Wednesday, February 01, 2012

A love story.

This week i need to try and finish our invites to this marriage thing we are doing this summer. As a lover of all things DIY, I can't lie, planning a DIY wedding is frankly a hoot! But I do have a tendency to live in my dreams...where every happening is heavily choreographed to swooning pop songs across wide open skies.  Bringing dreams to life is much different...

Above is our latest pass at the invites...a little more graphic and a little more simplistic. I still need to design our characters, the robot and the monster and address the font...but I am enjoying this direction.  It also is in the vein of the themes that I am hoping to incorporate into my first textile line...so it's a good try two things at once project. 

Finally on another exciting note...fabric sampling has begun for the dress making! Bring on the mood board!

9 comments:

t a n y a said...

that's looking kind of wonderful, Rhya!

rhya said...

thanks tanya...i would love to letter press it...but so many colours...LOL!

Hasdeep said...

Rhya, congratulations on the upcoming wedding! The invitations look great! Have you seen http://weddinggawker.com? When I got married in 2010, it got me into all sorts of DIY trouble!

RZY said...

ooh everything is making me swoon! do you pinterest, rhya? im sure that it would come in extra handy for all the DIY projects you're sure to tackle for the wedding :)

Celine said...

your wedding is going to be the sweetest event of the year rhya!! congratulations!!! We are so lucky we get to see the process of your invites! Looking amazing!

eireann said...

Love it! Good luck with all the planning... let me know if I can help in any way or if you just need a "talk down" ;)

Susan Kendal said...

Beautiful Rhya! So appropo. Still love that you shared our wedding so intimately as our photog, love seeing the day through your lens and eyes. xo!

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Kye Sangha said...

No matter what you do, I know it will be unique & filled with love. I really like how some of the trees look like the classic "tree of life" pattern. Very appropriate!