Gabrielle + Cole’s Dusty Blue + White Spring Wedding at Callawassie Island. Photographed by Dana Cubbage.

Last fall, Gabrielle reached out to me about a painting of Avett Brothers lyrics for signage at her spring wedding… and then a floral painting of an H for her new last name… and then addressing her wedding invitation envelopes… and then…. and then…

When a favorite customer returns time and time and again, it sure makes me happy. It means that they love working with me and appreciate my work and that truly means the world to me!

Gabrielle’s amazing photographer, Dana Cubbage, was kind enough to send me the gallery from their May wedding in South Carolina. She took so many details shots which made me feel like I was right there in the front row during this gorgeous wedding!

If you would like to work together on wedding placecards or signage as shown here, please reach out via the Contact form linked at the top of the page!

Wedding Photography: Dana Cubbage Weddings | Coordination: Maggie Denison | Venue: Callawassie Island | Floral Design: Out of the Garden | Cake: Publix | Wedding Dress: Made With Love Bridal from Lovely Bride | Hair: Tracie Crafton | Makeup: Dannon K. Collard | Bride’s Shoes: Bella Belle | Bride’s Jewelry: personal | Bridesmaids Dresses: Jenny Yoo from Bella Bridesmaids | Band: Saluda Shoals | Men’s Attire: Theory (groom) + Jos A Bank (groomsmen) | Catering: Callawassie Island Club | Rentals: Ooh! Events | Stationery: Pretty Papers + Gifts | Custom Signage: Sam Allen Creates | Videography: Withers Films

See more on Dana’s blog::

Sam Allen Creates: January thru March 2019

This was an unusual start to the year for me! My shop usually gets busy in January but this year it was rather slow which left me plenty of time to focus on some 2019 goals… take a look!


January

Going in to the new year, I had one major goal: to create and list more PRINTS! And this included printed versions of my godparent and bridesmaid cards! Since my shop was unusually slow, I got this goal for the year off my list right away!

Shop bridal party cards here and godparent cards here.

Midway through the month, the amazing Stephanie Weber planned and photographed an amazing shoot that featured my watercolor wedding line, florals by Bloom Theory Design and tabletop rentals by Rustic Peony Co! When I first approached her last October about doing this product shoot, I never could have imagined such beauty… it truly was a dream come true and I can’t wait to share more in a later blog post.

While I may work directly with brides more often than not, I love getting to work directly with photographers for their brides! These vow books were commissioned and photographed by Janita Mestre for her client welcome gifts! I love all her ribbon, textures and dishes. Such a pretty setting for my handmade books.

Much of the month was spent working on styled shoots that both took place in Southern California at the end of the month….

Next month I’ll be sharing a full post on this, but I have to share a sneak peek with you now! This Alice in Wonderland themed wedding was absolute perfection! Essentially it was a whimsical garden wedding but with the perfect touch of Alice scattered throughout the details: rabbits, clocks, and keys graced the grounds at Chateau Adare in Murrieta! Melissa Fe Chapman and Stephanie Weber dreamed up the perfect shoot for Alice!

That same week, Jessica Schmuckle with Styled Shoots Across America designed a rustic purple wedding at Brick in San Diego. I loved the combo of shabby chic and galvanized metal… it gave the open space such a glam yet vintage feel. Photos by Jaymee Lynn Photography.

One last project for the month was addressing these invitation envelopes for a wedding in South Carolina! I just love this writing style, it’s a favorite of mine for sure!

But of course can’t close out the month without sharing more handpainted cards… they’re a staple creation around here now…

Shop wedding day cards and bridesmaid proposal cards here.


February

The month of February started with a trip to Europe for me and the hubby! We ate our way through Rome, experienced so much history, and then Andy consulted on a BBQ restaurant that has now opened in Barcelona, Spain!

While we were gone, Cassy Velazquez photographed some of my stationery at a styled shoot at the Ebell Club!

Also while we were gone, my feature in the SD Voyager was published! Go take a read!

Once we got back from our trip, I made up the time quick making those last 10 days of the month SUPER productive…

First up, more vow books! Both sets for photographer welcome gifts for their new clients.

And lots and lots of painting… from bridesmaid cards to placecard tags! I’m so thankful for these customers who were patiently awaiting my return from Europe!

Plus these cute little banners for a Cancun wedding! Photos by Sarani Photography.

