When designing a bridesmaid gift, there are several things I take into an account. I always spend time to listen the bride- asking her vision, personality, wedding style to get some backgrounds and link it up together. Most of wedding parties don’t have a particular theme such as this recent Lovebirdstories project I was handling. The bride just simply asked to incorporate something blue into her bridesmaid gift box. Here are some highlights and tips I think it’s important to create a thoughtful curated bridesmaid gift box for your favourite ladies.Read more
Soft hues and vellum seem to be hitting the major trend of wedding invitations this year. Combining them together creates a beautifully romantic timeless look. When a couple asked me to design their custom wedding invite suite with this combo- I was so thrilled!Read more
No words are enough to describe how thankful I’d like to express to all my bridesmaids who supported me during the wedding preparation, shared love and joyful tears and rose the glasses high to celebrate my special day. To show my appreciation, I put together a thoughtful welcome gift for each of them on the day. It was a beautiful day for me and I wanted them to feel loved and special too.
Beside planning the wedding, I had so much fun doing some DIYs for my wedding as you can tell. I loved the process is just as much as the wedding day itself. If you decide to do a bit of DIY for your wedding even you’re not a crafty person, this DIY trick definitely works our for you. It’s so easy and simple to create your own DIY velum confetti cones. Follow along to find out the how to steps.
As a graphic designer, you might think designing my own invitations would be a piece of cake. In fact, I was dwelling on deciding the concept of our invitations. We all agree that invitations are so important to set the tone of your wedding and create the first impression of the overall design. Alright, the pressure was on. I stepped back a bit to think how do I normally begin the design process with my clients. The process of trying to link the couple’s lovestory and infuse some personality into a piece of paper.