One of my favorite custom clients, Nataliya, recently had me print these gorgeous thank you notes that she designed. I first starting working with Nataliya this past fall when she hired me to print her wedding invitations for her November 2008 wedding. Nataliya creates really beautiful and unique designs. We enjoyed working together so much, that after I printed her wedding invitations she hired me to print a very awesome set of calling cards for her and her husbands' best man, Sebastian. If you'd like to see pictures of both the calling cards and Nataliya's wedding invitations you can in the blog post I did here.
For Nataliya's thank you cards, she wanted something that could be a little more general purpose, so she could use them for other notes and letters rather than for just her wedding thank you notes. She said that while she loved the way her wedding invitations turned out she wanted to go in a new direction with these cards and I think that what she came up with is beautiful, unique and stunning. The cards are simple: they are an A7 (5"x7") standard flat card, printed on Crane Lettra Pearl White Paper with matching white Crane Lettra envelopes. She created a gorgeous leaf motif that we printed in the bottom right corner in dark grey ink along with her and her husband's names. For the names Nataliya created a mirror effect and we printed part of the names in the dark grey ink and the other part in metallic silver. Check it out!
Nataliya was also sweet enough to share some of the photos of her beautiful Costa Rican wedding with me from last November. She also gave me permission to share them with you. I thought this was really fun, because often I never get to see photos from people's actual ceremonies since I'm working with them at the very beginning of their wedding planning process. Nataliya's wedding looks so gorgeous and it seems like they had a wonderful time! Check those out below:
Doesn't the whole thing look lovely? Not to mention that the bride looks absolutely stunning as well. You'd think that the photos came straight from a magazine.
Thanks so much again Nataliya!