The photos I decided to use for my blog banner give a little insight into the exciting things I do. For today’s post, I thought I’d give a little explanation of the different circumstances for each photo.
These were favors for a tea-themed baby shower at Sugar’s Tearoom. This medium box contained a white, tea-for-one set. The custom tags read ‘thank you’ on the front, and the back had a little slot for a yummy bag of Stash brand tea. The tags were even shaped like a tea bag- including the string stapled to the paper!White tulle over shiny pool blue paper, and a brown and white polk-a-dot shear organza bow really tied everything together!
This photo is of Mr. & Mrs. Bill and Fallon Acuff. I think this photo really captures the love between these two high school sweethearts. This wedding was very special to me, as it was my best friend getting married. I had the joy (and stress!) of being maid of honor and wedding planner for this wedding.
Photography by Fantasy Images in Tannersville, PA.
The people in my banner are the creative works from Michelle at Design Done Right. Michelle gave my company the look it so desperately needed! For those of you who remember my old business cards and website, Michelle has really taken me a long way from dull purple and gray. Thanks, Michelle!
These butterflies served as the escort cards for Dynnalee’s Sweet 16. These were carefully cut by hand, and then hand-painted with watercolors. Each guest’s name was then written (again, by hand) in permanent black ink. Each color corresponded to their table’s theme- it was a Disney Princess Party!
We then pinned each butterfly, in alphebetic order, to a pink satin pin board. Everything you see was custom created by our design team!
I love branches! This close-up is from my Wigilia centerpiece. Wigilia is a traditional Polish Christmas Eve dinner. There are certain traditions including having apples and nuts on the table- so we filled a large clear vase with nuts, apples, and a few shiny Christmas balls for decoration. We added the branches for height and depth. The final touch was the double-sided, photo Christmas ornaments. We have made many similiar centerpieces for other families for the holidays- Polish or not! The ornaments from past years are a great additon to the family Christmas tree.
Please click here if you’d like to learn more about the Polish Wigilia.