Jessica and Micheal are married AND they had such a cool wedding stationery suite. I loved working with Jessica and hearing all the details she was planning. You can view a style preview of her special day as featured on the Cedarwood Mansion blog. I already shared the invitations a while back, but now here is the full suite.
We kept the same art from the invitations for both the program and escort cards. She hung the escort cards with clothespins. The programs were four pages and connected with little-bitty clasps. Jessica wanted to feature the bridal party with stick figures in a fun, original way. Love.
She also wanted to share the story of their venue, Cedarwood Mansion in Nashville, and have an image of the cathedral windows in the programs. Again, so unique…they make a beautiful backdrop for a ceremony!!
And in case you were wondering….The Victorian Gothic windows used for the ceremony were salvaged from the Douglas Street Church, designed by Nashvillian Hugh Thompson, architect of the Ryman Auditorium! The Yarbrough House at Cedarwood was built in 1835 by James Yarbrough. The house is a two-story, weatherboard, double-pen plan with each room opening onto a double gallery across the front.
Here’s the full suite.
I can’t wait to see pictures from here wedding. I am sure it was spectacular!!!