Abby and Warner’s rustic wedding took place at Bally Spring Inn on August 23, 2014.
Their colors were teal and gold, which made for some elegant, yet modern custom wedding invitations. I created a custom monogram for them, as well! It was printed at the top of their wedding invitation suite. They had an ornate design at each corner, and were printed using one-color gold thermography. The teal edge painting matched the solid-color envelope liner.
Bally Spring Inn is one of those perfect venues that can work for almost any aesthetic. It’s a somewhat rustic spot with a barn, a bed and breakfast inn, a courtyard, a gazebo, and beautiful grounds.
Chorus Photography was nice enough to send over a sample of the photographs they captured of the day. They turned out great!
The indoor wedding ceremony space at Bally Spring Inn is gorgeous! A garland of flowers arched over the bride’s and groom’s heads as they said “I do”. Abby’s choice of teal for her bridesmaids was spot-on for picking up the green scenery and offsetting the stonework at the venue. Plus, I love how it makes her white dress pop!
Abby and Warner decided not to distribute favors to their guests. What they did do was even better! They organized donations to the Bucks County Children’s Advocacy Center on behalf of each guest. This notice, in teal with a gold frame, outlined exactly why this organization is so dear to Abby and Warner’s hearts.
I think the donation idea is so special! And so are the escort cards that I designed to coordinate with the notice, with teal lettering and gold thermography. Guests still had something pretty to take home, along with the fuzzy feeling that they’d helped children in need.
Congratulations on your beautiful wedding, Abby and Warner! Every detail was executed flawlessly. I hope your life together is just as harmonious.
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