Monday, January 25, 2016
Thursday, October 15, 2015
Yay for October weddings! This fun, laid back couple live in Colorado and wanted to incorporate their love of mountains and snowboarding in their illustrated wedding invitations. Their proposal story involves a hot air balloon ride, so that got in there as well.
This was so fun to work on, and it's always an honor to be a tiny part of someone's love story. Congrats, you two, and best wishes!
Monday, October 12, 2015
Earlier this year I had the opportunity to create save-the-dates for this adorable couple. Together, they own three pet bunnies that they wanted to include in their portrait.
Their wedding will take place in a gorgeous old English church, but they're also holding a reception in Utah, so they wanted the back of their save-the-date card to highlight these separate events and their different dates and locations.
Later, they decided they'd also like a wedding logo incorporating the initials of their last names (as well as their love of bunnies) that they then made into a stamp for all their wedding stationery.
Julia and Matt also wanted to provide their guests with more detailed maps of how to get from the church to the reception hall in England and how to get from the freeway to the reception center in Utah, including landmarks they'll see along the routes.
Lastly, they used close-ups of the venue illustrations for their reception cards. Here's that gorgeous English church.
All of these were such a pleasure to work on! I love these kinds of projects - unique, personal, brimming with personality, joy, and, of course, bunnies.
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Monday, June 22, 2015
Wednesday, June 10, 2015
I got to do an illustration for this month's Friend, a children's magazine published by the LDS Church. This illustration is
about the 7th Article of Faith, which states: "We believe in the gift of tongues, prophecy, revelation, visions, healing, interpretation of tongues, and so forth." The gift of tongues is particularly applicable to missionaries who serve in countries all over the world and in many cases learn to teach the gospel in languages which are foreign to them. (As a former missionary in Hungary, I can testify that this is a thing!)