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When Doodle Dog was asked to participate in the mock wedding for a photography workshop, we were eager to get started. Poser Photography hosted the workshop and one of our favorite planners (and the planner that I ended up recruiting for my personal wedding), Deanie Michelle Events organized and planned the whole event, so we knew it would be great! The only challenge that we faced was the fact that the paper products were added to the planning about a couple weeks before it actually took place, so we didn’t get a chance to really learn much about the theme or design at all until the day of. We were told that there was a succulent theme and family style seating on two large long tables. We also saw a couple images of the venue, Cafe Malaga which was helpful. So we created quite a few items, an invitation suite, program, menu, napkin ring tags, placecards, a few fun signs, and wine bottle labels.
Everything ended up working together perfectly and the event turned out beautifully.
It was a pleasure meeting some new wedding professionals like, Ashley with Ashllium who was the expert florist for the occasion and Adam Key the DJ and a great time had by all!
I have had so much fun working with this bride. It all started a few months back when I created her invitation suite for her. Next up, she requested the “signature” Doodle Dog tag that she could use on her favors that she will be handing out at the wedding.
Lastly, we created her programs and a few other finishing touches like a guest book sign and some reserved signs.
They picked the best music for their ceremony!
Congrats to Shauna and Trey, it was a pleasure working with you and I wish you all the luck on your big day September 25, 2010!
I don’t know about you guys, but I am drawn to all things burlap. I love the rustic rough look of the fabric when paired with a nice soft fabric or flower and the contrast it creates. I am even using burlap at my own wedding to go over the ivory table linens that I got. I think it is beautiful and gives you a unique look if placed in the right setting. So here are some ideas that were originally posted on Once Wed, Snippet and Ink, and Style Me Pretty
I couldn’t resist showing you a little teaser design for my wedding. I’ve had all of the ideas of what I wanted everything to look like tucked away in my brain forever but just hadn’t had a chance to put them on paper until now. This is just a single element of the paper products that I am making for the big event. When it’s all said and done I will have created, table numbers, photobooth cards, photobooth sign, programs, invitations of course, cookbooks, favor tags, escort cards, out of town bag tags, dessert bar tags (in this post), save the dates, rehearsal dinner invites, bridal shower invitations and couples shower invitations… shheesh I should probably get to work!
Hopefully no one that is coming to my wedding will see these…otherwise I will have obviously blown the surprise, but like I said I couldn’t resist. And I love them, so I hope you do too!!!
Navy family recipe dessert bar.
Just so you understand what these all are, at my wedding we are having a family recipe dessert bar. This means that instead of traditional favors each person who attends the wedding will receive a little decorated white box and a little mini cookbook that has all of our favorite family dessert recipes in it. And they will get the opportunity to fill up their little take home box full of samples from the dessert bar, which are all samples from the cookbooks. The 3 tags that are laying on the floor in the pictures will actually be on little stands for the desserts that are going on trays rather than in the jars, I just don’t have the trays yet. Enjoy and let me know what you think!