And just before the month was over, I created a free printable monthly calendar for my email subscribers! I had been thinking awhile on what type of freebie I could give to my followers and grow my email list. I really love how it came out and enjoy releasing a new one each month with my Floral Letters. Want to get your own? Get your download here.


March

After taking off so much of February, the month of March felt super productive as I started gearing up for my Mother’s Day sale in April!

But first, I want to share this dusty rose invitation suite from a styled shoot that took place in Washington under the spring cherry blossoms! Photographed by Stormy Baldwin.

And then here’s a sneak peek from another shoot I worked on in the month of March… This my own image but will definitely be sharing more of the gallery from the amazing Selycia Yang!

Before I get into the gifts for Mother’s Day, I have to share this painting I created for my mama friend Hedder and her sweet baby boy, Drew Bear. For the baby shower gift, I had asked for some general ideas of the nursery decor: woodsy, bears, rustic browns and grays… and then she gave me this verse from the book of Matthew. Between all of that, it was easy to come up with a custom painting for his room by placing his very name within the verse itself! I love how this piece came out so much and by the look on sweet her face when she opened it, she loved it too!

And as a belated Christmas gift, my own mama commissioned these canvases for some of her best friends. I don’t often work with acrylic paint so this was a fun challenge for me! But of course I love how they came out featuring the lyrics to the song “Beautiful Savior!”

Now on to Mother’s Day (and anniversary) gifts! Creating watercolor portraits truly is one of my favorite projects that cross my desk. Turning those favorite photos into watercolor paintings is a joy for me! Adding a wedding portrait to the mix was a fun new challenge too, but that bouquet was SO fun to paint!

Handlettering truly is my passion… many years ago I fell in love with typography, the design and the flow of letters. So when Sandrina from Rustic Peony Co commissioned some bible verses to be painted for her house, I was so excited!! These 16×20 paintings were painted with so much love!

In case you haven’t heard me talk about Stephanie Weber enough in this post, she was gracious enough to photograph these flatlays for me of my watercolor cards and tags! She has such an eye for detail and I’m thankful she shares her talents with me!

And of course, the month included all the Etsy orders that came in… like these menus for Sheila’s 40th birthday dinner!

And although this wedding JUST happened last weekend, it was in March that I painted this keepsake for Candice’s husband to be! With subtle touches of pink, peach, and gold the paper alone is a work of art but the sweet words to her groom are my favorite.

And more and more and more watercolor cards! You’d think I’d be sick of painting these but I really truly am not. I’m so thankful to get to spend my days with my paint brush in hand…. although I’m running out of Netflix shows to binge watch listen to while I work.

Last, but not least, Julia had me paint up some signage for her wedding…

I always like to take photos before I ship everything…

But then I got these photos straight from Julia’s photographer, Michelle Preau Photography… whoo hoo!! I’m always so excited to get REAL wedding photos back!!


Thank you so much for reading! I love my work so much and I am happy to share it with you!! If you ever have any questions, please reach out! My inbox is waiting for you!

White Floral Boho Styled Shoot at Lot 8, San Diego

While this shoot was well over a year ago, it was the first shoot I attended with multiple photographers. Whenever I can attend a shoot in person, I leap at the chance. The connections made while at a shoot are unforgettable and for this homebody who would rather stay in her pajamas working behind a desk, I really need these opportunities to force myself outside because I never regret it!

All photos taken by Carsten Tice Photography

There were so many talented photographers there, but I decided to just use one gallery here for a cohesive post. Take a look at my Instagram for some more imagery from other photographers who attended.


As always, I like to start any wedding post off with the invitation!

As I worked with the organizer, Katie Hammond, she requested a wood welcome sign. After some emailing, we decided to do this quote instead and then on the day of the shoot, the florist and designer loved it so much that they used it as a focal point for the reception area. Needless to say, I was overjoyed to see them use it in this way!

The Lot 8 venue is so open while having such great bones to work with… the succulents used for the placecards were plucked (with permission since we only needed 4, ha!) straight from the venue itself.

One of my favorite cakes ever… I love how each layer has its own distinct look! By Oh So Lovely Desserts

It was such a fun day, thanks for taking a look at the beauty!


