I'm so excited to share images (thanks to Jennifer Fujikawa Photography) from a gorgeous Winter shoot I created paper goods for that was featured on Green Wedding Shoes. I've always loved kraft paper, and wanted to use it here but dress it up a little, so it didn't feel too rustic. Pairing it with white and soft gray paper, and a nice hand written font and wreath graphic felt like the way to achieve that. Thanks to Shauna from J29 Events for inviting me to take part! Some of my favorite shots are below and of course you'll want to see all the photos here: http://greenweddingshoes.com/timeless-winter-wedding-inspiration/
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photography: Jennifer Fujikawa Photography // florals: Bella Bloom Florals // styling + coordination: j29 events // makeup:Jein King // wedding dress, veil + shawl: Marisol Aparicio // bar tending: Mint and Mirth // videography: Moving Picture Weddings // invitations: Paper Bloom // rentals: Something Borrowed Portland // venue: Dancing Bears Cabin // rentals (chairs): The Party Place // cake: Simply Sweets by Jen // jewelry: Kassab Jewelers
Last summer I had the pleasure of working with Lacey and DJ on their Save the Dates, wedding invitations, and day-of paper goods. Lacey and I knew each other from grade school, but were a few years apart and didn't know each other that well. I had such a good time getting to know her (and DJ) better through this process! They had such great ideas and a perfect vision what they wanted for their paper items, but still left a ton of room for creativity. in the end we were all really happy with the outcome! Below are a few photos of their suite (thanks to Paul Rich Studio!) and one of the beautiful couple from FS Photography. Check out this blog post to see more!
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