Elizabeth and Seth were married in June 2018 in Hilton Head, South Carolina on a rainy day, but you wouldn’t even be able to tell that from the smiles on their faces! I’ve know the couple for a long time and I was really excited to design their wedding invitations. Seth was my neighbor growing up so we’ve been friends since skinned knees and riding bikes around the neighborhood. My first official wedding meeting with the couple was about 6 months before the big day and they were both equally excited as I was about the stationery design process. I could tell Liz knew her vision for their wedding day long before anything was put onto paper! Her wedding theme had an overall clean and effortless look with dusty blue, blush pink and eucalyptus accents. The bridesmaids wore long dusty blue chiffon gowns while the groomsmen wore ties and vests. The flowers were a loose bouquet of pink and peach rose, ranunculus and lots of greenery. The church and the reception venue were both gorgeous and their friends and family had a great evening eating thousands of cookies (Pittsburgh tradition) and dancing the night away! Congrats Liz + Seth!
Photographer: Jenna Lindsey
Venue: Shipyard Beach Club
Invitation Suite: Paper Hearts Invitations
Carrie and Josh were married in May of 2016 (Happy Anniversary, guys!) in West Virginia and had a dinner reception at Historic Summit Inn located in Farmington, Pennsylvania. Their wedding was chocked full of gorgeous, rustic details! Paper Hearts Invitations was able to provide so many paper items for their big day and the amount of thought Carrie put into those details turned out beautifully. If you are wondering what services Paper Hearts can provide for you, please read on! You will see everything from a wedding invitation suite, ceremony programs, table numbers, menus, custom stickers for their favors and name cards for their guests. I’ve also included some fun photos of the happy couple and their big day. They are just the sweetest couple and these pictures captured by Jessica Fike Photography make you feel their joy and excitement.
I am a HUGE advocate for details. When all of your wedding stationery matches, your guests WILL notice! Here are 10 stationery items to think about when planning your wedding:
1. Save the Dates
2. Wedding Invitation Suite
3. Rehearsal Dinner Invitations
4. Ceremony Programs
5. Large Signs to welcome guests or display information
6. Name Cards
7. Table Numbers
9. Favor tags or stickers
10. Framed signs for family remembrance, the cookie table, and the guest book
If you have ideas on how you can make your wedding personalized, I’d love to chat! When you plan your wedding day around what you both love to do as a couple, everything will be exciting and effortless. You can incorporate things like hiking, watching movies, traveling, a favorite beer, spending time with your furry friends, your alma matter, a favorite sports team. Some of the best weddings I’ve attending have been because the couple incorporated their personalities into the details and they had fun! It’s that we all want from life and our wedding celebration, to have fun?
Tiffani and Nick’s Pennsylvania Wedding took place in a gorgeous wedding venue located in the Laurel Highlands area of Southwestern Pennsylvania. The Barn at Fallingwater is located next to the famous Frank Lloyd Wright home Fallingwater. These photos were captured by Caitlin’s Living Photography and she truly embraced the details that Tiffani created for her wedding day. Paper Hearts created the wedding invitation suite, menus, thank you tags, escort cards, signs, ceremony programs, and cookie bags.