Southern Weddings Magazine feature

It's cold and gray outside, but we're livin' easy over here and remembering this summertime wedding.  From start to finish it was carefully curated and thoughtful and just overall very happy. The best! Wedding Photos by Kristyn Hogan

walking down the aisle
petal cones

Custom Rose Petal Cones we created for the backs of guests chairs. And a pashmina station in case guests got a chill. 

petal cone & sign

Escort Cards we designed with die-cut magnolia blooms inside the pockets. Topped with a wax seal of the magnolia tree from the invitation suite. Custom Cocktail Napkins below.

stiff drinks

Custom fry cones with magnolia pattern for a late night snack. 

french fry cones
fab tent
just married

More pics and details to come! 




Downtown Nashville, Rooftop Celebration

Seeing that we're in Music City, we get asked to create Nashville style invitations a lot. Always trying to reinvent our wonderful skyline! This engagement party took place on a rooftop so we came up with this design as a different take on our downtown skyline. A dreamy nighttime scene with buildings in the distance. We watercolored the background, then used copper foil on top.

Calligraphy By Val Cole

tye die and foil
downtown nashville invitation
close up invitation custom stamp

A Taste of Tennessee, watercolor invitation

The sights, sounds, and tastes of Tennessee spread across this watercolor painting to give guests a sense of whats to come. We created this custom design for The Tennessee Economic Partnership. Little east, west and middle of the state all represented. A pretty watercolor map and we topped it off with stamps of some Tennessee kings. 

photography by Mary Craven Dawkins

tennessee stamps closeup
tennessee watercolor close
tennessee flags backer
watercolor invitation suite
tennessee invitation

outdoor, cabin side wedding - nashville

This wedding was a mix of rustic-chic for two outdoors enthusiasts. Sara Fried of Fete Nashville created such a unique setting of wood texture mixed with romantic florals. Delicate string lights hung in the trees, feathers, antlers, and soft florals along the farm tables outside, and everything set against the couples log cabin home in the background. Lot's of romantic details and the beautiful bride was so glamorous, but her best buddy, Amos-the-dog, almost stole the show. Almost! 

We designed the wedding invitation by re-creating the family crest into one more personal to the bride and groom. Inside we watercolored the log cabin home and added their canine friend who's king of the castle. Everything was letterpress on felt paper then backed with wood grain stock to add more texture. This was a fun one and we loved working with this wonderful group of folks. 

Wedding Planner Sara Fried, Fete Nashville

All photos courtesy of Kristyn Hogan