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English Country vibe in Maine mountains

Granite Ridge Estate, with their fantastic view of Mt. Washington in New Hampshire was the gorgeous setting for this colorful and creative Maine styled shoot.  I was so excited when Jill Fratianne from Granite Ridge reached out to me to ask me to create some unique paper products for this unique vision!

Heidi Brissette of Seacoast Harbor Events and Patricia Takacs from Kivalo Photography worked together to create a beautiful English Countryside scene. I loved the contrasting blue and orange working together.  (Color fact-did you know that putting colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel, contrasting colors, is a great way to create good combinations).

Heidi and I talked so I could get an idea of her vision, and the Oranges Wedding Suite was created!  First, I painted all kinds of oranges, kumquats, and orange blossoms.  Then I put them in different combinations and layouts on each of the pieces I was asked to create.... a save the date, complete wedding invitation suite, table numbers, place cards, escort cards, and various signage featuring calligraphy and the oranges design.

 
Oranges Save the DateOranges calendar save the datecalendar save the dateorange drink signageorange blossom drink signkumquat place cardwatercolor orange place cardsoranges save the date cardwatercolor mirror display signwhite calligraphy on watercolororange signageoranges invitation suiteorange menu at receptionorange table numberorange escort cardrustic orange menuorange wedding invitationorange table number

Great job everyone! We were excited to have our Save the Date featured in Destination Weddings magazine.

Venue: Granite Ridge Estate
Planner/Designer: Seacoast Harbor Events
Photography and Videography : Kivalo Photography
Floral Design: Sweet Peas Florals
Cake: Confection Art 
Rentals and Lighting: Affordable Events
Vintage Rentals and Decor: Vermont Vintage Rentals
Stationery & Paper Art: El’s Cards

 

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