For the last couple of months, my life and my art have been focused on one major thing – my wedding. It feels like it’s all coming to a head in the next couple weeks, and I couldn’t be more ready.
I felt the most ready when I finished designing my invitations and got them back from the printer. It felt like everything came together in this one small piece of paper. The anxiety that I had been feeling dissipated and I got really, really excited!
The design of the invitation is definitely reflective of my aesthetic – not too perfect, natural, organic, but still classic and structured. I wanted it to remain true to who I am without freaking my grandparents out. I wanted it to be of this time, but I didn’t want to look back and regret it five years down the road.
As cheesy as it is, I feel like same way about my relationship with Drew – it’s not too perfect, natural, organic, still classic and structured. He reflects who I am, but doesn’t freak my grandparents out. We are living in the moment, but I know this is not something I’ll look on back and regret five (ten, twenty, a hundred) years down the road. The anxiety has dissipated and I’m so very excited for the days to come.
If you are interested in one-of-a-kind invitations of your own, feel free to email me at email@example.com or leave a comment. I can send you a price list and give you some ideas based on your own aesthetic. I know weddings are so so expensive, so I’m happy to try to work with all kinds of budgets!