Anyway, Youmee & Scott...here's your teaser! Can't wait for your wedding!
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I haven't posted anything about invites lately...that's cuz they've been in the works. But here's one that I'm currently working on and almost finished. I can't show the entire thing until my client has them and because she is a childhood friend, so we have mutual friends that might see! I'm MOST excited about my table number & escort card idea!!! update with that later!
Posted by Type & Swash at 12:51 PM
A few weeks ago, we attended a wedding of my high school friends. We all had so many fond memories sitting on stoops talking about Simpson's episodes, walking to each others houses before parents got home, staying out as long as we could before getting in trouble, and pretty much playing our junior and senior year. Two of those friends got married to each other and it was a beautiful wedding!
Bel Air Presbyterian is a gorgeous church...Here are the two announced as husband and wife!
This is pre-dip...look at that dress! It was gorgeous!
Our little trio...we didn't have sadie hawkins dates one year so we just wore matching outfits and took pics together...this reminded me of that photo.
Below is the calli/illustration that I personalized on their envelope for them:
Posted by Type & Swash at 9:30 PM
paper being used in all sorts of creative ways....absolutely loved waking up to this!
arjowiggins is an international paper company that decided to celebrate the launch of it's new paper range, "curious collection", with the help of trend forecaster li edelkoort and photographer gregoire alexandre. gregoire created a seriously fantastic photoshoot that was designed to portray the creativity behind the papers.
(text and photos: via design*sponge)
Posted by Type & Swash at 10:40 AM