Vendors:
Venue –
Lot 8
Coordinator – Katie Hammond Photography
Designer – TBD San Diego
Rentals/Decor – TBD San Diego
Florist – TBD San Diego
Cake – Oh So Lovely Desserts
Hair + Makeup – Lesli Jones
Calligraphy/Stationery – Sam Allen Creates
Bridal Gowns – D’Angelo Couture
Menswear – Stitch & Tie
Models:
Bride + Groom – Rachael Brown and Cameron Brown
Bridesmaid – Jody Kuni
Bridesmaid – Care Cowen



Blush and Gold Wedding in Lake Geneva, a Swiss Elopement

Last spring, the talented wedding planner and stylist Loukia Arapian reached out to me to create a suite for an elopement she was planning at Lake Geneva in the Swiss Alps. Even though the couple was eloping, they had the most stunning details and I loved being a part of it!

I love creating suites with watercolor washed handmade paper. A lot of love goes into every single page. As the elopement would be outdoors in nature, we sealed the invitation with a rooted tree and tied with thin gold thread.

Gabriela Oswald Photography created such magic that day, I love her eye and her light and airy feel in the photos.

I’m truly honored to have been a part of this day, I just wish I could have been there in person! So gorgeous!

Vendor Love
Photography:
Gabriela Oswald Photography
Planning & Styling:
Loukia Arapian
Stationery:
Sam Allen Creates
Rings:
@aquadeoro.ch
Ring box:
@esselesf
Vintage stamps:
Ink on Paper
Flowers:
Louloudia Art Floral
Chairs:
Options France

Mother’s Day Gift Ideas Guide, Personalized Artwork and Unique Presents from the Heart

I strive to create unique gifts for Mother’s Day, and luckily for you, not just for my mom! I love creating gifts for YOU to give the mothers in your life too! I collected a few of my favorite items—that you can purchase today—that I guarantee will make your mom, your wife, your grandmother smile straight from the heart!

1. Watercolor Family Portrait

A watercolor painting turns your photos into works of art! Whether you want to use a professional photo or snapshot from your phone, using a photo that you love puts more emphasis on the sentimental bond of love between the mother and child, or grandmother and grandchild (hint, hint!!). These watercolor portraits are always a hit!

Links to purchase: Watercolor Family Portraits


2. Hand Drawn Papercut Silhouette

I’ve been selling these little cuties since 2014! I love how the stylized look of their profiles make you focus in on their unique features: their buttons noses, the shape of their lips, and the curl of their hair.

Links to purchase: Single Person or Siblings Silhouettes


3. Floral Last Name Sign

I don’t think I could describe why I love these signs so much, not any more than the Avett Brothers say in their song: “Always remember, there was nothing worth sharing like the love that let us share our name.” There’s so much love and history in a last name, so many memories behind each family. These last name signs immortalize that love in a beautiful way!

Links to purchase: Floral Last Name Sign or Evergreen Last Name Sign or message me to discuss a custom design like the Maine coast one pictured above.


4. Floral Letters and Papercut Silhouettes

If you just can’t pick between the last two products, here’s a combo option of my Floral Letters with the papercut silhouettes. The 8×10 size is perfect for family’s with 2 kids, but larger sizes and other variations are available.

To purchase: Floral Letters with Papercut Silhouettes


5. Custom Painting of Favorite Verse or Saying

The final route is going totally custom and having her favorite verse or saying written in watercolor calligraphy, all painted within a watercolor floral wreath!

To purchase: Custom Watercolor Painting


Bonus! With any purchase from this Gift Guide, I will include this year’s Mother’s Day card for FREE!

To receive your free card, please make a note in your order notes during checkout and mention this blog post!

Bonus Number TWO: All of the watercolor paintings are on sale in my shop until April 28!! Click through the links above to view pricing. Spaces are limited for Mother’s Day delivery so order soon.

Milagro Winery Wedding, Styled Shoot in Ramona, California

Last June, I traveled down to the Milagro Winery in Ramona, California for a wedding styled shoot. I love when I get the chance to actually attend a photo shoot in person. The creativity is just so contagious. I love watching talented people come together to use their skills collectively as a team to build something magical!

This particular shoot had such a romantic feel to it! The color scheme centered around dusty blues, cream and peaches. I had so much for designing the stationery and other lettered goods!

