Spring Blossom Laser Cut Wedding Invitation Suite

This is probably my FAVORITE wedding suite I design to date. Ask me again in several months and my answer might change. 🙂 I’ve always been a big fan of laser cut and this floral one is simply beautiful! It has a shimmery incandescent sheen to it. It is printed on a shimmery metallic light peach/coral paper. It’s adorned with a wax seal which are reminiscent of letter writing of old. I’ve enclosed this entire suite inside a white translucent vellum envelope so the viewers can get a glimpse of what’s to come.


This entire suite, along with the wedding favors seed packets and dessert toppers are available on my shop! Please visit the shop section or click on this link to view it on my etsy shop.



Traditional Vietnamese/Chinese Wedding Gowns for your Wine Bottle!


If you’re looking for something special to add to your traditional vietnamese/chinese wedding ceremoney…these wine covers wedding gowns will definitely be a statement piece! These will be beautiful gifts for the groom’s family to bring to the bride’s family (per Vietnamese tradition). Please message me if you are interested in purchasing any of these outfits! They are not listed on my etsy shop because I am not skilled in the art of sewing…unless you count sewing on buttons!

G L A S S V I A L S | Wedding Favors


Can you tell these are my new wedding favors obsession?!?! I love finding new items that I can put into these little glass vials. So far I have a beach theme, a garden theme, and a spa theme (perfect for bachelorette favors for spa retreat!). I’m sure there are sooo many other things you can fill these with that will go great with your wedding theme. I’m thinking breath mints with a “Mint to be” signage or as thank you (no really thank you…it’s a gift for us both lol). Yes I can go on. The bottom image is filled with lavender, rose clay, pink himlayan salts, and tiny rosebuds. Perfect size for a nice relaxing bath!

These are my garden theme and are filled with pebbles, moss, and silk flower. These glass vials are like dreams in a bottle. Something from the apothecary.