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Today’s artist feature highlights modern artist Mark Rothko. Markus Yakovlevich Rothkowitz was an American painter of Lithuanian Jewish descent. Rothko is described as an abstract expressionist and known for his attention to color, shape, composition, and depth. Blank space, striking lines, and intentional balance are all features of modern artist Mark Rothko’s work. His paintings […]

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Our semi-custom collection, The Artist Collection, is inspired by our favorite artists. Today, we are highlighting Impressionist painter Claude Monet who inspired our iconic floral invitation suite design. Claude Monet was a French painter and leader in the Impressionist movement. In fact, the term “Impressionist” comes from one of his very own paintings entitled, Impression, […]

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One thing we love highlighting on is how customizable our semi-custom collection truly is! Here we wanted to show you how the same design, our Monet design, takes on a completely different aesthetic in each of these 3 approaches. No. 01 – Black Handmade Paper For a more moody and bold aesthetic, we love using […]

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For the Rachael Ellen Events and Kenzie Victory workshop during October in Paris, France, I was asked to create an invitation suite for this intimate elopement editorial on the Seine. For this editorial I knew I wanted to play around with a classic but fresh color palette, clean lines, and custom monogram details. Little did […]

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If there is one trend that is here to stay it is black handmade paper! Black handmade paper is the perfect way to add an edgy or moody vibe while still keeping your overall invitation suite very romantic and feminine. Since black handmade paper is black, you can’t digitally print or letterpress on it. The […]

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The first time I visited Florence was during university while on my study abroad. Being the art lover I am, I had a mile-long list of things I had to see while in Florence – the Duomo, Gates of Paradise, Da Vinci’s Adoration of the Magi, and of course, Michelangelo’s David. Each day the line […]