wedding accessories

2011: A Year of Invitations

I’ve had so many great Brides and Grooms last year.  Creating their custom invitations was always challenging and great fun for me.  I’ll be posting some of my “favorites” in the next few weeks.  I hope you are as inspired as I am!

Sara and Kyle used their custom monogram and logo for the wedding invitations, water bottle labels and towels.  The reception menus and drink cards also followed suit.

Wedding:  July 16, 2011 at Vista West Ranch, Dripping Springs, Texas

Photography by Darci Siteri of Innovative Photography, Austin, Texas

Event Planner, Barbara Hearne of Barbara’s Brides, Austin, Texas

Invitations, Reception Stationery, Logo by “yours truly” Dragonfly Designs Invitations, Austin, Texas

Print process: 2 color Letterpress




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Let there be MUSIC!

Heather and David met while making music together and their marriage will allow them to continue. Their wedding theme was music, colors red and yellow and Heather’s favorite flowers…Sunflowers. A colorful burst for a late July wedding.  The invitations, menus, programs, napkins, table numbers and seating chart were all centered around their love of music.

Photography by Tyler Schmitt of  The Mill Photography Studio

Invitations and Stationery by Kathy Reece of Dragonfly Designs

July wedding in Austin

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Wedding Reception Seating Charts or Placecards?

Will your event have assigned seating?   If so, you will need placecards also known as escort cards to direct your guests to the proper table.    Placecards can be simple or customized to coordinate with your decor. They can be displayed in various and imaginitive ways.

How about a twist on the traditional?   Display a decorative seating chart in a beautiful frame.   Place it on an easel at the entrance to your dining area.

Dragonfly Designs will design a unique seating chart for your special event or wedding.

Wedding seating chart

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