Stephanie should be the mascot for Wedding Library services. We had fun working with her throughout her planning process, and she visited often. Her wedding was at the Harold Pratt House, and she used the amazing Matthew Robbins Design, via the Wedding Library. She also found her veil at Bride’s Head Revisited, on the fourth floor of our townhouse.
But she worked most closely with our Stationery Director, Linda Hays. I think Stephanie drew from us what the Wedding Library does best. She chose a mix and match, a la carte selection of the most elegant, personalized and unique products that you can find under one roof. Good job! Here’s a taste of how it all came together.
The beautiful table is classic Matthew. Soft hues, lush flowers, a romantic setting. The menu cards are
with a lovely die-cut shape and pattern printed to the edge of the card.
A closer look at the menu, notice the mixed fonts and added motifs and the simple and elegant place card.
The palette of the room appears to be all white — look closely and you’ll notice the shades of pink, amber, green, and glints of silver and glass — beautiful!
The Dauphine letterpress program is classic, and still unique.
I love the invitation and belly band. Knowing how male guests often overlook the details, Stephanie said “Some of Marc’s male friends even complimented him on the invitation — unbelievable!”
The save-the-date is the new Julie Holcomb
photo card — very beautifully printed.
The whole wedding stationery suite can be a complicated process. Stephanie wrote Linda “Thank you for all of your time, energy and advice putting everything together — it was a wonderful experience”. (I think Linda thought so too!)
The happy couple! Congratulations from everyone at the Wedding Library!
Here are some nice words from the bride: ” …Marc and I received many, many compliments …so many friends called the suite elegant, sophisticated, unique — everything I wanted to hear.”
Photos courtesy of Christian Oth.