!) with white ink, and our return address stamp is from one of our favorite sites, paperwink.
merry everything everyone!
this ticket is good for one amazing, unforgettable celebration!! this package was created for rachel’s vintage carnival-themed bat mitzvah held at lu lu shriners in plymouth meeting, pennsylvania. the event was styled by the lovely ladies of styled creative with many handmade details by rachel’s fabulous mom, debbie. she created loads of goodies for rachel’s big day including: the handsewn seersucker pouch which held the invitations, bowtie rings for the guests, old-fashioned caRniville games, and even cloth bows for the coffee stirrers!! each invitation package included a letterpressed caRniville ticket invite, vintage rsvp postcard, brunch invite, mailing labels, custom postage stamps and calligraphy by gracefully addressed. everything was placed into pink pouches which were wrapped with twine and tied with three playful tags. the package arrived to each guest in a clear cellophane envelope.
we carried the theme through to the event signage, t-shirts and backpack favors.
we would like to thank love me do photography for shooting these fabulous images today!
we had the pleasure of spending the afternoon with carina, amanda, and nadine of love me do photography in their new northern liberties studio this afternoon. we shared work and stories over some tea and cookies. their space was decorated with their beautiful wedding photos which sat on ledges in a variety of antique frames among fun vintage treasures. here are a couple snapshots of their fun + inspiring space!
their work is stunning — we would describe their style as dream-like fine art mixed with candid photo journalism.
carina graciously shot one of our latest creations while we were there… featured in the upcoming post…!