wildflower cards

Our client requested wildflower calling cards & note cards along with her monogram stationary and these turned out really sweet. Drop us a line if you want some of you very own!
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nautical sneak peek

Some sneak peeks of what we've been crazy busy working on in the studio. A whole lot of overtime, whole lotta coordination between Texas & Tennessee, and a major push from our printer helped us make the deadline. Can't wait to show you the finals very soon! gold-foil IMG_1925 IMG_1726 IMG_1881 photo 3


high on the hog (or cow)

There's just something about a BBQ party that folks love. You get to wear your boots and there's usually beer involved and the whole vibe is laid-back fun. We just updated our original BBQ design for a 65th surprise party in South Carolina. Only this time the big hog had to be replaced by a cow to appeal to the non-pork eaters. Easy enough & you still get the down home feeling of a fun party.
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spindletop hall wedding

The leaves are changing and the sky is crisp. The perfect scene for a wedding. Fall in Kentucky certainly inspired the latest invitation we just wrapped up. Stone walls, rows of trees in pastures, and leaves falling. The bride loved the stone wall we had created earlier on Bonnie's invitation.  (once again… thank you Southern Living Weddings for that feature that keeps on giving!) Currier also illustrated Spindletop Hall, a mansion and sprawling property built in 1935 in the heart of horse country. It's now owned by the University of Kentucky Alumni Club and serves a private club.
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We used a mix of grey linen paper, cotton stock, thermography, letterpress, and grey envelopes to give the suite a punch. These fabulous weather vane stamps were the perfect final detail.

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{ spindletop hall - lexington, kentucky }
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… and folded wedding programs we designed bridget-programs