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Filtering by Tag: paper goods

tablescape tuesdays | vol 8

hannah shih

I heart colorful weddings! This one is so graphic, bold, and holds so much personality!

spotted via  Ruffled

spotted via Ruffled

This wedding was inspired by CMYK colors, which refers to the four inks in color printing: cyan, magenta, yellow and key (black)! They incorporated the colors in various ways, but I especially love the CMYK sand in the succulent mason jars, as it pairs nicely with the colored candle votives.

paper goods made just for you

hannah shih

I am obsessed with these darling paper goods from Mel + Dan's wedding spotted on Green Wedding Shoes!


The paper goods + invites were designed by the groom, Dan, in house at his business Vahalla Studios. I love the usage of their faces + their two dogs -- it's so simple but also playful and personalized, and really sets the mood for their picnic wedding in the country.


I don't even know this lovely couple and I love them already. That's the impact awesome paper goods can have, and of course with the amazing pictures taken by Lemon Lime Photography!

Just like Mel + Dan, going the non-traditional route with paper goods + invites is not only a great way to get your guests excited about your big day, but to also showcase who you are as a couple. Hands down, one of the coolest I've ever seen.

oh, what fancy letterings ...

hannah shih

Isn't calligraphy just so darn lovely? It's such a beautiful form of art, but I've found out that due to the absence of proper devotion and lack of recognition -- calligraphy is prone to extinction!



I don't mean to be melodramatic, but it's such a shame that it's becoming a declining skill. Calligraphy on envelopes, thank you cards, wedding invites, etc make it so chic and personal -- who wouldn't want that??

After much thought, I've decided that it's my duty to learn calligraphy. I bought this kit and hope that the "E"

for excellent I got in handwriting in the 2nd grade means that I'll do great. I'll keep ya'll posted!