Archive for the ‘Baptisms’ Category
Wow, it’s amazing how time flies! And especially since its summer time, all you want to do is enjoy the warm weather (and living in the midwest, you only get a few months of it!).
So I am finally catching up on posting some work that has been done over the past year.
Here is a Halloween inspired Bridal Shower. The host of the party focused on orange, purple and black for her color scheme but enriched the decor with damask and dots. I featured her invite with a belly and enclosure giving the invite some extra detail.
A7 size printed on high quality matte cardstock. Finished off with a black with white dots ribbon and seal.
I just LOVE custom work! A client contacted me and said that her daughter is in love with the hit Broadway play of Mary Poppins and asked if I could do an invitation for her daughter’s birthday – of course! Here is the invite and let’s just say her daughter was speechless 😉
A7 size invite printed on high quality matte white cardstock.
An adorable Baptism Thank You Card printed from a high quality print shop.
A fun, surprise birthday party invitation. The client wanted something more formal than an ordinary flat card style. The pocketfold certainly adds class to the invite.
A7 size pocketfold featuring a pocket for the reply card. Completed with a black satin ribbon band.
Yo Gabba Gabba Thank You Card (matches the invitation we have listed in our etsy shop)
A4 flat card printed on white matte cardstock. These will soon be up in our shop to purchase.
Stacey and John’s Fan Program
It was such a joy to work with Stacey. I have some pictures of the fan programs I did for her. I can’t wait to see real pictures from her wedding. You can view their invitations I designed here.
Ling Ling and Andrew’s Program/Menu
A9 flat card printed on white matte cardstock. You can view their invitations I designed here.
Here are some stationery items I have worked on within the past few months for you to view:
This was a fun invitation to do. My client requested the colors pink and green (which are always fun to design with) for her daughter’s baptism invitation. So I choose stripes and paisleys to help bring the fun into the event, but I than choose more a simple, yet elegant cross to represent the importance of the event.
I had the joy of designing a custom made baptism invitation for a young girl. It’s such a joy to be part of someone’s life when they have found Jesus Christ and they share their story publicly.
I didn’t want the invitation to overshadow the youth and feeling of a young girl’s childhood. So I decided to focus on on her youth with spring colors and flowers.
The invitation is an A9 size printed on both sizes with a glossy finish on the front.