Our magnolia trees have started blooming here in the South and we are reminiscing back to a Fall wedding last year with so many sweet southern touches. Rachel and Joel got married this past October. From the magnolia leaves in the bride’s bouquet to the country club reception, this was a southern wedding through and through. And although we southerners love our etiquette, traditions, and sweet tea, we also know how to kick back and celebrate. This wedding embodied both notions.
Save the Dates
The Save the Dates included a painted portrait of the church where Rachel and Joel would stand before their loved ones and take their vows. Classic and elegant, the text was kept minimal.
Printed In-House on 100# white felt paper
Rachel chose a beautiful classic script for her wedding invitations printed in graphite thermography by our friends at Crane & Co. We think it set the stage perfectly for an elegant affair.
Graphite Thermography on 96# pearl white paper
Program, menu & map
We had the pleasure of working closely with Rachel to design a custom monogram for her to use throughout her wedding day papers. It was debuted on the wedding programs and then continued on the menus, napkins and koozies.
Rachel wanted to continue the elegant simplicity of the watercolor drawing from her save the dates to greet her guests as they came into town. An artist from Etsy created a custom map of all wedding festivities that we printed in-house on felt paper.
Cups and Koozies
Rachel and Joel chose to add a festive touch to all the beverages served at their reception with personalized cups and koozies. We love that they even continued the celebration on their honeymoon by taking their koozies along.
One of our favorite things is when a bride comes back after all the wedding celebrations are over to order stationery with their new name or debut their beautiful wedding photos on a holiday card. We absolutely loved working with Rachel and Joel throughout all the phases of their wedding and wish them the best in their marriage!