Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Beautiful Invitations by Junefille

Today, I asked my friend and wedding stationer extraordinaire, Franchec of Junefille, to share some of their recent work, along with some background and insight into each piece. Fran and I met in the Corporate world a while back, but quickly learned that we both led secret double lives in the wedding world :)

(Commentary below by Fran from Junefille)invite1

invite1bWe set out to find a way to combine Cynthia's youthful presence along with her mother’s traditional view on her daughter’s special event. By focusing on her favorite color, using filigre and a crystal brooch, we were able to give Cynthia an invitation that embraced the young woman she was becoming with a punch of color that kept it her personal style.

 invite2Maria and Nathan wanted a unique twist on traditional invites. We suggested peacock feathers for a chic pop of color. The result is a vibrant look with a classic presentation.

invite3When we first met Sara and Jonathan, they made sure to explain the importance of blending their cultures while still maintaining a modern appeal. The use of cherry blossoms symbolized Sara’s Chinese culture with a modern twist.

invite4 This image above illustrates the many ways couples can add special details to their invites with monogrammed belly bands.


invite5bThe use of floral imagery was very important for this romantic themed wedding. The theme was carried out through all of wedding stationary, down to the elegance with the font treatments.

If you are looking for custom wedding invitations, don’t hesitate to contact Junefille… Their work is stunning, and they will collaborate with you to design invitations that your guests will actually want to KEEP!

Friday, September 4, 2009

Favorite Wedding-Related Reads

Print out this Borders coupon and get yourself 40% off list price of a book!


In store only and it expires on Monday 9/7, so hurry hurry. Looks like you need to sign up for a Borders Rewards Membership, but that literally took me a minute last time, so no biggie!

Here are some of my favorite wedding-related recommendations…

imageThe Knot Book of Wedding Lists: Offers some fantastic tips for brides-to-be’s.

imageFete: The Wedding Experience: Hello, wedding porn at its finest!! Inspiring weddings and great advice by NYC planner extraordinaire, Jung Lee.

Colin Cowie Chic: Fabulous inspiration by THE Colin Cowie…

Wedding Etiquette: And we can’t forget Peggy Post. While its often said that “anything goes” for wedding these days, we can’t just throw away ALL the rules! There are still some niceties and considerations that are just considered good wedding etiquette!

Any recommendations to add?