Posts tagged Itinerary card
How to make the most of your wedding invitation and paper budget

I’m often asked by couples for ways to make the most of their stationery budget without having to sacrifice style and beauty. When a couple works with me, they will list many options to be included in the initial price quote.  It’s ultimately more bang for the buck when you mix and match to create a stationery package that best suits your needs.  Let me know if you need help as I’m happy to assist with creative ways to keep your budget in check while still making all your stationery dreams come true. 

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Calligraphy for your wedding invitations

I’m often asked if I can do hand lettering and/or calligraphy for my custom wedding invitations. The answer is yes and I enjoy the rich history and uniqueness of the art form.  I’ve always favored the stylization of calligraphy and letterforms, especially as I began to study it more in-depth at college. I was fortunate during my early college years to learn both skills in ink and utilizing the computer. That study gave me extensive practice in the form and function of the artistry. Since the 19th century, calligraphy has changed dramatically to what is most popularly known as “modern calligraphy”. The number one thing I’ve learned and what I love most about modern calligraphy is that there are no rules.

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A Couple's Perspective : The Grandy's Wedding Day

I had the pleasure of working with a couple from Wilmington, Delaware named Hari and Mike Grandy.  They were married on September 26, 2015 here in Maine at the Nonantum Resort in Kennebunkport.

I originally met Hari and Mike in 2011 at my sister Carly's wedding.  They were in perfect harmony with each other and I could tell even then that their relationship was a lasting one.  It was wonderful to hear from Hari a little over a year ago when she and Mike became interested in having me help them design their wedding invitations and 

Day-Of materials.  The following is a composite of my conversations with Hari throughout and after the process.

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