I forgot to post these! And I promise it's the last installment of Andie's wedding paper. The day before she got married her mother's best friend threw a fantastic bridal luncheon for Andie & her ladies. Andie was sweet enough to recommend me to make the invitations. We went with girly & light to reflect the relaxed luncheon.. and of course, had to add some metallics. I stashed some gold sequins in each envelope for a little sparkly surprise.
It feels good to get this project posted. I think i started working on these in March, so I'm very excited to finally get it out the door. This 12-page printed calendar features original illustrations and a little french & spanish vocab (months & numbers) to brush-up on throughout the year.... exelente! My favorite is june's diving girl. I might turn her into a screen print some day. geomeetric snowflakes, India-inspired love nest, camping & rainy mountains... ocean scenes, diving girl, patriotic crest & desert camel (where I'm from, it's hot as hell in August). nautical anchor, Dia de...
I love me some baby girls, baby girl. We pretty much got free reign on the project, with guidelines to use turquoise, poppy & pink (a fab color combo, if you ask me) and to make it kinda funky and girly. It has been extra special to design this baby shower invitation because we've gotten to know the mom-to-be a lot better throughout her pregnancy and are anxiously awaiting the baby's arrival! Sydney already has some pretty awesome parents.
I had the awesome task of coming up with some fun engagement party invitations for my very good friend, Andie. For this invite, she was inspired by lena wolff's radiance flag (second image from the top) -- the colors, geometric shapes, the feathers and the hippie hippie shake of it all.You can see their sweet engagement shoot here, which was another inspiration for these party invites. Summer love that lasts forever, awww. xo.