Lauri & Isaac tied the knot last summer in a beautiful outdoor location, under an oak tree. They contacted me in January of 2013 to make an invitation set for them that will hint at their wedding's elegant nature theme, and later for a matching ketubah.
As you can summarize from the above photo, their wedding was something the like of which is only seen in magazine spreads, really spectacular. No surprise, it's also been featured on the wedding blog JUNEBUG WEDDINGS.
I went through several drafts for the invitations. I cringe at some of the drawings, but Lauri was patient and clear about what she wanted. The brief was to include an oak tree, lavender, and their wedding colors where possible (organic green, pacific blue, and champagne). The cards ended up being nature white with green, with personalized envelopes in blue and green. Below are some of the cards I drew. Can you guess which she picked?
Lauri & Isaac chose the OAK TREE heirloom ketubah for their wedding. They customized it by adding an Olive Green background, and having the text printed on the same layer as the papercut. You, too, can purchase the ketubah from my shop.
OF THE KETUBAH CEREMONY, THEY SAID: The Ketubah ceremony, where just our immediate family gathered before the ceremony to share advice and offer their blessings was the most special part of the day. In that moment it was clear that we were now one family.
Lauri & Isaac got married on June 29. 2013 in the coastal Carmel-by-the-sea and officially became
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Photos | courtesy of Lisa Lefringhouse Photography