Sandwich Depot April 13, 2012
So excited for my bestie and her fiance! They just purchased a local sandwich shop!!!!! The deli has been in Jacksonville since 2002 and they just became the new owners! This is an exciting new adventure for them and I couldn’t be more happy for them. With that being said, they wanted a new logo for the deli. It never really had a “logo” per say and with the trend of branding these days, they thought they needed to start their own branding. I helped them create their new logo. Matt wanted a city scape and of course we had to incorporate his favorite color, teal in there so here is what we came up with. If you are ever in the area and want a good sandwich, definetly check out the Sandwich Depot. They are located on Powers Avenue, just south of University! Thanks for giving me the opportunity to create your logo! Love you guys!
Beautiful, Beautiful color combination. I loved working with this bride to create her beautiful save the dates and pocket wedding invitations. She came to me with the colors of Cornflower and Coral and I must admit I wasn’t really sure about how I was going to pull it together. We created the Save the Dates with the color blocking and they turned out real cute and playful. We knew for the invitations that she wanted something more elegant but still keeping in her colors. She fell in love with the pocket invitations and wanted a motif and a ribbon….wow….definitely wasn’t sure how it was all going to come together! After designing it and playing around with different combinations, we finally had it! They turned out wonderful! So excited to share these with everyone!!!
Orange Paisley and Ivory Tea Length February 7, 2012
We recently had a wonderful bride that came to us very discourage. She had been searching the internet for the “right” invitation and was striking out with every sample that came in the mail. She had ordered sample after sample and didn’t like ANY of them. Finally, after speaking with a friend of hers that is getting married, she told her to come to Celebrated Occasions and that we would have the “perfect” invitation. After sitting down with Lillie and Nik, her mom and her sister, we searched a few samples and finally came up with her style! Since she is getting married outside at the Keeler property, she was wanting something that might reflect that and the entire feel of her wedding. She loves orange and paisley, so we combined both and created her invitation! It turned out wonderful! Her invitations came to her all tied and ready to mail out. She was so thankful that she didn’t have to tie all those ribbons and tags around the invitations. I become a little of a control freak, so I do enjoy tying all the ribbons, to make sure that they look the way they should we they go in the mail….after all, the invitation is the first thing they see for your wedding, so you want to make a good impression!
Classic Black and Ivory January 31, 2012
I love when I still get those “traditional” brides. Recently, the trend for wedding invitations is color, pockets and more color. I LOVE them! It’s so much fun to create something full of color, that come all packaged up with everything in pockets. It’s so easy, nice and convenient. I’m a big one for “packaging” so the pocket invitations make sense to me. Anyway, I still really do love when I have a bride come to me that is a little more traditional. Love this classic black and ivory invitation with the black organza ribbon. It’s a little twist on Traditional!
Black, Ruby and White January 18, 2012
I just love when I have families come to me to help them create a beautiful event. Recently had a family come to be who was celebrating their parents 40th Anniversary. Such a special time in their lives as well as such a milestone, one that everyone should admire. They were throwing their parents the wedding that they never had and they spared no expense. I was lucky enough to help them create this. We created an adorable save the date with a photo magnet of their parents 40 years ago! We put it in a rudy red jacket and in the mail they went. From there we created the invitation. Going off of the feel for the save the date, we decided that a pocket invitation would be the best! We went with a shimmer black square pocket, paired with a shimmer white top layer that was framed on top of a shimmer ruby red cardstock. We created a beautiful design that adorned the top and bottom corner and carried it through to the enclosure cards. We paired it with shimmer ruby red envelopes to complete the package. From there we created matching table name cards and menus for the table. Absolutely loved creating this for this wonderful family! Congratulation on 40 years of marriage!