July 12, 2013

SPOTTED | Nicole & Adam's Wedding



This is one heck of a wedding we stumbled across on Style Me Pretty. Our clients, Nicole & Adam put so much thought and love into their special day...and it really paid off. 
They used our Vintage Label Save the Date Stamp on the back of these gorgeous butterfly postcards. A great idea!!


The cutest idea for a guest book. Ever.



Sweet and soft calligraphy on tea stained escort card tags. 
Calligraphy by Bailey Amon of Antiquaria.







Nicole used awesome letter-pressed frames for her table numbers as well as signs throughout the reception.


Congratulations Nicole and Adam!

Vendor List:
Wedding Photography: Elisabeth Millay Photography / Assistant Photographer: Kelly Kollar / Wedding Venue: The Metropolitan Building in Long Island City, New York / Wedding Planning: Kate O’Donnell Diaz of Green Apple Weddings / Floral Design: Saipua / Officiant: Jeddah Vailakis / Wedding Cinematography:Tree of Life Films / Catering: Bartleby & Sage (Formerly Sage Events) / Wedding Cake: Collette Foley / Cannoli: Caputo’s Pastry Shoppe / Wedding Stationery + Guest Book: Nicole Caputo (The Bride) / Album:Velvet Raptor / Calligraphy: Antiquaria / Music: DJ Gaza of 74 Events / Thumbprint Tree: Bleu de Toi / Wedding Dress: Le Spose di Gio / Bride’s Cathedral Veil: Peter Langner / Bride’s Birdcage Veil: Tia Mazza / Hair + Makeup: Tiffany Bednash
















6 comments:

  1. Love your blog! I've been looking for inspiration for my wedding stationery and this has really helped. Thank you!

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    1. Thrilled to hear it! Thanks for reading:)
      xo
      Bailey

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  2. Lovely blog, i love the photos, must say there was some very nice decoration on that wedding and gorgeous stationery. I hope you wont mind me to use some ideas that i have seen here :)

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    1. Thanks for reading! Of course we don't mind...thrilled to hear you've been inspired to create:)

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  3. Your envelopes for the guest book are PERFECT! Please tell me how/where they were done?

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    1. Aren't those great! The bride did that herself ( I believe)...so I'm not sure how they were made. I imagine she took apart a small envelope and made it a template, cutting the rest from patterned paper. Hope that helps!
      xo
      Bailey

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