Sometimes I get in a creative rut, and then a bride comes along who wants something that forces me to go outside my comfort zone and really get creative. Today, I looked at Molly’s inspiration images of vintage French perfume labels, and this is what I came up with for her save-the-date postcard:
I must tell you, it felt really good to finish a project and know I gave it my very best. Don’t you love the feeling of a job well done? Well… She hasn’t seen her proofs yet, but here’s hoping!
Lucky Luxe is now offering edge painting for our letterpress customers! Pricing for this service is $1.00 per invitation. Imagine a pop of bright color on a traditional invitation, or a gilded edge on something fun and informal… It makes such a luxurious impression, no?
A few weeks ago, I shipped off an order of the Laurel invitations to Laura in London, England. At the time, I had no idea how crafty and creative she was, or what her big plans for the suite would include. Yesterday I got a surprise in my inbox, when Laura sent me photos of her entire finished suite, complete with vintage postage and baker’s twine (two of my favorite things):
I know a lot of you remember the hankies from Luke and Alicia’s gorgeous wedding last year (I am still getting daily inquiries about those goodies). The good people at Well Wed New York were kind enough to mention Lucky Luxe and the hankies in an article about the wedding in the spring 2010 issue, so all you New Englanders — pick up a copy and look at the details of this awesome wedding! (I’m especially loving the umbrellas)