You fall in love with my flowers and not with my roots so when autumn came you didnt know what to do.
It was love at second sight. I recently re-watched the famous French romcom film and I fell in love with it. The first time I watched it was back in college and I didn't really appreciate the cinematography, the quirkiness, the messages that come with this beautiful film. I was so inspired by the quirky, 70's fashion, that I decided to create an invitation for the modern Amelie and Nino couple.
"When a finger is pointing up to the sky, only a fool looks at the finger."
This movie serves as a reminder to all of us to just let our imaginations run free and not let fear get in the way.
For the DIY bride, it is always easier to do a chart than individual escort cards. All you have to do on the day-of is to put it on an easel and let the guests find their way, no need to place individual cards out.
The calligraphy is done on a beautiful gold frame, but you can change the back splash of the frame depending on the aesthetic of the wedding. In this case, I wanted to go for a whimsical-chic look so I chose this pop of color.
the new craze in many weddings I see now are all about acrylic. Acrylic signage, escort cards and menus. I mixed two trends, holographic and acrylic and created a menu that would catch your guests' attention.
I always thought the most romantic thing a couple can do is gaze at the stars in the skies. They would share secrets, stories, jokes and giggle the night away as the night gets darker and the stars get brighter. I was inspired by the moon and the fact that where ever you are (as long as you're in the same side of the world) you can both see the moon at the same time and marvel at its beauty.
Happy Singles Awareness Day