The flowers in her hair, the dreamy summer palette, the bow ties and the perfect touch of polka dots has me thinking this wedding is something out of a fairy tale. This favorite (of mine) Connecticut wedding location, Florence Griswold Museum was the perfect backdrop to this whimsical wedding that I had the honor of creating stationery for. Enjoy a peek into their wedding and all the sweet details <3
So honored to have been a part of your day Katy + Jerimiah! Wishing you endless days of love Xx
Photography: Ali + Julie
Design + Planning: Diana, Jubilee Events
Stationery: Patti Murphy
Tent: Chase Canopy
venue: the florence griswold museum
catering: emily’s catering
hair and makeup: jennie fresa
videographer: buzz media
dj: dj eko
Dress: Hayley Paige
Florist: Just For You Floral Design
Lighting + Draping: Ryan Designs
Hi there! I am working on a branding project for an organization that is working to preserve historic farmland. So many things to be inspired by: nature, animals, textures, vintage farm/fair posters, packaging, vintage, lino cuts, block printing–and so much more…
Here is the final mood board I created, and some more farm vibe eye candy.
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Whoa! I can’t believe I have not shared anything with you guys here since April! As always lots of old and new projects to share, and fall and winter time always seems to be the best time for me to “catch up” on my portfolio and documenting work and life. So hopefully more frequent posts coming your way!
So excited to share the newly launched brand for Mosaic. Mosaic provides sophisticated rental linens and fabric decor for special events throughout the world. To celebrate their 15 years of business a new look was in order that was both classic and current.
It was important in the re-brand to stay true to their values and design aesthetic. A few things played a significant role in the development of the new look were the use of a quatrefoil motif, and maintaining a reference to their signature colors while softening and neutralizing their previous palette.
Mosaic, said it perfectly the explanation of what inspired the new mark below:
“Combining clean & classic with fanciful & decorative elements, we wanted to update our logo, ultimately creating a cohesive design which captures the look and feel of our brand. In choosing a modified quatrefoil motif as our accent, it was our intention to define our brand with a shape that is founded in strong symbolic roots but is viewed as current and relevant to today’s world as well. This symbol has been seen throughout the ages in a variety of applications. In some cultures, it has symbolized good luck and harmony. In others, it represents the synergy of the four ends of the world. The four lobes combine geometry and symmetry, and its Latin roots are derived from “four leaves”. Our interpretation playfully merges classic elements and modern decorative detail, paralleling our business desires to encompass a variety of styles in new and original ways.”
We are all so happy with the outcome! Be sure to check out their website that was updated with all of the new elements that we created for the brand.
Congrats Mosaic, Inc! Cheers to many more successful years in the event industry.
As always, love to hear feedback in the comments!
In need of a major design break so decided to jump on and share the moodboard for the branding project I am currently working on.
Isn’t it joyful? YES! Cheery + upbeat is definitely what we are going for! This moodboard is for an artist and teacher who is interested in cultivating a culture of joy, compassion and love that will have a ripple effect onto others and make the world a better place. We are working on building a brand for her that is recognizable and professional.
I was just working on digitizing some sketches. I am playing around with organic circles and natural elements which she wanted to possibly incorporate. Having a lot of fun and can’t wait to share some of the progress. If you follow along on snapchat: saltmystic you may have seen some sneak peeks at some sketches.
hi there! I am looking to hire a creative assistant who is interested in working in a small and growing creative business! The shop/studio is located in Mystic, CT and I would love the new member of the team to be on location 2-3 days and up to 20 hours a week. Hours and days are flexible week to week. Candidates should have an appreciation of art & design, maybe just LOVE it!
Some of the job responsibilities that I am looking to have help with:
- Studio Operations
- Retail (window displays, inventory tracking, customer service, organization)
- Order Fulfillment
- Paper Production Work
- Social Media Assistance
- Tasks on both the administrative & creative side of business
- Blogging – any knowledge in wordpress is a plus but not required
- Misc. Tasks
Send resume to firstname.lastname@example.org
I’d love to hear from you and spread the word.
Hi friends! This week flew by for me! I have been in a crazy whirlwind of save the date and invitation designing. Lots of paper projects in the works and I couldn’t be happier. I also have been devoting a few hours a day to working on the new Salt online shop as well as planning out the look + feel for the product line that is in the works. So excited to get to creating, but for now mostly planning!
Here are some links for the weekend—enjoy!
Creativity // Creative Mornings launched a weekly newsletter! Get on the list!
Design // Lots of Wedding Invitation Design Inspiration
DIY // Copper Office Wall Organizer
Decor // Drooling over this Swedish Apartment
Shopping // I would wear this everyday • THIS striped dress!
Doors // The doors of Palm Springs (If you follow me on Instagram you know I love doors!)
Weddings // Elegant Brooklyn Wedding—captured by the wonderful Julia Elizabeth Photography
Weekend Eats // Blueberry Swirl Muffins • Superfood Veggie Spring Rolls
Vibes // 3 Ways to Avoid Someone Else’s Stressful Vibes
Business // Career Advice From Women Who’ve Built Billion-Dollar Businesses
PMD posts just in case you missed it:
01.28.16 • Recent Work // Covet Bridal Branding
01.26.16 • Red! Girls Night Out
01.23.16 • Madewell Spring 2016
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Hello all! Excited to share the final branding for Covet Bridal. Covet Bridal offers a highly curated selection of bridal gowns that are available for rent or purchase. I LOVE this idea, and I think a lot of brides out there will appreciate this opportunity to shop the most coveted gowns from around the world at affordable prices, and still have that high-end boutique shopping experience. I loved working with Chelsea, who also owns the successful + charming bridal boutique in Connecticut, Everthine Bridal. Chelsea had a clear vision for the Covet brand and definitely used her bridal expertise to guide how she wanted the look + feel to be for her customers. Look forward to hearing what you think of the branding! & P.S Sold out, but I am obsessed with this Rime Arodaky dress.