When the shoots are photographed by multiple people, I try to select just one to highlight so my blog post is cohesive, but this time I just couldn’t pick just one. Hope you enjoy seeing this wedding through these many skilled eyes…


Invitation Photos taken by yours truly…

I loved getting to work on this acrylic sign! I incorporated the leafy design from the stationery paired with whimsical script and a classy serif font.

Katy Annalee Photography
Jessica Schmuckle

The table setting was so ethereal and full of a variety of textures. That table cloth alone was so feminine and just made you want to run your hands across it! The handmade paper menu and vellum placecards added even more texture to an already perfect tablescape!

Sam Allen Creates
Morgan Dove Photography
Staci Stack
Dock Photos of Bride and Groom by Janita Mestre Photography

Thanks to all these lovely vendors:
Venue:
Milagro Winery
Rentals:
Rustic Urban Events
Linens:
Nuage Designs Inc
Silk ribbons:
Paperie And Silk
Decor items/table decor:
Antiqueology
Stylist:
Tilly Mestre
Designer/Coordinator:
Janita Mestre Photography
Florist:
Paloma_Blanca_Flowers
Makeup:
Tiffany Sharman
Hair:
Karissa Breann Photography
Dress:
Lulus
Tux:
Stitch And Tie
Cake + goodies:
Sweet Maple Creations
Models:
Chase Lytle + Ally Saunders
Stationery + Calligraphy:
Sam Allen Creates
Videographer:
Isaiah Adona
Shoes:
Bella Belle Shoes

Rapunzel Inspired Wedding, Styled Shoot – Photography by Jess Palatucci

As featured on Wedding Chicks!

You may not know this, but Rapunzel is my favorite Disney princess! I love her spirit and her heart. And her love of the arts!

I jumped at the chance to design an invitation for a Tangled themed wedding! I bought books about the art of the movie to dive deep into its conception and learn more about the background of its artwork.

My concept of the invitation artwork was inspired by Rapunzel’s hair when her and Flynn go into town. The top left florals wrap around behind the main part of the invite, and end at the bottom right. I threw in a bird and butterfly for good measure and then lined the edge of the circle with gold metallic dots to represent the lanterns that the town lights each year.

And then on the details page, I painted a yellow lily-like flower to represent the flower that gives Rapunzel’s hair its healing powers.

While these details are subtle and may be missed by the average viewer, I loved creating them and wanted to give the suite an added depth that only the strongest Rapunzel fans may notice and appreciate.

But one of my favorite details in the stationery was the addition of a golden sun wax seal! It’s so very subtle but adds that royal look of the sun logo from the movie.

Please keep scrolling to see all the magic that Jess Palatucci documented on that gorgeous day in Pennsylvania last spring!

A big thanks to all the vendors who made this day happen:
Photography | Jess Palatucci
Assisting | Kia Marie Stone
Videographer | KGD Films
Planning | La Rue Events 
Concept | Nicole Newgaskt
Makeup | Kiss and Makeup
Hair | @Reelstyle_beauty 
Wardrobe Styling | Elizabeth Jones Styling
Venue Management & Rentals | Open Aire Affairs 
Venue | Historic Strawberry Mansion
Vintage Rentals | Lilac and Lace Co
Balloon Installation | @peonies.events
Stationery | Sam Allen Creates
Styling Boards | Curio & Oak
Ribbon | A Ribbon’s Nest
Calligraphy Mirrors | @barelyblushink
Florals | @miss.bergamot
Cake & Desserts | Lysa’s Caketique
Dress Designer | Calla Blanche Dress
Dress Shop | Vesa Brides
Jewelry | @marnielewisjewelry
Rings | Harry Merrill
Suit | Tommy Hilfiger
Shoes | Colehaan 
Models | @littleashleylynn & @rusty_shackleford90

Sam Allen Creates: October thru December 2018

I really love the end of the year! October and November are such crazy busy months but I just love my job so much! And then by the second week of December, everything just slows down and I can enjoy that special time of the year with my family! This year was just the best yet, hope you enjoy this glimpse into all the fun projects that crossed my desk this fall and holiday season!

View Part 1 of my 2018 Review here.
Part 2, April–June 2018 Review
and Part 3, July–September 2018 Review


October

The month started with an order of handpainted wedding placecards and table numbers. I adore these photos supplied by Kaitlyn’s wedding photographer, Lyndsie Smith.

Dusty blue envelopes for the win! This shade of blue has just been so popular. I was pretty excited when the inquiry came in! Plus, I LOVE addressing envelopes!

