Not Too Flowery

This summer bride requested flowing vines and flowers that aren’t too flowery for her wedding invitations. With that in mind, these simple flowering graphics gave her the simplicity she wanted with a vintage feel. We backed the cream invitation with a blue card stock to match the flowers and text. Since most of her guests would be traveling to California, she added an information card about how to get there, where to stay and what to expect on the wedding day.

Outdoor Spring Wedding Suite

Congratulations to Megan and Danny who just tied the knot this past weekend. This floral suite features burgundy and purple swirling flowers with brown text. The invitation is backed with a burgundy card stock and accompanied by an RSVP postcard and information card for Sunday Brunch, wedding attire and weather, and the couple’s wedding website. Megan and Danny chose a program fan for their outdoor ceremony, which features a wavy wooden handle and ribbon bow.

Shades of Green

This bride gave me free reign to design her wedding invitations as I saw fit. Her only stipulations were to include many different shades of green and to use my creativity to design a unique stationery set for her wedding celebration.

Her wedding is also not your typical ceremony. She and her military husband have already gotten married once before he went overseas, but were both sick and unable to fully enjoy the event. This time they want to do the celebration right with their family and friends. Congratulations and thanks for allowing me to design your stationery!

Spring Green 1

Spring is here and this bride wanted green to pop on her wedding invitations. The combination of chocolate brown and bright green set the tone for an elegant spring wedding. The reversed RSVP postcard lightened the suite and added a modern touch.

Sage Green Floral Stationery Suite

Pale green flower invitations, ceremony programs, reception cards.

This wedding stationery suite features green vintage floral outlines on cream card stock with deep green backing paper. We use coordinating graphics on placecards, menus, gift tags, reception signs and thank you cards to carry your invitation designs throughout your entire wedding. emDOTzee would like to feature some of our best stationery suites to inspire new brides and show how designs can be used to decorate more than just wedding invitations and programs.

How It All Began 1

Thank goodness my friends enlisted my help for their wedding invitations a couple years ago. If it had not been for them, I may not have found out how much I love designing wedding stationery and how much others enjoyed my work. Here are a few freebies I created before I realized I should turn this hobby into a business.

Thanks Kyle & John!

Thanks Haley & Kevin!

Thanks Priscilla & Chase!

I may not be where I am now without you.