Autumn Fairy Tale Paper Goods

As seen in Martha Stewart

Table Numbers:
lllustrated a rich green pattern for our table numbers (which were placed into wood that I finished and cut a slit in to match the hand painted salt and pepper bowls)

Welcome Programs:
Designed mini, pocket sized welcome programs for each guest. Inside listed the weekend’s events and recommendations of restaurants, coffee shops, boutiques and local activities. Boulder is such a fun walking town, we wanted to make sure people took advantage and really explored.

Programs:
The ceremony was very special to us so I illustrated a 6 page program that had the same illustration on the cover as I had on the invitations and tied it with the same mixture of colored satin ribbon from our bouquets.

Seating Chart:
I designed and printed an oversized chart with everyone’s name so they could find their table number.

Menu:
Every seat had their own illustrated menu on top of their plate. The floral design related back to the invitations. Everything was served family style to each table. I loved how people got so excited when they found out they didn’t’ have to just pick one item. Menu included items like homemade spinach and cheese ravioli, halibut, pesto chicken, grilled vegetables and more favorites.

Salt and Pepper Bowls:
I bought unfinished wooden bowls on etsy and stained them and food proofed them. And paired them with painted spoons in our color palette to use as salt and pepper bowls on the table.

Guest Book:
My mother in law painted an antique wooden box for us that we used to hold our guest book advice cards in.

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