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Posted on April 1, 2022 by Cari
Categories: in WEDDINGS
 
September is a gorgeous month for weddings here in central Indiana. The summer days still linger, with most days being warm and sunny. That rang true for our clients, Reagan and George, and their wedding day at The Woodstock Club on Indianapolis near North side. The Woodstock Club is picturesque with its beautiful golf greens and endless tree lines. What a perfect spot for an end-of-summer wedding in Indianapolis!
 
 
Reagan and George selected a beautiful wedding color palette of Dusty Blue and Soft Ivory. They infused these lovely colors into everything, including their watercololr monogram crest, custom wedding invitations with gorgeous Dusty Blue chiffon ribbon, lush wedding flowers and wedding reception centerpieces, favor box stickers, and even the bridesmaids' attire. The colors are such soft hues, it never overpowered the wedding day and they paired nicely with the soft tones of The Woodstock Club.
 
 
To tie in the summery vibes of the wedding setting, an abundance of greenery was added into the wedding florals. The centerpieces especially boasted the extra greenery! We love how all of the wedding floral details turned out. They truly elevated the space. The bride and groom also chose to keep the wedding florals soft and neutral, with mostly Soft Ivory and a touch of light Blush Pinks, saving the Dusty Blue hues for their linens and other wedding decor.
 
 
Another elegant touch that Reagan and George added to their reception space were the detailed rentals. They selected gold chiavari chairs, soft Ivory table linens, and Dusty Blue satin napkins from A Classic Party Rental. Also provided by A Classic Party Rental were the gorgeous gold rimmed plates and gold tableware. (If you are in need of any linens or other rentals for your wedding or event, we highly recommend A Classic! They have the best selection in Indianapolis.)
 
 
Another show-stopping element to Reagan an George's wedding day was this incredible wedding cake, designed by Classic Cakes. I love how they used darker blues alongside the couple's main palette of Dusty Blue - it makes the details on the cake really pop! To top it off, they used more of their soft and lush florals as a cake topper.
 
 
Each table number was displayed in a floating glass frame with gold edging. Every guest had a personalized calligraphy place card at their plate. To designate their meal selections (pre-selected via their RSVP cards), we tied on ribbons of varying colors - gold, dusty blue, and gray. All colors tied in nicely with the decor with guests none the wiser that the ribbons varied! (When we do meal codes, we find it's important that the design variations flow well with the decor, and not detract from it!)
 
 
The mother of the groom baked her signature cookies to serve as the wedding favors. They were iced in dusty blue buttercream icing, and boxed individually in clear favor boxes. They were then sealed shut with Soft Blue satin ribbon and a monogram sticker. We love that Reagan and George used their custom watercolor monogram crest throughout so many elements in their wedding stationery! It is truly a work of art and a keepsake they will be able to use and cherish for all their years.
 
 
This wedding was a fairytale come to life. From their save the dates, to their custom watercolor wedding invitations, to all of their lovely wedding day paper, it was such a pleasure working with Reagan and George. They had a true love and appreciation for wedding paper, making our job so much more enjoyable (when our clients love what we do, everything just clicks!).
 
We are wishing the happy couple the biggest congratulations and best wishes! We adore you both!
 
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This wedding was made possible by the following wedding vendor team....
 
Indianapolis Wedding Photography: Danielle Harris
Indianapolis Wedding Planner: Anne Rogers Productions
Ceremony Venue: St John the Evangelist Catholic Church
Wedding Reception Venue: The Woodstock Club
Flowers and Decor: Atmospheres
Event Rentals: A Classic Party Rental
Indianapolis Wedding Cake: Classic Cakes
Indianapolis Wedding Invitations, Custom Wedding Stationery and Acrylic Signs: Interprintations
Videography: Toast Wedding Films
 
Posted on March 27, 2022 by Cari
Categories: in WEDDINGS
 
Covid didn't stop Julie and Mike from having their big wedding celebration in Spring of 2021!
 
This sweet couple had an intimate wedding day at Noblesville's Mill Top Banquet and Conference Center. Their day was planned and coordinated by the talented wedding planners at Boldly Chic Events. Soft and luxurious wedding flowers were designed and created by Solstice Floral, one of our favorite local florists. The design team at Interprintations created the custom wedding invitations, as well as all of the wedding day paperie and signs.
 
 
The couple chose to do a first look prior to their wedding ceremony, allowing for a few sweet and quiet moments with just the two of them. (If you're thinking of doing a first look, we highly recommend it! The photos - not to mention the only few moments you'll get alone on wedding day - make this decision well worth it.)
 
 
Julie and Mike chose to host both their wedding ceremony and wedding reception at the Mill Top. This venue offers a perfect blend of rustic and industrial styles for weddings and events in the Indianapolis area. They have strung thousands of white lights along the brick walls and old wood beams, creating soft, romantic lighting for their ceremony and reception spaces. If you are still looking for a wedding venue, we highly recommend checking out the Mill Top!
 
Upon arriving to the Mill Top, guests were greeted and directed to the wedding space by Julie and Mike's custom wood wedding signs. We used a Natural wood stain for the base, and 3D white laser cut lettering for the verbiage. Bonus: We love how their simple wedding sign will serve as a keepsake item after the wedding!
 
 
Following the beautiful ceremony upstairs, guests made their way to cocktail hour in a separate space at the Mill Top. Place cards were displayed for guests to take as they enjoyed their cocktails. Each place card featured one guest's name and their table assignment. You'll see that there are a variety of beautiful silk ribbon colors used throughout the place card display. Not only does this utilize all of Julie and Mike's chosen wedding colors (Blush Pink, Dusty Blue, and Soft Ivory), they also doubled as meal codes for the caterers. Each color designated the guest's pre-selected entree they chose during the RSVP process.
 
