For the big-ticket items, I will always (always) advocate working with a vendor one-on-one for your wedding. However, there are lots of small “odds and ends” that you as a couple will need for your big day. This blog rounds up some of my favorite Amazon wedding finds for you.
When I first connected with Lizzie, she told me about the shades of blue wedding theme she had in mind. She and Sean would be having a traditional Catholic mass for their ceremony, with a reception to follow later that evening at Lyon Oaks Banquet Center. I was confident I could help bring that vision to life through her invitations and we chatted about her options in terms of print method and embellishments to add to the overall vibe.
Looking at what she selected for her invitations and what panned out on the big day, it’s always a treat to see the alignment. Her invitations truly created a preview of the shades of blue wedding theme she’d orchestrated. Thanks to beautiful imagery from Taylor Ingles Photography, let’s relive their day!
I was recently on a consultation call with a potential client — let’s call her Jane. Midway through my spiel, Jane asked how much do wedding invitations cost. I explained that invitation pricing varies a lot, and that there are many elements people forget about when budgeting for their wedding stationery.
Katie and Atticus met as undergrads at Notre Dame. So, fast forward past graduation and these two decided to “come home” to campus to get married. Their Notre Dame Basilica wedding was the perfect next chapter in their love story. Let’s relive their special day.
As the midterm elections approach, we’re surrounded by challenges of how to deal with difficult people. So many folks have entrenched themselves on one side of the aisle or the other, and political discussions turn ugly all too frequently. We’re familiar with interpersonal problems when it comes to governmental policies, but your wedding is supposed to be fun! What do you do when someone is hard to deal with during the wedding planning process? Here are my tips on how to deal with difficult people during your engagement.
Annie and John’s Telluride wedding was a complete stunner. They had the most picturesque backdrop for their special day, thanks to the grandeur of the Rocky Mountains. Every detail lived up to the landscapes, making for an incredible day. I was honored to design their wedding invitations and day-of-wedding stationery, as one small part of this celebration. Thanks to these beautiful images from Laura Murray, let’s relive their day.
Before I even met Hannah, I had the pleasure of connecting with her mom, Nancy. They both are such lovely women with fun senses of humor, tremendous kindness and impeccable style. Hannah wanted her and Bob’s Mackinac Island wedding to be colorful and elegant, in an homage to the island itself. Thanks to planning and coordination from Conradie Event Design, their day at the Grand Hotel was just that. Let’s relive this quintessentially Mackinac Island day, courtesy of Stephanie Baker‘s beautiful photos.
When Bess and I first chatted about the barn wedding she and Alex would be having, I was struck by her contagious joy. Aside from being a genuinely happy and excited bride, she was also an incredibly trusting one! She told me that their day would reflect them as a couple. In her words, “a little bit redneck, but still classy and elevated — and of course, full of love.” Thanks to their beautiful photos from Inly, let’s relive their barn wedding day!
From the first time I chatted with Annie Kate, I could tell how excited she was to marry Troy. I knew their Battello wedding in Jersey City, New Jersey was going to be meaningful, with lots of personal touches. Their day was beautiful — neutral and sophisticated, with plenty of food and appearances from their pups! Thanks to gorgeous photography from Nicole Wagner, let’s relive their day.