Recent Work: Brittani and Dustin's Wedding Vows

When Brittani of Britt Croft Photography contacted me about writing her and her husband's wedding vows in calligraphy, initially I told her I didn't do letter type wedding vows but if it's more of a print type, I was more than happy to. 

I love visuals, so when Britt sent over her inspiration of having the vows slanted to create a more visual interest, I was excited to get started. I absolutely love carrying out visions that is one of a kind and unique. 

I love how their vows turned out and it is an honor to see it in their home. Britt showed me how wonderful it is to help create something so special that could be a heirloom in the future. 

Wedding vow prints are now available in the shop and can be completely customized and personalized to fit your vision. 

Recent Work: Lettering for Karly Richardson Photography

Karly of Karly Richardson Photography reached out to me to hand letter a verse on a huge wall - two of them 6 feet each - for her Bride City Bridal Show booth here in Columbia, SC. Karly was looking for a flowy lettering that was a right fit with my style. 

We used a Valspar sample paint - I didn't even use all of it - and I painted with a size 9 round watercolor brush from Hobby Lobby. I have to say, it was fun for me to paint and be reminded of why I do what I do. I am so happy that Karly loved the outcome. In turn, I loved how it all came together for her bridal show booth. How gorgeous is the greenery from Amazing Moment Weddings? It just completes and complements it all beautifully.

You'll be hearing more about Karly soon. Her and I collaborated on some new exciting things for Leen Machine Calligraphy brides launching next month.

Karly (left) of Karly Richardson Photography and her lovely assistant at the Bride City Bridal Show in Columbia, SC. 

September Modern Calligraphy Workshop Lexington, South Carolina

It's such a treat to be back at Blush Boutique & Home for a September Modern Calligraphy Workshop. It's the cutest boutique and my go-to for unique gifts for friends. 

Not only was it a fun night, but I am so impressed and proud of these ladies and their work. I seriously had trouble narrowing down which of their work to post so I hope you enjoy them. I am excited to see how they progress in the future if this is their starting point.

From left: Erica, Amber, Alice Ann, Lari, Jennifer and Sandy

Not going to lie, because of how fun this group of ladies were, I can't wait for the next workshop! It is on Tuesday, October 11 at Silver Spoon Bake Shop - more information or to sign up here. 

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A Lowcountry Wedding Feature

Living in the South, I've grown to appreciate everything about it. Okay, maybe not the 100 degree heat but I could go on about the charming small towns, Spanish moss, sweet tea, BBQ and hash, and being a die hard college football fan.  

So when my friend Lorin of Lorin Marie Photography asked me if I could do a South Carolina print and make it a cut out, I was all for it. I love how it turned out and it's one of my favorite pieces to date! Being featured on A Lowcountry Wedding was just the icing on the cake. 

Check out the rest of this romantic, dreamy shoot and all the talented vendors that made it possible.

Photographer:  Lorin Marie Photography // Floral Designer: Tupelo Grove Events // Dress Designer: ASOS // Cake Designer: Bonnie Brunt Cakes // Design and Decor: Charmingly Southern Vintage Rentals // Makeup Artist: Jennifer Nolan Beauty // Calligrapher: Leen Machine Calligraphy & Design // Model: Madison Gebhard // Event Venue: Tanglewood Plantation // Jewelry: The Mrs. Box // Jewelry: Unforgettable Fine Jewelry