When Kayla Denae told me she was going to do a giveaway for a styled engagement session, I jumped on board to create a special calligraphy piece for the couple. But then when she shared her ideas for the shoot, I couldn’t decide which quote to go with so I just made them both! Please go take a look at Kayla’s blog post, it’s so full of woodsy inspiration and a gorgeous couple!

The letter C made of a sweet little miss’s favorite shades of purple with a neutral green background all ready to be hung in her bedroom! Custom painted letters, created in the color scheme of your choice available here.

A lot of the latter half of October was spent creating an extensive watercolor line… I’ll be sure to post more about this soon, but the basic idea and goal was to create a full package extending from my popular watercolor tags! So those looking for placecards can find matching table numbers and menus too! Oh and bridesmaid proposal and thank you cards! Whew!

As I was working on my product line to be sent to the amazing Stephanie Weber to photograph, I also created her family a watercolor portrait as a thank you! Aren’t they precious?!

Part of my watercolor line includes these table number cards and I love that this bride also ordered matching handpainted signs for her cards and gifts table along with her dessert table! Thanks Eva Lin Photography for the images!

As the month closes, let’s start to turn toward Christmas! Eek! I absolutely adored getting to work on these custom stamps for omslag.se! These photos they’ve shared are just GORGEOUS! Take a look at their Instagram for even more beauty!


November

If the year wasn’t crazy enough, in the month of November, it really picked up (as it usually does).

First up, a styled shoot in Joshua Tree! If you love this peek, take a look at the full blog post here. Photos by Lisette Gatliff Photography.

Just in the nick of time, I created some “fill in the blank” menus for Thanksgiving… a gift for those who signed up for my newsletter! (and I started a newsletter this month too, because I just needed to add more to my plate!).

Another one of the “big” items that I launched this year were these little “thankful for” tags! They were an unexpected smash hit!

In addition to creating tag placecards, I also painted names on these gorgeous marble tiles for a Friendsgiving!

Earlier in the month, I painted a new logo for Harper and Grace Photography! Rachel had it up on her site the very day I sent the final files! Interested in having me write out your business name, take a look at my shop here!

I loved this spin on my usual Floral Lettered last name signs. This customer wanted me to paint more tropical flowers as a gift for a friend who was married in Hawaii last year! I really loved mixing it up!

November is really my busiest month for creating Christmas gifts! This painting was made as a gift from one sister to the other, created from a wedding picture! Watercolor portraits available here.

Creating custom Christmas cards usually starts in November, and sometimes even October! I loved creating this year’s set of cards and am already dreaming of 2019 designs. (this first card is my very own with my guys! at Disneyland!)

In September, one of my forever friends had her first baby, a gorgeous baby girl named Lennon! I loved getting to design little Lennon’s birth announcement as a gift to the new sleep deprived parents, with photos taken by the happy-as-can-be daddy! (See a behind the scenes video of my painting in progress on my Instagram!)

And of course, we must circle back to the happenings in the wedding world…

The first of many vow book sets were made for my friend and fellow creative, Stephanie Weber. I love her welcome packages for her clients. You can see the passion and care she gives her brides right away in these packages! See more on her blog here.

These placecard tags were painted during an Instagram LIVE, during which I answered questions about my process and viewers got to watch me paint in real time! After the LIVE was done, I painted some more for a video which I posted on Instagram here…. But best of all, I got this gorgeous real wedding photo back from their photographer, Darla Winn Photography! I just LOVE getting real wedding photos back from my customers!

A succulent and greenery watercolor painted wreath for an April wedding! Painting in green is my favorite since it’s my favorite color! Custom paintings available in my Etsy shop here.

A watercolor painted Floral Letter H, painted with a touch of gold for a May wedding along with a large poster of song lyrics. I can’t wait to see these wedding photos!

Adorable boutonnieres made for the men at this wedding photographed by Montana Crumlish! I love it when my tags get used with gorgeous florals (San Diego florist, Janna Hatch)!


December

Here we go, rounding the final corner into the end zone of 2018 (I think I may be mixing sports metaphors here, but you know what I mean!).

The month started with not only designing these Christmas cards but also in taking the family photos myself!

And I also got to design this Christmas card for my bestie, there was definitely a theme in all of these cards! They’re still hanging in my house and I feel like you can really tell they were all designed by the same person!

