Meet the ladies of the studio Ann, Ruth, Bekka and Carolyn.
Our whole staff have been working long hours to keep up with all our fabulous brides needs. Some days we look at the clock and wonder where the day even went. Luckily as we were entering the busy season Carolyn our newest member to the team couldn’t have worked out better. She is amazing and has mad organization skills, so what I’m saying is WE LOVE HER!
With printers running non stop, paper stacked to the ceilings, and the smell of ink in the air you could say we’re running at full speed here at the studio. If you're in the wedding industry you know just how crazy things can get, but there’s never a dull moment around here either, because like the saying goes “When it rains, it pours... but soon, the sun shines again”. So what I’m saying is when the sun is shining we like to have fun! So cheers to the Ann Elizabeth ladies, and enjoy the group of photos I found from a shoot a while back.
We were excited to work with Utah Bride and Groom Magazine as a sponsor of the 2014 White Party. It's an event that anyone in the wedding industry in Utah shouldn't miss! This isn't our first time at designing an invitation for a white party, but we wanted to make sure this was extra special for the event. We ultimately decided that metallic silver foil on paper with swirls reminiscent of moire fabric was just the right fit. The white ink on metallic silver envelopes was the perfect finishing touch of the set.
The picture below says a thousand words about the gorgeous sunsets we experience in Utah and The Tower at Rice-Eccles Stadium was the perfect choice to show off Utah's gorgeous skyline and sunset. Not to mention that the weather here is warming up for spring and the grass is greening up, the bulbs that have laid dormant all winter are all showing their green heads, it's a great time of year to be in Utah.
The decor by Soiree Productions was beautiful. Take a look at those chairs... gorgeous! Kudos to Soiree Productions for pulling together a gorgeous white inspired color palette.
And finally those lovely ladies are some of the Ann Elizabeth crew who attended the party and enjoyed bubbly and the company of all who attended. Thank you Ruth and Bekka for representing Ann Elizabeth!
Fun stuff for guest to do at your reception!
With all the different things that go into planning a wedding have you ever thought of what you can do to enhance your guest experience? We have some fun ideas to entertain your guests and have them talking about your wedding for years to come.
The Crossword Puzzle:
This is so witty; that’s why it’s my first pick. This is sure to have your guest talking and enjoying some fun facts about the bride and groom.
My second pick is “The Story”. This couple used the back of their menu to tell the story of how they met; their journey from beginning to the day he pop the question and she said “Yes”! If your guest didn’t know all the cute facts of how you fell in love they will now. What a great personal way to share your life with your loved ones.
The Cootie Catcher:
My third pick is “The Cootie Catcher”. This reminded me of being a kid playing with my friends to see what our fortune would be. I love this one because who wouldn't want to pick it up and start playing with it immediately. It’s a great way for young and old to be entertained!
We'd like to send a giant congratulations to Nikki McKeon, our Bride of the Month for October!
We can't say how much we enjoyed working with Nikki to make her dream invitations come to life. She was so much fun to work with, and we can't say enough good things about her.
You'll want to take a look at her feature over on our website if you haven't already! Her invitations are the perfect combination of down-home fun and classy all at once.
I stumbled on to the Bridal Musings blog and totally geeked out! OK, so I know that this post doesn’t involve stationary but since it’s Halloween I just had to post it. This couple chose to do a zombie attack engagement photo shoot! So original and perfectly shot by Amanda Ryna. We really love working on projects that pull the client’s personalities into the project - so our word of advise is not to be afraid to ask your vendors for something really unusual. Chances are the professionals that you choose to work with will not only happily oblige, they’ll actually be inspired by your inventiveness.