Little red (blue) wagon

We have been busy here at the studio this week printing 3 different sets of wedding invitations (stay tuned for those posts in the next few weeks). We’ve been focused so much on weddings, that it was really fun to print these adorable vintage wagon cards for our nephew in Atlanta. We love the vintage graphic paired with the stencil type and can’t wait for him to pick these up.

Spring Blooms

My ¬†husband and I worked in our garden this weekend, digging up weeds and making room for our already emerging spring bulbs. We’ve had a very mild winter and an early spring this year, so we are a bit behind in yard maintenance. Our daffodils have already bloomed and our tulips are starting to bud. Fortunately, we’re right on time with these new ranunculus cards…the first in a series of spring blooms to celebrate this beautiful season.

ranunculus

 

Baby Showers

I went to a very wonderful joint baby shower this weekend for two different moms. Claudine is due with a little girl in 2 weeks and Alissa will be surprised with the gender of her baby when it’s due in 3 weeks. In addition to little dresses, bloomers, and lots of books, I decided that these moms may appreciate a few note cards when the little ones finally arrive.

We made these sweet little cards with a mom and baby giraffe just saying hello to each other. We played with a few different color combinations and finally decided on the gender neutral yellow and gray (seems to be a popular combination here at Studio TEN15).

Hope you love them, Claudine and Alissa, and we can’t wait to meet the newest additions to your families!

hello giraffes

hello giraffes

Wedding Booklets

We’ve been working on Emily and Mike’s wedding invitation booklets for the past few weeks.

Emily and I met a few years ago as we started our journey through graduate school pursuing our Master of Architecture degrees. We became fast friends on a field trip to New Orleans where we shared a lot of laughs and a lot of stories. Little did I know that I had also met Mike numerous times before the prior year at my favorite lunch spot in town. I was thrilled when Emily agreed to work together, along with our friend Rush to create a unique and memorable wedding suite.

Rush and Emily were the masterminds behind the design and we all collaborated back and forth with each other for a few weeks before finally settling on a design that embodies Emily and Mike’s fun and spunky personalities.

We sent off for plates at Boxcar and started pressing on our Craftsmen press a few weeks ago. We mixed a custom teal for the main color and used a light gray and a very dark gray as accents for each of the pages. After pressing, we scored all the pages to allow for ease in folding the booklet pages and we perforated the rsvp page for the tear off reply postcard. We then attached grommets to each booklet and voila, 125 invitation booklets ready to send!

I had so much fun working with Emily, Mike, and Rush–THANK YOU for letting me work with you!

wedding booklet

wedding booklet

wedding invitation

Emily + Mike Part 2…Ready for assembly

We’ve been working for the last few weeks on Emily and Mike’s wedding invitation booklets and finished pressing everything last night and trimmed up all the full bleeds this morning.

The booklets will be fastened with coordinating grommets and we’ll show you the finished suite next week!

invitation booklet

invitation booklet