Leah came to me last year following some work Connie & Joan did for a friend of hers. She already had a wonderful vision of how she wanted her invitation set to look and she wanted to subtly incorporate a blush pink. She was a dream to work! The invitation set was printed on card with rounded corners and each enclosure card slotted perfectly into the pocket, highlighting their individual headings. She tied the pocketfolds with a blush pink ribbon. I love this!
Thank you Polly, for sending me your fantastic professional photographs of your C&J table plan and order of service! I loved working with you! :) Photographs: Michael Jackson from Jackson & Co Photographywww.jacksonandcophotography.com
Thank you Anthea for sending in your photograph of the table stationery you made using C&J's templates. Anthea chose the 'Royal Gardens' style for her table numbers and long menus from the 'Sweet Bomb' collection. 'Sweet Bomb' wedding table menu templates are available in long or rectangular shape. The 'Royal Garden' style is a hand drawn leaf design (drawn by me), made up of various shades of green. The table number template has two per page, set up at 5x7 inches each.
When I create a digital invitation set for my clients, I am so impressed with how they use their own magic and insight and turn them into such beautiful invitations. I have to share this one Maureen created. It's just so lovely, rustic, and inspirational! The digital files of an invitation set like this, can be created especially for you. Let me know your ideas and inspiration and we can work together on something unique.
The talented food & lifestlye blogger, Ashley from Peach Trees and Bumblebees recently used Connie & Joan for some of her wedding stationery (see photographs below). You can check out her amazing blog "13 things I learned while planning a wedding" where she gives some very useful advice about the planning stages of a wedding, and encourages making your wedding day yours and not to worry what others might be doing. Great reading! Photography: Courtesy of Mister Phill