editor’s note

Inspirations come in many different ways, as a designer anything I see is a source of inspiration. From the beautifully arranged wedding bouquet, the classic vintage look on each of the vignette, gorgeous lace on the wedding dress to the luxurious feel from each stationery pieces.

And with that said, I hope these could be an inspirations for you as well.
Ari Krzyzek

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Jenny + Grayden Wedding Website
Using a bold color of red and dark mint and sometimes overlap the two to create a great effect on their wedding website elements and illustration is a genius idea! Love how they have a very simplicity going on across each of their wedding website pages and their story…. nicely narrowed down on each of the colors particles and merged into one in the middle and create "LOVE" letters… how cute! Read More
Jess + Russ Wedding Website
Beautifully illustrated love story! That's what comes in mind when you see Jess & Russ custom wedding website. How could it not be? They are both creatives, Jess/Jessica is a freelance illustrator while Russ was a freelance web designer and touring with his indie-rock band. Their story are written all on the site as you scroll down slowly. Read More
Tracy Osborn: Plan Your Lovely Dream Wedding
You finally got engaged (yay!) and you're beyond happy for that, which you definitely should be. But now you're starting to look at all those wedding planning details, what to do or where to even starts. At first it can be really scary just to think of how many things you should start finding more info about and organize them. If that sounds like what you feel right now, read on what Tracy Osborn have to say about how you can be at ease planning your dream wedding. Read More
Fancy Decor
Doors to Happiness
I remember when I was a little girl and imagine how fascinating it would be to walk with a big puffy dress and walk to the aisle, passing "The Door" to finally say I do. Some of today's brides and wedding planners have even creative idea of reusing and decorating the door, I call it doors to happiness. Read More
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