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Monday Matinae Feature | A Rock 'N Roll Baby Shower

Ashley contacted me last summer and I had the pleasure designing for her baby shower!  She e-mailed me this  post from Hostess with the Mostess along with a picture of the adorable Michael Miller fabric she had picked out for the nursery as inspiration for the shower.  We decided to design using the same color palette from the fabric and to add interest to the design, we used several fonts paired with guitars and stars as the graphic elements.

We also had the opportunity to create a candy bar for the shower!  As most of you know, I had been doing candy bars for events by word of mouth but we recently officially launched the business as Sugar Rush Candy and Confection Bars.  Ashley had seen candy labels on another blog that featured cute sayings that tied into each type of candy (Ex. "We're going to love Tristan to pieces" for Reese's Pieces,  "He'll be cute as a button" for button candy, "We hope he won't be a nerd but are betting he'll be a smartie" for Nerds and Smarties, etc.). Loved this idea!  We created coordinating labels for each of the containers that we were providing her with and designed glassine bags for her guests to fill with the candy!  Below are several pictures of the designs along with a couple of pictures I was able to take while we set up the candy bar and a few from Ashley herself!
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