Courtney first got in touch with me over an order of wedding day cards for her bridal party. I loved working on them for her, having no idea all the fun projects she would later have me work on for her gorgeous wedding in sunny Arizona! My dusty rose paint and I were on very friendly terms by the time I completed her escort tent cards, placecards, table numbers and signs! I'll let Courtney take it from here
Last fall I was overjoyed when Selycia Yang allowed me to join her creative team for a styled shoot in Savannah, Georgia at the Wormsloe Historic Site. It's such a stunning location and I had fun experimenting with different techniques to create an illustration of the famous Spanish moss covered gate and entrance. I love the elements Selycia used in her flatlays, like that vintage silver wax seal stamper! Selycia then asked me to create an alternate invitation suite to give variety for the photographers that were attending the shoot. I had been wanting to work on a watercolor crest for awhile so I took my chance to create one for the shoot. While the first suite included pointed pen calligraphy, it was a fun challenge to use the same color scheme but with watercolor. The result were two very different suites! A few more items were created for the shoot and for fun like this bouquet recipe shot! I loved making these items for Selycia to style and photograph! So many details! View more of Selycia's work on her website and Instagram!