Jessica and Greg are one of my favorite wedding couple clients of the year. Their taste is super elegant and modern… We were really working with a white on white, monochromatic feel for the wedding stationery. I think they were really consistent all the way to the reception…
Their wedding invitations featured a my rendering of Jessica’s wedding dress lace (which was kept quiet from Greg, btw) printed letterpress on handmade paper with white ink.
and these images from Jesssica and Greg’s reception are from wedding planner Mindy Weiss’s blog which also features florals by one of Tiny Pine’s FAVORITES – Gilly’s in Silverlake. I LOVE the way the set up the escort cards… and also a little shot of a table that has Maple wood table numbers…
Over the past few years, we have been involved in creating invitations for Mariska Hargitay’s Joyful Heart Foundation. Now, we have partnered up with them to design and create these sweet thank you notes and now have just launched the gratitude cards in the foundation’s Heartshop.
Tiny Pine Press Gratitude Cards Be joyful. Be grateful. Pass it on.
These beautifully crafted cards make spreading the message of gratitude a little easier. Letterpress printed on 100% cotton using soy ink, these cards also show your respect for the environment. Each card features a delicate Swarovski crystal on the front and the Joyful Heart mission statement on the back. With each purchase, you will create a ripple of gratitude, extending all the way to Joyful Heart program participants, because the all the proceeds from each sale will benefit Joyful Heart programming and the survivors we serve. For this, Joyful Heart is very grateful.
It’s an amazing cause and your support would be completely appreciated!
We are selling them exclusively through theTiny Pine Press ETSY shop And feel free to browse around our little shop for other stationery items.
This past tuesday night the Buzz Girls put on a super fun fashion show and party benefiting the Joyful Heart Foundation. It was extremely honoring to have Tiny Pine Press be the onsite stationer!
In the middle of the room sat this beautiful table that filled with Tine Pine Press thank you notes. The idea was that the guests would hand write actual physical notes (not an email, or text or facebook wall post) of gratitude to someone who had helped their life in a positive way.
I contributed the Joyful Heart Foundation “gratitude” stationery“(that we created specifically for JHF and you can get your own here with proceeds going to the foundation) along with a bunch of different other thank you notes so there could be a variety. All the stationery was printed letterpress, by hand, for the event specifically because I love them.
The most amazing part is that the Buzz Girls provided pre-stamped envelopes so all anyone had to do was write an address and pop them in the mail. Talk about spreading positivity around easy!!! If you happened to have the recipients address in your mind, you could just drop it in the beautiful mailbox right then… extra convenient.
Oh, and here is actress Julia Ling, hugging the mailbox.
(I do that all the time too, but there’s not a photographer capturing it!)
and a photo myself with Mary, Andrea and Abby – some of the Joyful Heart Foundation’s LA crew!
Molly & Jason’s Wedding Invitation by Tiny Pine Press
I am really excited to post these photos!!
I realize it’s been over a month since the wedding, but I finally have a couple of photos to post of Jason and Molly’s wedding invitation that we designed and produced for their February 27 nuptials.
This picture really shows off the handmade paper with the natural deckle edges. It’s 100% cotton made in the USA lovely and elegant paper, printed letterpress and then mounted to a piece of walnut… then tied with green silk thread!
Here is a pretty good peak at the envelope liner with the custom pattern we designed that was later repeated at the reception on the wedding cake (by our friends, Vanilla Bake Shop) and muslin escort card card bags that we printed…
and here is a photo of the walnut backing attached to a tree in the backyard outside my studio. This just makes me smile. I hope it is as inspiring to you!