In the spring, I shared Teresa and Jim’s custom acrylic wedding invitation suite, and it’s still one I am most proud to have designed! As much as I love paper as a stationery designer, I’m also so drawn toward unconventional surfaces. Thankfully, T+J were too. Their suite matched their reception at the Merion perfectly, so make sure to keep reading to learn why!
Teresa walked down the aisle toward Jim on October 8, 2016. They were married in New Hope, Pennsylvania at the Church of Saint Martin of Tours. Celebrations that start in Bucks County always feel extra special to me, and I felt honored to have designed their ceremony programs.
Once they were officially Mr. and Mrs., Jim and Teresa rejoined their guests at The Merion in Cinnaminson, New Jersey. They celebrated with their guests in the famous Skylight Ballroom.
Guests found their tables via escort cards; however, a piece I hope begins to trend is T+J’s Table Layout Sign. Friends, I cannot tell you how helpful this detail will be for your guests, and I’m sure Teresa and Jim (and their guests!) would agree. There’s something about a visual piece to help guide guests to their seats that makes such a difference. I designed both pieces, as well as table numbers complete with the names of the casinos in Las Vegas and custom signage.
After designing a pink wedding invitation, I was also not at all surprised to see even more pink and silver glitter woven throughout the pair’s wedding day. And, I have to say how much I love it. The bright pink rose centerpieces look stunning in the space!
Finally, I would be remiss if I didn’t mention how much I completely adore Teresa and Jim’s wedding portraits. It rained on their wedding day, so Teresa and Jim asked to meet with JD Land of Two15 Photography once again to capture their portraits around Philadelphia. They are, without a doubt, completely stunning.