Ruth and Bryan – It’s all in the details!

I get to work with so many lovely brides and grooms, which makes it really, really difficult to pick favorites, but this one is definitely towards the top of the list 🙂 Ruth and Bryan got married at the gorgeous Kirkland Country Club in Ohio. We had the pleasure of working with them on their save the dates, invitations, programs, menus, coasters, down to details like pen holders! We designed an organic, a little bit vintage, fresh look that complimented the relaxed, garden-feel of the country club. The modern floral patterns, coupled with an abstract basket-weave pattern created a look that is elegant, formal but still festive and young! This feel was further accented with a gorgeous hand-drawn monogram that we infused into several different items within their stationery wardrobe. Their wedding colors of Navy and Marigold yellow were just great to work with as well.

The best part of it all is how exquisitely our designs were integrated into their event decor. Ruth is an industrial designer and has a flair for putting things together beautifully, as these images clearly show! I love it when couples can use their paper graphics to enhance the feel of their wedding day, and this is how custom design truly shines! For this reason, I always encourage brides and grooms to start their paper selection early on in their engagement, as the look and feel introduced in your paper goods can be a great platform to bounce from for all other wedding planning ideas.

Here are some images of the complete paper ensemble we designed for the lovely couple and other wedding details!

Photography by Genevieve Nisly Photography

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  1. Ruth Prentice

    I just loved what Saima put together for our wedding. Her work was truly the starting inspiration for everything, and as you can see her work was everywhere. I took the invitations Saima created to each vendor so they could get a sense of what we were going for. The results were amazing, even the cookies were inspired by Saima’s graphics. Thanks so much Saima!

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