The number one color I get asked for lately is blush pink, which I totally love too, so I’m all for it when it comes to wedding invites and wedding colors. I’m kind of into geometric shapes lately as well. So I wanted to create something that has shape but then has soft elements like flowers and swirly fonts. I love this new font I just downloaded, it is called Elizabeth. Hope you enjoy this new beautiful design, perfect for a spring or summer wedding. Order it today on my website www.jeneze.com.
Spring and Summer weddings are just around the corner, I’m super excited to share some new designs, starting with this set. Elegant watercolor blooms, classic fonts styles and colors. Beautiful spring engagements. Get this design today and check back to see what else we have new for the season!
Isn’t that what marriage is, a journey, full of excitement, up’s and downs. And all totally worth it! Congratulations Lena and Roman! I hope you had an amazing wedding day. I adore their photos, don’t you? I love the imagery. Simple and classic design for these photo invitations. I also designed matching day of items, menu cards and s’more gift tags.
Wedding season definitely feels like it is in full swing, I’ve been very busy so far this spring, which is great, I love seeing my business grow. But this past weekend it was time for a little break. My husband and I will celebrate 15 years of marriage tomorrow, May 5th. So we headed out for a fun weekend trip. We are so lucky to live in Utah, there are so many awesome places to go. We went on a super cool hike up a slot canyon to a place called Kanarraville Falls, definitely got our feet wet, it was fun! We also spent a day in Bryce Canyon, hiking and exploring. So many vibrant colors and cool landscapes to see. I feel so rejuvenated and inspired, so I’m looking forward to having a great week! Ready to get back to work and can’t wait to share some fun new wedding things coming up! Hope your weekend was relaxing and refreshing too! Enjoy some of my favorite pictures from our trip, happy Monday!