Friday, February 5, 2010

Whimsical Romance, III

Megan Gonzalez of Mae Mae Paperie was responsible for all of the delightful paper goods created for Jessica Claire's glorious photography workshop that has me absolutely smitten with glee. The goal was to create exquisite details for Jessica to use to teach workshop attendees her personal tips and tricks for shooting magazine-worthy wedding details. With a royal list of elite vendors on board, this faux wedding photo shoot was infused with the most charming design and styling that I have ever seen created. Kind of right out of a dream. And here are more of the details that have me floating on cloud nine...

Introducing the Up & Away invitation suite created by Mae Mae Paperie. I love the ever so soft, subtle, muted colors that pair perfectly with the vintage hot air balloons. My definition of lovely perfection.

Photo Credits: Mae Mae Paperie

A glimpse of a few shots that incorporated the vintage balloon stationary elements.

Photo Credits: (1) Brandon Kidd Photography, (2) Style Me Pretty via Mae Mae Paperie, (3) Brandon Kidd Photography

A lover of fine paper goods myself, I strongly believe in gorgeous correspondence. Stationary elements are a wonderful way for hostess' to indulge in the popular DIY movement. Crafty and chic pieces can be created on a budget that's friendly on your pocketbook with a bit of creativity. For this workshop, Summer created a cohesive design by incorporating various elements of vintage paper goods.

"One of the most affordable ways to incorporate a consistent look throughout your wedding is through the use of paper. Whether you choose a pattern, a solid color or even type, paper can be a rather affordable decorative element that is so versatile, you really can't lose. If your handy with the computer, savvy with scissors or know your way around a copy machine, the possibilities (from paper flowers to paper cranes) really are endless." -Summer Watkins of Grey Likes Weddings via Utterly Engaged



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