My Daughter’s Wedding Invitation

I worked with her to design and print the entire  package for this invitation.  We made the monogram,  invite, rsvp card, picture and map.  What a great way to set the tone for a memorable wedding!

I worked with her to design and print the entire package for this invitation. We made the monogram, invite, rsvp card, picture and map. What a great way to set the tone for a memorable wedding!

Welcome to August! Please keep checking my blog this month, I want to showcase some of my favorite projects to letter. Check back every Monday and Friday for calligraphy inspiration.

This one is special to me, I worked with the bride to design and produce an entire wedding invitation, from envelope to RSVP card. Why was it special? It was my younger daughter! She married her best friend in June.

We started with the monogram. As soon as I knew she was engaged I started doodling K & B for Kristen and Brian. Together we developed the personalized invitation of her dreams. She wanted her guests to feel excited to attend this wedding! I also did the lettering style, layout, and organized the printing. After creatively wrapping all pieces with pink ribbon, I lettered each guest’s address in gold calligraphy and licked the stamp!

It was a remarkable process and enjoyable to see the finished product.

I chose this as my post today because I want to demonstrate what I can do. I would love to help more brides. Please look at my contact page if you’re interested in having me help you design or letter your invitations or envelopes to celebrate the start to your married life.

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