Big news! I am changing my business name and have been working hard on a new logo & identity. I still have some tweaks to make to my site before I reveal the new look but wanted to share a sneak peek at my gorgeous letterpress business cards that I picked up today, printed at Studio Olivine:
I'm really excited about this next step for my business and can't wait to share this with you! Stay tuned...
Last year I showed photos of Molly & Greg's Save the Dates that were complete with Molly's gorgeous drawings. Their wedding invitations are finally done and the entire set is beautiful! Here's just the invitation, front and back. Once again Molly did all the drawings and they look so amazing.
Printed offset on Classic Crest Linen with a navy blue spot color & gray ink. The envelope is "night" from Paper Source, complete with wrap-around label.
In March I posted photos of Save the Dates for Brianne & Steve. Their invitations just went out to family and friends so I can finally post a picture! I'll eventually take photos of the whole set but for now here's their invite that just so happened to match the envelope and liner from Paper Source perfectly.
This set was printed offset on Cranes Lettra cotton paper with a teal spot color & gray ink– beautiful!
A few months ago, I started designing wedding invitations for a website called WeddingDNA.com. They recently renamed and redesigned the website and it is LIVE! Visit www.oneheartweddings.com for beautiful personalized designs for the DIY bride. Everything on this site can be downloaded and printed on your home computer. How cool is that?!
For work designed specifically by me, see below and click here.
A few weeks ago I was hired to design a logo for an independent contractor. He wanted his identity to look nice & professional, so people would take him seriously and see how dedicated he is to his work. I came up with several concepts and he chose one that I am refining and will post when it's complete. But for now, here's an idea I had that wasn't quite what he was looking for, but it was my absolute favorite of the bunch!
I have to give my husband credit– it was his idea to add the hammer! I used that on a different concept but John suggested I toss it in here as well. I love it.
I'm back! I'm officially working on designs for 2010 weddings and can't wait to show you what I've been up to. Back in October (has it been that long?!) I showed a sneak peek of a design for Kim & Marc. Kim wanted to use a dark purple ink, and somehow incorporate her love of whimsical harlequin designs with orchids. Here's what we came up with!
I'll be back with more photos as my 2010 weddings come back from the printer!