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FEATURED EVENT: Karen + Jameson Wedding

Last winter one of my very best friends got married! I was so excited to get to design for her and her soon-to-be husband! Karen had seen invitations that had caught her eye at Michael's that featured a swirl graphic. We played around with several swirl graphics and put it together with her wedding colors in a panel invitation with a coordinating RSVP postcard. Everything was enclosed in a black envelope that featured white address labels that also featured the swirl graphic.

Karen and Jameson had a beautiful winter wedding in Rocklin, California. The venue was beautiful as were the purple, black, and teal details of the wedding but none of them were as beautiful as the bride herself! I was beyond thrilled to get to travel to attend the wedding and to witness how incredibly happy Karen and Jameson were on their big day.

Karen was a bridesmaid in my own wedding and loved the candy buffet that we had set up so she rented the candy buffet containers from me and we ended up setting up the table when we got to the venue. It ended up being a huge hit with their guests! They also "rocked the reception" and pulled off an amazing choreographed first dance!

The last names of the bride and groom have been removed from the invitation to protect their identity and to also protect them, I can only leave you with two pictures of the couple on their wedding day. Enjoy!

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Whitney Oaks Golf Club : Venue and Catering
Maggie Sottero : Bride's Dress
Matinae Design Studio : Invitations and Candy Buffet Rental

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