Monday, June 27, 2011
Sunday, April 24, 2011
|Here are some samples from last few weeks that I just LOVED and wanted to share!|
|Cornflower blue and mint custom wedding guest book with matching card box book done in a Coptic stitch|
|Vintage Sheet Music Guest Book bound in a Coptic stitch|
|cornflower blue guest book with white daisy bound in a Coptic stitch|
|unique double bound guest book opens in the center bound in a Coptic stitch this one is done in a white fabric with an elegant print with light pink ribbon for the tie|
|dark gray fabric with white polka dots book custom guest book and card box to |
match with yellow ribbon for a splash of color
|purple guest book with aqua ribbon and butterfly embellished name card book bound in a Coptic stitch|
|pink and white damask guest book with white framed name card|
|custom guest book done in light yellow and stone print, custom page layout. I added a piece of fabric that my customer will use in a frame for the "Please sign out Guest Book" sign next to the book.|
|Green white and blue guest book double bound with fun questions for you |
guests to answer inside. Custom Guest Book.
|teal and coal custom wedding guest book with vintage sheet music name card boarder|
|yellow, black, gray and white custom wedding guest book and card box|
|purple with aqua custom wedding guest book with peacock feather added to the name card|
|navy ivory print used for the cover adding yellow ribbon and monogram for this custom wedding guest book|
|orange and fuchsia wedding guest book and pen to match custom done in polka dots for a modern feel|
Thursday, April 21, 2011
email@example.com they start at $36.
|I can create a card box with vintage maps!|
Wednesday, April 6, 2011
Colorful Envelopes! What a great way to add more color to your custom envelope wedding guest book!
I would be happy to mix them up too! Add 2 to 3 colors per page.
Here is an example of one I just created this week!
I have been using colorful printed pages when people ask.
I just added the option to the envelope guest book listing in my shop.
Saturday, March 26, 2011
I have always loved the color teal, so rich and elegant but it can still be fun and modern. You can pair teal with many other colors like copper, yellow, black, lime, gold, orange, navy, olive and always ivory or white. I'm starting to see it alot, brides using more then just the two or three color schemes. This allows you to be more flexible with the color of items in your wedding and keep things from getting to matchy matchy.