Rock + Roll Shoot

Last weekend, our work was featured in a funky rock and roll styled shoot at an old cotton gin in a nearby town in Mississippi. The shoot was put together by Brittany Schlamp of Brittany Schlamp Photography.

We used Cara, one of our Collection designs, for the stationery since it’s inspired by vintage rock ‘n roll posters. The two-toned purple wedding invitation screamed fun, relaxed, informal wedding with a flare.

We also created menus that boasted angus burgers with a side of macaroni and cheese. They were nestled into purple cloth napkins and sat atop a funky dinner plate.

Purple accents covered the reception area and added a bit of femininity and whimsy to the black and silver rock and roll themed spread.

We were so thrilled to be asked to create the stationery for this fabulous shoot. Rock on!

Cake :  Sucre et Bon Bons
Flowers :  Blooms
Venue :  Cotton Ginnovations
Dress :  Forrest Paper and Bridal Co.
Hair : Sarah Earl at Lacey Stevens Salon
Stationery :  Lucky Luxe
Models : Kristin (bride), Sarah (bridesmaid), Brandon (groom) and Aaron (groomsman)

Minnie and Brian featured in BRIDES Magazine

You’re going to want to check out the February 2012 issue of BRIDES.

One of our sweet couples, Minnie and Brian, are featured this month on pages 336-341. Lots of Lucky Luxe stationery is shown including their lace handkerchief ceremony programs, guest book cards and chair signs. They originally commissioned the much-loved Chinoiserie design from the Lucky Luxe Collection.

I swear Minnie looked like a 1950s movie star on her wedding day. There was so much opulent beauty all around in their decor and venue, too. Go pick up a copy and see for yourself. Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Huang!

Luther Luxe is here.

Erin here today, and we’ve got some super exciting news for y’all… After a couple years of brainstorming and preparation, Lucky Luxe is expanding.

My husband Ben is a man who likes timeless things. Classic cars, shaving mugs and straight razors, Hemingway, Faulkner, Ray-Bans and westerns. He believes in putting pen to paper and writing a note of thanks when he receives a gift. He likes Gene Hackman and Clint Eastwood and believes a gentleman should be both rugged and socially polished, romantic but not clichéd, well-dressed and able to fix or build anything.



At his urging and because I believe there are bound to be other men out there who would agree, he inspired us to think outside the wedding box and create something just for the gents. This is what he wrote about our newest business: “A gentleman should take pride in his name. It’s the one thing about him that never changes. Investing in custom stationery is investing in that name which conjures the standards of our fathers and grandfathers. Be it a calling card handed to the green-eyed beauty at the bar or a note card to an old friend, letterpress stationery makes a classic statement that no electronic transmission can.”

Luther Luxe, named after my great-grandfather, is now open for business. Your groom might appreciate our goods, and so would his groomsmen. That’s a shameless plug, I know.

Ben is going to be working with clients in the new shop, so send him a note and say hello at ben{at}!