welcome friends

A sweet addition was made to our roost today. Drop by any time and say hello!



dog gone girly affair

We think dogs rule. So we were happy to help with A Cause For Paws. It is an annual luncheon that raises money for the Nashville Humane Society. This year's theme sprouted from a brightly colored Tory Burch shoe-box and the infamous "Dog's Playing Poker image." The illustration grew from there and includes some fabulous doggie hats of tennis balls, bushes and bones.

The sold out event was a hit with the ladies and what a good cause to support mans best friend!




bonnie & currier


love thy earth


This is the motto of the Land Trust for Tennessee, an organization near and dear to Tenn Hens. Their mission is to preserve the beauty and character of the Tennessee landscape through conservation easements. Their dedication is truly something to celebrate......... it's also their 10th Anniversary!

To kick-off their 10 years in Tenn, the Land Trust is throwing a party at the fabulous Loveless Barn. Our concept for the invitation was to incorporate their "roots" - a play off the emblematic tree used in their branding. Currier created a natural, folksy illustration of tree roots underground, that really wove in and out of the type.

Cocktails, Tunes & Tidbits - what a great way to toast such a remarkable milestone!





300+ architecture : 150+ living

Some big milestones were approaching the Page family, and they reached out to Tenn Hens to help kick off the celebration. We created a tri-fold wrap with the info card held in by cut flaps. The idea was to incorporate their birthdays while also nodding to the 3 homes they have so lovingly restored over the years. The family has a keen sense of design and classical architecture (Ben being a renowned landscape architect) so we really wanted the invitation to convey their love of detail. Hopefully these beauties are hanging on guests' refrigerators all over town. I'll also mention that The Page's are full of charm and wisdom, and just a delight to be around, which always makes our job that much more fun!

OFFICE - built 1910 : COUNTRY HOME - built 1848 : MAIN RESIDENCE - built 1908



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