Saturday July 9, 2016

June’s Projects

June was another whirl wind month, it’s July already?

Let’s jump in…

Jolly Edition June 2016 Blog Post. Tri-fold Floridian retro jungle invitation, rsvp and map. illustation by Laura Shema
One of the funnest pieces we've done. It is a tri-fold invitation, program, map card and detachable RSVP in one. The best part is that the aesthetic is a retro inspired Floridian jungle, complete with a flamingo, a crane, a panther, and sea turtle – to name a few special species. We loved painting the animals, the florals and everything in between for this massive project. More to come on it's own project page, we will show off all of the details.
Jolly Edition June 2016 Blog Post. Asticou Maine invitation, rsvp and directions card illustrated by Stephanie Shafer for Jolly Edition
We started with Caitlin and Andrew's Save the Date last November with forest greens and an orange sunset. This time around is a lot lighter with more teals and blues to invite guests to the big day. Each piece has incorporated specific areas that are near and dear to C&A. Illustrated by Stephanie Shafer.
Jolly Edition June 2016 Blog Post. Malibu wedding Map with Safari animals, llamas, zebras, giraffes. Illustration by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition.
Sejin and Mike are marrying in Malibu and wanted us to create a map of their venue, Chateau Le Dome. Below the venue is a Safari with a camel, zebras, giraffes and our personal favorite, llamas.
Jolly Edition June 2016 Blog Post. Guache flowers for Canadian backyard, shore wedding. Illustration by Laura Shema
A snippet of an upcoming invitation for Sam and Joel, fun spirited florals for this Canadian duo.
June 2016 Blog Posts. Golden Gate Bridge for tri-fold wedding invitation.  illustrated by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition
Another peak into a project that's developing. A bright red Golden Gate Bridge in front of a soft, foggy backdrop.
June 2016 Blog Posts - Map for modern upscale restaurant giant Think Food Group, José Andrés digital map. illustrated by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition
We created a digital map for modern upscale restaurant giant Think Food Group and José Andrés. This is just a detail of it so far, there's more to come.
June 2016 Blog Posts - Pastry Guide for local Baltimore gem Park Cafe illustrated by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition
Pastry Guide postcard for local Baltimore gem Park Cafe.
June 2016 Blog Post - new york tropical programs and table cards illustrated by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition
Another follow up for Kortni and Andrew from the last few months. Completed program and table cards.
Los Angelos, Hollywood invitations, rsvp, table cards and rehearsal invitation for Kate Gersten and Matthew Shire illustrated by Laura Shema for Jolly Edition
Michael Thomas Events was kind enough to Instagram us this shot for Kate and Matt's stationery on the day - they were celebrating during the 4th of July weekend. Check out @michaelthomasevents and us @jollyedition on Instagram for more updates

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