Thursday, February 10, 2011

Dual Baptism

My daughter and her cousin were both baptized at the same time which doubled our fun. I created this sweet invitation to invite close friends and family to the festivities. This would be good for twins and could even be made into a birthday invitation by putting a number in place of the cross. One picture could also be used in color or black and white.

Two Become One

I designed this beautiful invitation for a couple who wanted to celebrate how their union is symbol of God's love. These invitations were printed with a silver thermography on a linen white card stock.

I also recreated the cross symbol on beverage napkins in silver as well!

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Allison & Adam - Pink and Black

For Allison & Adam's wedding last summer I created a pocketfold invitation that was simple and elegant and exactly what they wanted. This was an extra large pocketfold that played off their fuschia and black color combination they had chosen for the wedding. The invitation itself was simple and was accented by a strip of ribbon running down the one side. The informational inserts stepped down in size to show the heading of each and included a custom map.

(looking at these pictures has given me a new New Year's resolution - to figure out how to set up my own photo shoot! I apologize for the not so stellar pics - I am a better designer than a photographer!)

Tuesday, January 18, 2011

T-Shirt Design

In a month, I am headed down to New Orleans to run the Mardi Gras marathon with a group of my friends. In total there will be 15 of us there to either run or support the runners. I designed us a shirt to rally us on to a successful completion of either 26.2 or 13.1.

The text below the fleur de lis says - "Forget the me your beads!"

I had these printed on both technical dry-fit shirts for the runners and cotton pre-shrunk shirts for our supporters. I'll try to post a follow up picture of all of us at the finish line wearing our shirts.