Julie from Up Up Creative just released her collection of wedding invitations that are perfectly modern AND eco-friendly!
[images from Up Up Creative]
Hi everyone at Brooklyn Bride, hope your summer is off to a great start! I myself have been daydreaming of a vacation lately, so I’m feeling kind of “mappy”.
vintage trophies + map award - roberta grove | save the dates + map wedding invitation set for Carlsbad California - nothing but bonfires | pencils – etsy | heart cards – not on the high street | wedding invitation set w. Texas map - Martha Stewart | thank you labels – kis for calligraphy
[images from Hicks Paper Goods]
Hey there Brooklyn Briders! It’s good to be back. In continuing the theme of my last post here, I wanted to highlight a few more invitation sets I discovered at the National Stationery Show. I often have couples sit down for an appointment In the bridal lounge at Urbanic and say to me, “We really want something special and unique and please, NO FLOWERS”. I thought the below two collections from Saima Says were nice alternatives…
View from the Gazebo
So the stationery show a few weeks ago was a total bust for me…mostly because I was totally sick that entire weekend and did the entire show in 2 hours before heading back to bed. Luckily, in my DayQuil induced haze, I did get a chance to find a new company, Him to Him, that caters to the GLBT community with a line of cards thats both sophisticated and modern.
[images from Him to Him]