Once upon a time, I received an email from a woman named Brittany Lauren. She was a Portland photographer looking for a designer to help create a new logo and identity for her up-and-coming business. She had seen my invitation designs, but didn't realize I designed logos as well. We set up a coffee date, and from the second I saw her– feather earrings and off the shoulder top– I was excited, but felt a little intimidated. Ok, A LOT intimidated. She was outgoing, friendly, likable and cool without even trying. It just came to her naturally to be awesome. And she was talented, and SMART! So she needed a killer logo to really show all these traits and more. No pressure, right?! Thankfully she had some great ideas and a good idea of what she wanted, so together we created something really awesome that suited her and her photography business perfectly. I'm really proud of the elements she has created on her own using the brand we created, too. Be sure to fan her on Facebook to keep up to date with her gorgeous photography!
Last year, I worked on a super cool photoshoot with the lovely Stephanie Major of Petalos. The ideas this woman comes up with always amaze me, so when she simply told me the theme of the shoot she was planning– plaid and leather– I asked no questions and was totally on board. It was already an exciting shoot, but then she asked my younger sister and her boyfriend to model. Even better! The list of amazing professionals involved is below the photos (shot by another amazing talent, Bryan Rupp Photography). To see the full feature on Style Me Pretty, go here!
Oh, where do I begin with these two? From our first meeting I just knew this wedding would be killer. They said all the right things to make me swoon: Hotel de Luxe, art deco, black + white + red color palette, custom logo, and my all-time favorite– clear acrylic! I had such a good time working with them and their awesome wedding coordinator, Mandi from Champagne. Here are a few shots of their invitation (by Paul Rich) and other goodies by their photographer Craig Mitchelldyer. See more from Craig here, and Champagne's blog post with even more photos.
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