Category Archives: Vintage Style

RUSTIC BOHEMIAN RANCH WEDDING FUN!

Lovelies, it doesn’t get better than a Texan ranch full of poppies, folk art, and bohemian panache! We are so excited to show off the results of our long-distance collaboration with the delightful ladies behind Austin-based Nouveau Romantics & The Nichols. Liz, mad-scientist and creative-genius of Nouveau Romantics, planned + assembled + orchestrated the amazing […]

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July 11, 2011 - 6:01 pm

Lindsey - Simpy and beautiful. I love the menu on the plates.

July 19, 2011 - 6:06 pm

Rhianna L - Absolutely love the hand drawn feel of the invitations. Makes it all the more personal! I live in Texas and will be having my wedding somewhere in Dallas in the next year. I am going to make my own invitations, and this is very close to what I had in mind! Lovely shoot!

COUNTRY GARDEN WEDDING

Mood: Vintage | Relaxed | Homespun Palette: Flax | Dusty Mauve | Olive Green | Bone China | Bark | Mustard Yellow Here’s a lovely little inspiration board for a countryside wedding inspired by vintage bone china, Italianate architecture, and homespun farm life. Image Credits (from top left) : Portrait via Valeria Lazareva | Wedding […]

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May 6, 2011 - 1:30 pm

Martha Winger - Lovely and romantic! Great image board.

HOT OFF THE PRESSES, DARLINGS!

Have you seen the new rustic-meets-modern invitation sets in the shop this week? The past few weeks have been a whirlwind of sketching and sourcing and slicing (pretty sure the neighbors think I am a little design gnome) and now I’m over the moon to share my latest creations… Roadtrip Invites   Rosemary & Clover […]

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May 3, 2011 - 9:36 pm

David Feig - Love the paper stock for the Marguerite and Norman invitation, and the “The Happy Couple Awaits…” as well as the example below that one. Too cute:)

May 4, 2011 - 9:33 am

Jess - Thanks David! Lately I’m loving that place where watercolors & kraft paper smooch! :)

BECAUSE GLAMOUR NEVER GOES OUT OF STYLE

What a fabulous frock, no? Get thee to Alexandra King stat.

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