Gail and Kim – Purple and Blue Floral Wedding Invitations

May 5th, 2016

Gail and Kim were referred to me by the amazing wedding planning team, Carrie Belle Events.  And what an amazing couple these two were!  They came in with a very specific idea in mind, but it wasn’t until we started the design process that they decided they wanted something totally different.  But, no problems there, it only took 2 more proofs and BAM we found the perfect one to represent these two awesome people.

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Max Bittner – Bar Mitzvah

May 4th, 2016

Max’s mother, Alisa, wanted something fun yet not overdone for Max’s Bar Mitzvah Invitation.  This style of invite is all the rage right now with how it fills the space and there is not too much “white” space (or in this example gray space) on the page.  Creative, yet simple.  Perfect.

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Andrea and Thomas – Classic Ivory and Gold Invitation

May 4th, 2016

These clients fell in love with an invitation that I had done previously (the ever-popular Dara and RJ design) but there were a few things with that design that came in over their stationery budget.  So we did what we do best, and we improvised a little by changing the papers slightly, doing a computer text monogram versus a custom calligrapher monogram, and changing the printing to a dark gold thermography print versus gold foil.  Not only did it come in perfectly with their budget but the look was spectacular.  Praises all around!

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Caroline and Ben – The Perfect Gold and Ivory Invitation

May 4th, 2016

Caroline and her mother came to me wanting the perfect gold and ivory (really, soft white but Im picky on colors) invitation.  She wanted something classic, clean with a bit of whimsy.  So, we chose a gorgeous letterpress paper in the perfect color with a gold foil print and gold response envelope to add the touch of color she was looking for.  Then, to top it off, we designed it using a font that was a little more fun than super traditional.  Im sure you will agree that this invitation met all of their needs!

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Sarah and Wes – Champagne and Rose Gold

May 2nd, 2016

Sarah was a super sweet girl from Tennessee who had just happened upon my website while searching for invitations.  Being that she was in Tennessee and I’m here in Atlanta, I sent her paper samples and invitation samples in the mail to help us narrow down what she wanted for her invitations, and came up with this stunning champagne, taupe, blush, and rose gold letterpress and foil printed invitation set complete with a rose gold edge paint and custom monogram by Allison Banks.  I especially love the rose gold foil address on the blush response envelopes!  These invitation certainly exceeded Sarah’s expectations, and I can certainly see why!

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Nikky Williamson’s High School Graduation: Concert Poster

April 30th, 2016

Never a dull moment here at Eberle Invitations, and I would not have it any other way.  Just when you thought we only did wedding invitations…think AGAIN!

Nikky’s mom was referred to me by a previous client whom I designed their wedding invitations to look like the old “Hatch Show” posters.  If you have no idea what I am talking about, go google it.  The idea and concept behind the original designs and the printing are so unique.  Worth a read.

Anywayssss, Nicky loves to play music and is in a band so recreating something like the original Hatch poster for my other client was perfect for Nicky’s graduation party.  To top it all off, Nicky was going to perform at his party, so it was certainly a perfect invitation for this event.  These were printed on 11×17 inch semi-gloss poster paper and then mailed in tubes to the guests.

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Huffington Post Article: “Putting Your Stamp On It: Elements of YOU on Your Wedding Day”

April 30th, 2016

I met with a wonderful woman, Kristen Rocco of Love Notery, back in October of 2015 (yes, it has taken me this long to get to my blog to write about it…dont judge) because she was writing an article for the Huffington Post on unique ways to bring in personal elements of the Bride and Groom on their wedding day.  In addition to that, she was just launching her business and wanted to network with some people in the industry to pick their brains a bit.  OF COURSE, I was willing to meet with her.  I promised myself years ago when I started this business that I will always make it a point to go out of my way to help others start their own businesses.  Kristen is a writer by trade, so she started this business writing couple’s love stories.  I think the idea is GENIUS, but I think it best that you check her out for yourself:  http://www.lovenotery.com

Also dont forget to check out the awesome article here:  http://www.huffingtonpost.com/kristen-rocco/putting-your-stamp-on-it-elements-of-you-on-your-wedding-day_b_834055n-WEDDINGS-628x3144.html

Alyse and Alex – Dusty Blue and Gold

April 30th, 2016

This is one of my favorite color combinations this year so far!  With the help of Allison Banks, whom I work with quite frequently to custom illustrate the monogram, we were able to design this invitation suite with custom monogram within TWO WEEKS of our initial meeting.  The MOB and the bride were both really concerned that the Dusty Blue color would potentially look too gray once printed but after the invitation was all done they were very pleasantly surprised.  It was the perfect color combination for a perfect Spring wedding.  {Outer envelope set was also done by Allison Banks and the ink was custom mixed to match the Dusty Blue color.}

Please also check out some of the photos from Jill Doty Photography here (photographers photos of my work are always so much better than my photos…lol):  http://www.jilldotyphotography.com/blog/fernbank-museum-wedding-alyse-alex

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Meaghan and Patrick – Taupe and Gold

April 26th, 2016

Meaghan and Patrick were a delightful couple.  They wanted an invitation that was not only timeless and elegant, but really set the tone for a spectacular event.  Her colors were a soft white, taupe and gold so we went with this exact color theme for the invitations.  I honestly could not possibly be more pleased with how these turned out.  The invitation has the stunning pebble paper, dark taupe letterpress with gold foil, and a custom designed monogram (by Allison R. Banks Designs).  One of my favorite parts was the gold foil address printed on the textured taupe response envelope.  Im sure you will agree!

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Jameelah and Luther – The Great Gatsby

April 26th, 2016

2015 was the year of “The Great Gatsby” themed weddings, and we had our fair share of designs created during the course of the year.  However, Jameelah and Luther’s was one of my favorite because of its simplistic style that executed on the overall era perfectly.  That theme can get really overdone, and I think this had just the right amount of style to represent their event perfectly.  And to top it off, it was all digitally printed in black ink so it was also very budget-friendly!

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