Sweet Creations is a custom cupcake bakery my sister and her friend started outside the Philadelphia area. It's a small business to start and they fulfill orders for friends, families and coworkers. When they asked if I would design their logo, I was excited to dive right in! What's more fun then designing a sweet logo for a cupcake company? The logos you see in this post are a few of the options I gave them to choose from, well they ended up using all three for various materials for their labor of love.
Thursday, April 12, 2012
Signed, sealed and delivered! The final step in my save the date creations were complete over the weekend. My dear friend and roomie Tracey helped by ironing the hankies around the save the date cards. She then tied a think silver cord around each one. While she put together the hankies and cards I addressed all of the navy envelopes (purchased at Paper-Source.com) with a silver gel ink pen. Carefully I put each package together, sealed it with a dark pink/fuchsia return address label and then they were ready to be delivered. Now that the save the dates are finished I am looking forward to designing and creating our wedding invitations!
Posted by Cassandra Louise at 6:23 AM
Monday, April 2, 2012
Step Two: Finished! The save the date cards which will accompany the printed hankies are now printed and ready to be put together! The cards are A6 in size and printed on a thick paper stock. There was no varnish or UV coating used in the printing process; therefore a matte look was created. The back of the cards have a baroque style pattern in a navy tint. I'm so excited on how they turned out! Next step... addressing all of our envelopes, which will be navy with silver script.
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Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Friday, February 10, 2012
Here is my personal engagement announcement post card I designed. My fiancee and I were engaged while in Jamaica. The front shows photos from the location of the engagement. The theme of our wedding will be vintage lost and found. I chose to put a warm orange filter on the photos on the front and use antique style fonts on the back.
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Tuesday, August 9, 2011
Martha knew exactly what she wanted her wedding invitation to look like. She wanted a simple monogram with two starfish. Since they were getting married in Mexico the simplicity and beach theme went perfectly together. The card stock (although you can not tell above) was a very light ivory.
Posted by Cassandra Louise at 9:42 AM