Friday, May 15, 2009

a very good start

as you can imagine, picking the invitations for our wedding was one of my favorite parts of the planning process - i (i'm not even going to pretend to say "we" here - Evs could care less about the paper, so long as it wasn't slathered in baby pink) toyed with the idea of designing our own suite, but when i found The White Aisle, i knew Rebecca's designs would fit perfectly with our wedding.

not only were her designs spot on (the "Vintage" design we chose actually mirrored the lace on my dress to a T - one of those details that probably only i noticed, but still), but working with Rebecca was a real pleasure. between colors, fonts, and sizing, i probably changed my mind 824 times, but Rebecca was so patient and helpful throughout the entire process.

and of course, i couldn't have been more pleased with the final product - i literally wanted to throw all the gorgeous letterpress pieces on the bed and roll around in them, that's how much i loved them. seriously - i had to restrain myself.

so today i am very honored (both as an intense-paper-lover and a me-so-pretty-former-bride) to be featured on White Aisle's blog - check it out if you haven't already - not only do you get to see her gorgeous paper, favor and jewelry products, but she has beautiful wedding inspiration for all you brides-to-be!

yay for Friday!


  1. beautiful! everything was perfect and the colors are just outstanding. the paper was truly beautiful!

  2. beautiful! I love to see another person who gets as excited about paper as I do. I made my own invitations though. By hand. They turned out badass but dude, that was a lot of work.

  3. Your invitation is still sitting in my bathtub. That might sound strange, but know that I never take baths so I end up kind of collecting things in there. No way I'm throwing it away.

  4. you really did do a fabulous job on your wedding!

  5. So so pretty! I loved your colors you used!! Everything looked perfect :)

  6. I adored your invitations.

    Random, but I actually ordered my save-the-dates and wedding programs (in the "Frosting" pattern) from The White Aisle too. In any event, I really liked working with her & would recommend them.

    To conclude, my jealousy of Champagne Thursdays continues apace. I may have to teleconference myself in or something.

  7. My favorite things from our wedding were our white aisle invites. Your invite is still on my fridge, ya know.


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