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Anne + Brian [Wedding Invitation Suite]

First ad foremost, thank you to all of you who sent me so many comments/messages on the blog, Facebook, Myspace, and Twitter regarding the previous post about Bri's birthday invitations! The response to the invitations was amazing and put it a really big smile on my face today! :)

Now on to today's post which features Anne and Brian's wedding design suite! This is one of the most fun projects yet - but was also the biggest order we have had (besides my own wedding)!! I am beyond thrilled with the way everything came together and the fact that Anne and Brian love the items as much as I do, is icing on the cake! They'll be getting married in San Diego next year. They're going with a chic and contemporary black, white, and yellow theme. I had this scroll work design on my computer and when I showed it to Anne, she loved the look of it.

-Anne and Brian, you both were a joy to work with! Thanks for allowing me the honor of designing all of these items for your wedding. I know your big day is going to be so beautiful and I wish you guys many years of love and happiness!

Click HERE to view a full size image of the whole suite! From the top left we have the wedding invitation and envelope (front and back featuring a wrap label, envelope liner, and custom postage stamp), favor label/monogram, save the date and envelope, menu, table name, custom postage stamp, program cover, and the RSVP postcard (front and back). Not pictured is the seating chart that I'll be making as her date gets closer, candy buffet labels and possible place cards.

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