We have been so excited for this to come out! A custom suite created just for the Anniversary issue of Martha Stewart Weddings magazine for the color palette section, Winter 2010. It may have been my favorite Christmas present yet. If you missed the issue check it out here, online at Martha Stewart Weddings! Looking forward to collaborating with the magazine again soon.
This has to be one of my favorite wedding mood boards yet! I would die for a red piano and that layered red velvet cake is mouth watering. We think our blind deboss save-the-date is the perfect addition. See it here.
If you’re not familiar with this blog ffffound you must check it out. We were thrilled to find our doodle save-the-dates & moose engagement party invite here.
The launch of our new website was made here over at 100 Layer Cake featuring some of our new photography! YAY!
One of our favorite wedding blogs, Once Wed, featured my wedding and some of the other pieces we designed and printed. My wedding photographers sent the photos in so it was a bit of a surprise when I clicked over one day to read! I didn’t even get to make sure that I approved of all the photos! Ha! Luckily I approve…
A custom design we worked on with Urbanic for a very stylish couple showed up here over on Brooklyn Bride. How perfect & unbeachy is this for a beach wedding? It was a modification of the design “Esme” from our wedding collection and we love how a few changes made the personality of the couple shine through. Thank you Audrey for including Alee & Press in your modern round up for a beach wedding!
Design Sponge is definitely one of our favorite blogs. It was my personal introduction to the world of blogging, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Check out our pre-printed Aura notecards featured here.
Loving the monochromatic color palette of this mood board. Our “Sweets” design was featured here over on Snippet and Ink and we think it’s a perfect addition. The blind deboss used on the invitation is subtle but adds so much texture without going crazy with colors. We think that using bits of color here and there mixed in with lots of layers of texture can be so gorgeous.