 
For wedding day, Julie chose a wedding menu that featured custom Dusty Blue watercolor details along the header. We also carried their custom monogram throughout their wedding stationery - from the invitations, to their ceremony programs, and even on their wedding menus (as you see below). The menu was accented with 5/8" Blush Pink silk ribbon, adding a few more subtle touches of color to each place setting. The menus gave each guest their choice of Cedar Planked Salmon, Chicken Breast stuffed with Brie and Prosciutto, or Ratatouille Lasagna as their plated meal. Wedding cake would follow for dessert, of course!
 
To tie them over while they waited for the wedding dinner to be served, Julie and Mike also added some sweet favors atop each guest's napkin.
 
 
It was a picture perfect night for this darling couple. They had such a beautiful vision for their wedding day, and we were thrilled to see it come to life! The husband and wife team behind Ivan & Louise photography captured it perfectly. Best wishes and congrats to the newlyweds!
 
 
 
The incredible vendor team:
 
Photography - Ivan & Louise
Wedding Planner - Boldly Chic Events (Lori Solomon)
Ceremony and Reception Venue - Mill Top Banquet & Conference Center
Wedding Flowers - Solstice Floral
Custom Wedding Invitations - Interprintations
Menus, Table Numbers, Place Cards, Wood Wedding Signs - Interprintations
(if I've missed any wedding vendor credits, please email me & I'd love to add you to the list above!)
Posted on March 8, 2022 by Cari
Categories: in WEDDINGS
This black and white modern wedding day is definitely one for the books! Today's blog is a full look book featuring this bride and groom's gorgeous wedding details, breathtaking Indianapolis wedding venue, wedding flowers, and perfect Fall wedding weather. It all came together for a perfect wedding medley for our clients, Kaley and Mitch.
 
Their wedding ceremony and wedding reception both took place at Indianapolis' own Black Iris Estate (with catering and venue coordination by Thomas Caterers). The wedding day itself was coordinated by Sarah at Plum & Poppy Events. Below are some of our favorite wedding photos of Kaley and Mitch's wedding day, featuring the wedding photography work of Wandering Heart Photography.
 
 
For their custom wedding invitations, we incorporated Black, White and Antique Gold. Their wedding invitation cards were printed on a classic Black matte cardstock, with White Ink offset printing. Their response cards featured fun and casual reply options, such as "we can't wait!" and "sadly, we can't make it." The response cards were accompanied by Antique Gold shimmer envelopes. Small black matte cards directed guests to Kaley & Mitch's wedding website for additional wedding details. To finish off the invitation set, all cards were stacked together and placed into a modern Gold teardrop-shaped paper clip. Our favorite feature of their custom wedding invitations was the wedding invitation orientation - a tea length 10# size card, gearing away from the traditional 5x7 A7 size invitation card.
 
 
To welcome guests to the wedding reception, Kaley had a very specific vision for her wedding signs. She selected a duo of acrylic signs, one in glossy Black acrylic & one in Frosted White acrylic. The set of acrylic signs stacked perfectly next to each other, welcoming guests and inviting them to enjoy champagne before the nuptials.
 
 
The bride and groom fell in love with the custom monogram we created for their wedding invitations, so we continued to carry the monogram throughout all of their other wedding details. To start, we laser cut them out of Gold mirrored acrylic and placed them atop their champagne boxwood wall at the ceremony entrance for champagne hour. I just love how the Gold mirrored acrylic letters catch the sunlight and accent the fall foliage colors perfectly!
 
 
The crystal chandeliers in Black Iris Estate's ballroom add the prettiest lighting and elegant details to wedding receptions held here. The couple wanted to make sure their decor paired well with the aesthetic inside the wedding venue's ballroom, so we incorporated frosted acrylic elements, Gold mirrored acrylic elements, and menu cards that featured White, Black, and Gold Foil printing.
 
 
The menu cards played two parts - the menu text is printed on the black card, but is hidden by a white card with a Gold Foil monogram. On the reverse side of the white card is a list of the evening's Order of Events. We love how thoughtful Kaley and Mitch were, especially in wanting to keeps their guests informed of all of the evening's upcoming events. This little bundle of cards were held together with the same teardrop geometric Gold paper clips used in their wedding invitations. (A streamlined aesthetic was very important to the bride and groom!)
 
 
These table numbers were so fun to create for the wedding reception! The backer and base are laser cut frosted white acrylic, and the numbers are laser cut Gold mirrored acrylic. They blend and pair so well with the couple's chosen wedding reception table decor, gold utensils, and tabletop floral centerpieces.
 
 
This was a wedding that will forever be one of our favorites. These two have the prettiest style and the kindest hearts. We wish them the best & a fairytale "happily ever after!" 
 
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This day was made possible by the incredible talents provided by the following wedding vendors:
 
Wedding Planner: Plum & Poppy
Prep Location: Hotel Carmichael
Makeup: Ashley Urban Artistry
Wedding Flowers & Decor Design: Detail + Design
DJ: DJ Sound Solution
Weding Invitations, Menus, Programs, Table Numbers & Acrylic Signs: Interprintations
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I’m a country girl, small business owner, wife, mother of three, and a proud alumna of Purdue University (Boiler Up!).
 
Wondering what life is like for a busy mom with a graphic design & laser cutting business? My days are filled with pretty paper, blissful brides, half-finished sketchbooks, half-eaten lunches, and lots of cuddling with my little ones. I look forward to sharing with you all of life's fun happenings (both in & out of the studio) here on the blog!
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