My sister-in-law's wedding, which I've been preparing for for months, was a huge success this past Saturday, 10/10, in New York City. The silver paper, velvet ribbon, bubble pattern, and vellum paper complimented the swanky and modern venue. Here are all the components that I got to contribute to the happy couple's special day.
Many guests were from out-of-town, so the MOB put together gift boxes to greet guests when they arrived to their hotel room for the weekend. I created the tag to perfectly align with the design of the escort cards and table markers, and inside the gift box was an assortment of delicious goodies.
My mom is retiring this year, which is a BIG deal after a 30+ year career. Back in August and without her knowing, a colleague of hers emailed me asking if I could make a jumbo card that 25 people could sign. He wanted to surprise her in October at a meeting where this particular group would be together for the last time. Of course I jumped on the opportunity: a jumbo card, a secret, for my mom--I loved every part of the project before I even started!
The final creation is approximately the size of a sheet of printer paper but made from soft, thick, and creamy paper with plenty of room for lots of people to sign. The front features shiny gold accents, a fun pink color palette, and bright corrugated cardboard to make the letters pop.
Hi! I'm the creator of Pot Belly Bird, hailing from Spokane, WA. Here in my blog, I'll tell you about all the fun stuff I'm up to in addition to making cards, like cooking or biking or gardening!