I wanted to thank Les Cardillo for a fabulous photoshoot this week. He did a great job capturing the essence of my work - creatively and fully depicting the quality and uniqueness of each piece I design. If anyone is looking for a great photographer - he's a fab choice! These pieces will be featured in my upcoming Weddingbells ad, and in my portfolio. Cheers!
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Wedding Love Letters...
For a modern twist on your wedding ceremony, here's a beautiful idea that helps support growth and balance together right from the day you get married. As part of your ceremony, write love letters to each other and place into a box along with a bottle of wine. Nail it shut at the wedding. When you have your first fight, open it up, pour the wine, go to separate corners... and read those love letters. Embrace the feeling that even in a time of difference, love is still present.
I absolutely love the personality behind this invitation! Great idea and the design is so uniquely personal. You really feel like you know the happy couple at first glance. What do you think?
The general rule is to order your invitations 5 months in advance. Have them
addressed and sent out early in order to provide enough time for family and
friends to book off your wedding day and make travel plans if necessary. Have
you ordered yours yet?
Bloggin' with Hayles
Write something about yourself. No need to be fancy, everything about you is fabulous!