For this year’s annual ornament gift for our family and friend’s, I created these clay ornaments using air dry clay and cookie cutters! Each person or family received a letter to represent their name painted in either pine tree branches or floral leafy vines!

One of the last projects I tackled before Christmas was creating these Friends themed baby shower invites! As a diehard fan of the show, I definitely felt the pressure in designing them but truly love how they came out!

And of course, we can’t let the month go by without some wedding details!

A beautiful boho inspired styled shoot, full of rich detail and even handmade macrame! Photos by Melissa Fe Chapman.

December wouldn’t be complete without sharing some Christmas gifts that I got to work on!

Hand drawn Papercut Silhouettes…

Watercolor portraits…

And of course a personalized ornament for one sweet little girl’s first Christmas!

And finally, just days before Christmas, I got this Kraft paper roll sign finished for my new friend Caitlin who I met while working on this styled shoot. I’ll be updating this soon with photos of it hung in her home, so excited to share with you!


And with that, the year 2018 ended. Looking back on all the marvelous work I got to do, I feel so blessed and so thankful for each and every customer, friend, and collaboration! Thank you for taking a look, I appreciate your love and support!!

Desert Boho Wedding in Joshua Tree, California

I remember when Jessica first asked me to join her on this shoot… and then listed off all the things she wanted done. Yes, yes, and yes; I replied! I love getting to letter outside of paper so when she brought over the tambourines, agate slices and mirrors for me to write on, I was so ecstatic!

This shoot was so full of the best boho details, layered full of textures and materials. Hope you enjoy gazing at all the beauty with me!


Photographer: Lisette Gatliff

There were so many talented photographers there, but I decided to just use one gallery here for a cohesive post. Take a look at my Instagram for some more imagery from other photographers who attended.


If you’re interested in having me address your wedding invitation envelopes, take a look at my Etsy shop! And email me for a custom quote on your invitations, agate placecards or mirror signage!

Watercolor menus available for purchase here.

I just adored Jessica’s idea to use a tambourine as the bride’s bouquet! Such a fun twist on the traditional!


Vendors, who made all this possible!
*Venue: Tumbleweed Sanctuary
*Planner/Stylist/Creative Director: Jessica Schmuckle Photography
*Host: Styled Shoots Across America 
Photographer: Lisette Gatliff
Day of Assistant: Katherine Elaine Photography
Professional Models (Kristina & Areg): @kristina.fx 
Professional Bridal gown (Krisitna): BHLDN
Bridal Jewelry: @nordstrom @anthropologie
Real Life Couple Models (Melissa & Andrew): @mel_belle13 @american_augie
Real Life Couple Bridal Gown (Melissa): @lulus 
Mala Prayer Beads: @mala_wanderer
Sage Bundles: @taylor.spurrier
Candles: @joshuatreecandleco
Cake: @mirandas_sweet_treats
Stationery/Calligrapher: Sam Allen Creates
Bridal Jacket: Revelle Bridal & The Mrs. Jacket
Bridal Hat: Tiny Trucker Co
Bridal shoes: Converse, Bella Belle Shoes, Badgley Mischa Bride
Ring Box: The Mrs Box
Tux: Friar Tux
Silks: A Ribbon’s Nest & Honey Silks
Catering: The Natural Sisters Cafe
Florist: KS Floral Concepts
HMUA: @bowsandarrowhair & Krystyl Hernandez
Agates/Place cards/Cake topper: Suspend.it
Bridal Details: Kai Fragrance
Styling/Rentals: Touched By Time Vintage Rentals
Large succulents: @thecactusmart
Macrame: Macramama

Floral Kissed Romantic Washington Shoot, Photographed by Caitlin Houser

I always think back to this shoot from last summer with a smile… Caitlin Houser just worked magic with my stationery and handlettered fabric. It must have been divine intervention that connected us as I am ever so thankful for the images captured this day!

Hope you enjoy taking a look at this beauty, all thanks to this lovely vendor team:

Photographer: Caitlin Houser Photography
Florist:
Colfax Flowers, Decor & More
Rental Items:
Artifact Rentals
Jewelry:
Sam Dial Jewelers
Hair/Makeup:
Taylor Osborne of Halo Salon
Dress: Saved by the Dress
Invitation Suite and Calligraphy:
Sam Allen Creates

Published on Apple Brides.