One of my BEST friends turned 40 this year and decided to celebrate it with a Birthday Cruise! She gathered 14 family and friends and headed out to the sunny Bahamas. The trip was a blast, but what’s a party if it isn’t properly branded!!! I created these favors for her to give to her guests and LOVE how they came out!!
This summer I had the AWESOME opportunity to create baby shower invitations for one of my closest friends, and it JUST so happens our babies were due a week apart! The theme of the baby shower was Double Trouble with an animal print decor. These invitations fit the bill… Onesie shaped invitations with two lions to represent her princes. This invite can be customized for many different themes and color schemes.
CONGRATULATIONS Hezena and Karloff! I look forward to MANY future play dates 🙂
So a few weeks ago my friend mentioned that her five year old daughter (my God-daughter) started a notebook that contained information for a lemonade stand. The notebook included what she wanted to sell as well her pricing structure and some other details. Not wanting to stifle her entrepreneurial spirit, my friend decided to help her daughter plan out this lemonade stand and helped her with her branding and narrowing down her offerings. The stand was setup at the Easter Egg hunt they have annually and Bunmi’s Sweet Treats was born 🙂 I was SO proud that she came up with the ideas AND executed them. Hopefully this is just the start of her budding creativity!
Cheeseburger cupcakes (obviously made with help from Mom)
Congratulations card I created to CELEBRATE her accomplishment!
Hello World! Since this is my first blog post it seems appropriate that I talk about my first wedding invitation… from MY WEDDING! Wedding’s are an exciting time with lots of decisions to be made. Some brides feel as though the dress is the most important component of the wedding, while others consider the DJ or maybe food to be the most important. In my humble opinion, although maybe not the MOST important component, the invitation is what sets the tone. I wanted it to be fun, simple and organized (a little OCD popped out) while still being elegant. What I came up with was a simple boxed pocketfold invitation.
The outside of the invitation had a royal blue belly band with a gold rhinestone ‘L’ (both of our last names started with ‘L’). Inside, I used a rice paper text layer with a gold woven mat.
I was VERY proud of this invitation, and I believe I succeeded in setting the tone for the wedding and received many compliments.
Let me help you set the tone for YOUR wedding! Fun, Creative Stationery is our specialty and pleasure.
Additional stationery created for the wedding: