I am really excited to share with you a new project I just finished working on! They are floral and butterfly bridal shower invites that are individually block printed and finished with watercolors. They also come with matching recipe cards and envelopes stamped with a matching butterfly.
It was great working with the Maid of Honor to come up with a product that really reflects the Bride for her special day- that process and making an item unique is definitely one of my favorite parts of any project! We incorporated butterflies because they have a special meaning for the Bride and her grandmother. Yellow is her favorite color and the Bridesmaid dresses are a a pinkish burgundy color so we added those in the watercolors.
We also wanted to carry out the food / recipe theme throughout the items and I really liked the way the Maid of Honor incorporated it into the text on the invitations. We also decided to relate the donation aspect of this project back to food as well. I will be donating 10% of proceeds to the North Texas Food Bank in honor of this Texan Bride-to-be! The North Texas Food Bank’s mission is to pursue a hunger-free community. The donation will help to provide 32 meals that will be delivered to children, seniors, and families within North Texas. I am really happy to be able to make this donation and that it was made possible by such a wonderful celebration!
I truly loved making these and making sure every guests receives something that is hand made with thought and love. Hope you enjoy them as well!
If you would like to purchase and customize these invitations for your event, please check out this listing for invites and this listing for recipe cards in atiliay’s Etsy shop. If you would like something similar with different details, please send me an email at hi.atiliay (at) gmail (dot) com so we can start collaborating!
Block printed invites and recipe cards covering every inch of work space so the ink can dry!
Painted invites above, I found another place to lay them out on– the piano! Painted recipe cards below. I laid out and overlapped as many as possible then went down the line painting.