I knew I wanted to do a die cut for the wedding invitation and incorporate the hexagon shape on the response card as well. This was the first shoot that I got to work with my new favorite calligraphy and friend, Catrina of Camel and Birdie. She is the most giving, gracious soul and I thank God our paths have crossed on this crazy journey. Catrina lettered the bride and grooms names and then I incorporated them in the design. She also hand addressed the main and response envelopes.
By now, y'all know I love a beautiful envelope liner and this gold shimmery hexagon paper did not disappoint! Vintage stamps and gold wax seals are a close second as well.
Isn't this bouquet stunning? Amanda with Amanda Bee Floral had such a gorgeous vision for all of the florals.
Huge thanks to the amazing vendors that made this shoot possible:
- Planning and overall vision: Plan our Day
- Invitation and menu design: nine0nine creative
- Photography: Smith House Photography
- Calligraphy: Camel and Birdie
- Florals: Amanda Bee Floral
- Venue: 1111 Studewood
- Cocktails: Tipsy Dessert Bar
- Linens: EB Inc