She had me at velvet pumpkins. When a bride comes to me with details of her wedding keyed in like velvet pumpkins at each place setting for a place card, I know I’m dealing with the right bride. Claire & Kevin’s wedding was something I feel I worked on last year, little by little, as […]
After a wedding is done, I sometimes get lonely. I mean, don’t get me wrong…I love working solo, I love working at home and I love working with ALL my couples. But sometimes, you have a bride who you chat with. A lot. Maybe an email a day. Or more. Or maybe a lot more.
Just Gorgeous. No other words can describe the wedding of Jess & Phil last July in downtown Omaha, Nebraska. You know the Omaha Design Center will always impress and the beautiful St. Vincent de Paul Catholic Church is one of my favorite in the city. What I loved about this couple more than anything is
I rarely sit down and chat with one of my couples after their wedding day. Life happens and if I stay in touch over social media, I figure I’m doing good. But I had a chance to catch up with Amie & Eric when they volunteered to help me with one of my own projects.
Utilizing greenery into your floral is a wedding trend I’m loving right now. I think it’s because I don’t know the name of many flowers. I know I like flowers at weddings, but when I ask a bride what type of florals she’s having, I am really asking what COLOR of flowers she’s having. Dropping
When I rebranded last year, I wanted to do something big to celebrate. I threw around a few ideas but I couldn’t pass one that kept jumping out at me. I’ve never done it before, but if I were going to, this was the time. Enter in my Biggest Giveaway Ever where I gave away
I honestly can’t believe it’s taken me this long to put together a blog on this fabulous couple. Not only because I feel their wedding was so long ago (yes, like 10 months ago), but more because Jocie and I have talked, emailed and texted so many times since their wedding day that it’s unlike
Pocket Wedding Invitations were a perfect match for this spring wedding. We’re in a neutral world. The color tones I often see for weddings in the past two years have centered on neutral colors…ivory, white, blush, gold. I’ve designed for those weddings and I still honestly love that color palate. But when a couple embraces
Modern rustic. Two crazy words together. But being in the wedding industry, I can have a couple say something like that and I know exactly where they’re headed. Mainly, rustic but no burlap. Bring in some classic elements and don’t be afraid to make it stylish, but fun. Enter in Nick and Anna who came
Andra & Connor | Omaha Country Club | Omaha, Nebraska | dSy invitations Black on ivory. Those three words could have been the only thing I wrote down from the consultation I had with Andra before we started designing invitations for her August 2016 wedding. She knew what she wanted. And classic was what she