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July 2018’s Projects

St. Michael's Cathedral Basilica, Toronto's Fermenting Cellar wedding stationery
Such a fun and beautiful fold out invitation, tear-away rsvp postcard and custom floral liners! Perfect for Josine and Sal's late summer wedding.
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"Ain't love the sweetest thing?" is their wedding motto, and is the first thing Josine & Sal's guests see as they open their invitations, and unveil the inside information, topped with a small portrait crest at the top of the beautiful couple.
Baltimore Zoo illustrated wedding stationery
Christina & Thomas’ custom stationery for their wedding at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. The playful illustration style made painting a lion, tiger, giraffe, elephant and penguins (along with C&T) super duper fun!
Carmel Valley, CA custom map and wedding stationery
I love, love, love California, and was so excited for Caroline & Thaddeus' sophisticated Carmel Valley invites. A paired down earthy design, a mix of traditional and script font, with illustrated accents on the invite and reply card. Their information card had content on the back with a full illustrated painting of Carmel Valley on the front which delivers an impactful contrast.
Edinburgh, Scotland save the date custom illustrated design
There’s so much to love about Kirsty & Gery’s custom save the date design. The maps’ landmarks had particular familial importance while creating a treasure map of fun activities for the visiting guests. “We need to find a unicorn!” said Kirsty’s niece.
Mexico City wedding illustrated map
Vic y Nick’s Mexico City wedding map and wedding portrait. Featuring Bella’s Artes, Chapultepec, and the Frida Kahlo Museum along with bougainvillea and cacti details.
Mexico City wedding illustrated bride and groom
Vic & Nick's accompanying wedding portrait.
carpenter logo medieval
Andrew, a British carpenter, was looking for a logo that would make him set him apart from the crowd. He couldn't decide between a dragon and a werewolf, so I made both!

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January 2020’s Projects

February 6, 2020

Starting the year off with some personal projects. Working with clients pushes me forward and keeps me on my toes. To keep up that momentum, sometimes I need to clear the cobwebs with projects that are unconnected with the expectation of client work to focus on play. Below are a handful of projects I’ve made Read the rest.

December 2019’s Projects

January 7, 2020

The last month of the year deserves a brief retrospective and if there’s one thing that sticks out to me about 2019, it’s the increasing demand for crests that depict the nuances of the combined personality of each couple + each wedding. I’m featuring a collection of standout crests from the past year.

jolly edition november 2019 blog post

November 2019’s Projects

December 1, 2019

I’ve been working on a lot of projects for one special client, in particular, this November. I wanted to take the time to post a short retrospective on the work that I’ve created for the CPC since last year as their projects have been a lot of fun, the people are lovely to work with Read the rest.

October 2019’s Projects

October 5, 2019

Claire and Howard’s project was so versatile and fully fleshed out that I’m only publishing it now that the big day has come and gone. The aesthetic ranges from formal and elegant wedding day related pieces to the more playful, painterly gifts and accent pieces. It’s an extensive project that I’m proud to have in Read the rest.

September 2019’s Projects

September 25, 2019

Presenting an international group of projects in September!

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