My workspace is the place at home when I spend all of my morning and afternoon. Since I work on my own, this small space becomes my little studio. Because my being here most of the time, I like to have it as comfortable as possible. It’s important to keep everything tidy and organised and small things like stationeries to boost up my mood in the morning. Head this way to take a look closer on my workspace at home.
This wedding invitation suite was designed for Ryan and Gressa who got married in the infamous Cathedral Church in Jakarta. They hired Lovebirdstories to create a modern and sophisticated monochromatic invitation suite with green colour palette. Something they have in common is they both studied and works in architecture firms. Don’t you agree a common interest may begins the love story? Their love and passions in architecture- simply lead to another page of relationship and construct a happy life together. Read more
I spend lots of time on my desk. Blogging, crafting, working and taking flatlay photographs. It’s my creative cocoon! Sometimes I may get bored or unmotivated. I like to freshen up my desk sometimes. Not a massive change, just by rearranging or adding some darling details. Small things which may change everything. These little things such as match-up stationery are one of them!
My Pinterest wish list was just being overwhelmed by my current colour obsession, copper! This rose gold metallic hue is great to add some accents into your minimalist interior. It looks stylish and adds the feel of luxe in your home. Combine copper with neutral colours and natural materials to create the perfect colour palette.
This floral invitation with the tint of rose gold created a chic and romantic hue, perfect for this Early Fall wedding. The invite was designed for this sweet couple, Okky and Cheren who love oceanic theme for their wedding. Paired with blush pink, the shade of oceanic sets the tone of this invite. I combined whimsical script and a traditional roman typeface on a beautiful invitation suite.