I love it when I get new clients who are really excited about and interested in their wedding invitations being handmade. This is quite often the case, although there are some people who are just not as exuberant about the whole thing as Tracy.
Tracy found me through my Etsy shop and right away I knew I would enjoy working with her. Also from Connecticut, she wanted a fall-themed invitation with a rustic, casual vibe--no organza! In her own words, "organza makes her fingers twitch". Easy enough! Oh, and by the way, she said--I'd be doing this invitation for two brides, neither of which, she assured me, would be Bridezillas!
This is going to be a really fun and special event. Tracy and Amy and have been together for a long time and are just ecstatic to be making it official in front of their loved ones. The wedding is taking place at a rustic lodge setting in Connecticut--take a look at the response cards!
What a funny way to accept or decline an invitation. The night will be filled with fabulous dance music (though Tracy promises not to overwhelm with '80's pop!), a tremendous buffet furnished by the best chef in town, and a table overflowing with handmade cupcakes!
The invitation has an acorn theme is comprised of a matte chocolate brown book-style folio, layered with metallic copper and printed on recycled ivory stock with an organic fleck. The pocket houses a response card and direction insert, while the whole suite is held together with a belly band printed with a quotation that reads "The things I would not do for you are few".
Best wishes, Tracy and Amy, for a memorable wedding day and a long and happy life together.