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Collaborating with calligrapher and artist Emily Merrill Collins for her sister's wedding in Naples just felt "write".  JetSetWed introduced us to Emily and her creative work laid the foundation for a gorgeous wedding design from A to Z.  Emily's calligraphy was incorporated in the designs from the Save the Dates and Invitations both featuring an amazing gold doiley lining and backing to the playful flamingo pattern that set the tone of whimsical, romatic fun for Amy and Brian's big day.  These ideas not only looked good on paper but they came to life through the gorgeous florals provided by Isn't She Lovely and amazing moments captured through the lens of Set Free Photography.  We're celebrating the publication of this incredible wedding in Southern Weddings by sharing a few of our favorite moments and creations for this unforgettable event.  This wedding had all the "write" things!

Published in Papertales
Friday, 09 August 2013 17:04

Chandelier - Kayla and Justin's Papertale

Having shared an office space with Jet Set Wed has led to endless opportunities for us to create fabulous stationery for Kehrin’s clients. Kayla & Justin were no exception. The inspiration for their invitations came from the chandelier that hung so beautifully in Kayla & Justin’s home and also Kayla’s love for pink! Moving forward with Kehrin’s elegant vision of this stationery suite, we were able to create timeless blush, black and charcoal pieces. Photographed by the talented Hunter Ryan Photo.

Published in Papertales
Tuesday, 09 July 2013 16:33

Safari Inspired Styled Wedding Shoot

We are so wildly in love with this safari inspired photo shoot! We had the special honor of being involved in the Naples Zoo at Caribbean Gardens annual bridal photo shoot event. Here photographers are entered in a contest and have 30 minutes to capture the shots they can get and create a story board to submit. Whoever racks up the most “Likes” on Facebook wins the grand prize. Here are some amazing pictures from one of the contestants, Hunter Ryan Photo.

Published in Papertales
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