Archive for February, 2009
A while back I posted some monograms I designed for my clients. Here is one of the monograms used in the bride and groom’s wedding.
Late last year, I got pretty excited when I read an email letting me know I was Best of Project Wedding 2008. Project wedding is such a great resource for brides to get reviews from other brides and referrals to some of the best people in the wedding industry. I got a long email stating that only 5% were chosen and i was among that 5%!
Why am I posting this now? Well, I came to realize a few weeks ago that I never received my package they stated they were mailing me. I contacted Project Wedding right away and I received my package.
Thank you to all my wonderful clients for choosing Serendipity Design for your stationery needs!
Finally, a girl birth announcement! I have a new line of birth announcement templates (I will be posting soon) and this design is Beloved in the girl version.
A9 size and printed on matte cardstock.
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.
Baby showers are such a joyous occasion. So much to celebrate: a baby born, husband and wife becoming parents, parents becoming grandparents, etc…
Here are a few I designed last year.
It’s a Girl!
The graphic damask pattern used here is actually from the bedding the client chose for her new baby girl’s nursery. I incorporated the pattern on to the back of the invitation as well.
A Star is Born…
This invitation is printed on ivory metallic paper and mounted on gold metallic border. The client hosted a hollywood theme shower for the mother to be. I thought using the metallic paper, would give it more flair!
This invitation is printed on matte cardstock. The client truly wanted a baby carriage with two little baby girl heads popping out – accomplished!
Simple, yet Darling Affair
Simple matte cardstock printed invitation. The client told me she wanted to stay away from baby images and all blue. Using animals can truly pull together an adorable invitation.