I had the great pleasure of working on a wedding invitation suite for the sister of a very dear friend this year. This friend happens to have two lovely sisters and yes, I designed all three of their invitations because they are all wonderful ladies. But, guess what the real fun part was? They all three got married within a year! Do you remember Rachel’s wedding? Or Becca’s invitations? Yep, they’re sisters. And, now we have Sarah’s! Today, I am thrilled to share Sarah’s amazing wedding suite for her beautiful turquoise and fuchsia wedding.
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We're in the holiday spirit over here at Paper by JLee so we have a fun, festive watercolor tutorial for you today: painting christmas tree ornaments! This can be a great piece to use as you decorate your home for the holidays, or as a Christmas card to send to family and friends.
We have another set of fall wedding invitations for you this month! This wedding took place in Cranberry Township, Pennsylvania at the bride's home church. The wedding colors were a gorgeous mix of navy and gold so we worked hard to create a custom invitation that would showcase this really beautiful color combination.
We have been busy here at Paper by JLee with loads of custom wedding invitations to design! Here is one set I did for some very special friends who got married in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.