I love the idea of having a guestbook you can display in your home and enjoy every day. This watercolor of Decatur House was painted by Mary Belcher, a local artist who creates custom works and can help you select the perfect piece for signing and displaying. What a great way to remember the big day!
Image Credit: Jeff Greenough Photography
Planner: A. Dominick Events
From the invitation before the wedding to the dessert bar at the very end, pretty paper goods can help you establish a theme, and set the tone for your whole wedding. Luckily, Rebecca Schley of Design District
, can do it all, creating anything from invites to favor tags, giving your wedding a perfect personalized touch. Rebecca tells us about her graphic design experience and what trends to expect for 2013:
What is Design District, and how did it get it’s start?
Design District is my freelance design business. I am a graphic designer based in DC, and I specialize in designing print collateral – from brochures to invitations to menus.
I got my start designing for events and weddings after an event planner saw my work and asked me if I could design paper good items for her events. I still do some corporate work but the majority of my clients are now event related. I happily work with both planners to brides themselves.
First off, Congratulations to Tess Beeler on winning the Ruth Barzel giveaway! Please contact Ruth at email@example.com to receive your gift card. Yay!
If you haven’t noticed, it is FOOTBALL season! I know that most of the boys – and quite a few girls – in my life are glued to the games these days. As a nod to fall, how about having custom jersey’s serve as your guest book? This wedding used the day and new shared last name on their set. Fun, right?!
Photo Credit: Greg Gibson; Design & Planning: Engaging Affairs
Don’t you think these pretty straws will make any drink taste just a little sweeter? Whether they are for a bridal shower or a reception, printed straws are the perfect addition to any beverage. Cheers!
Image Credit: BHLDN, Cappy Hotchkiss via Snippet and Ink