Whitney Deal
Mother + wife + maker living in North Carolina

 

 

 

Monday
Aug042008

Tec Petaja

Found the work of Tec Petaja via The Bride's Cafe...I love the dreamy style.

[images from Tec Petaja]

Saturday
Aug022008

More Invites..

Considering all that I have been posting lately has been wedding paper products, I found this invite set on flickr and thought it was a great mixture of paper, pattern, and ink.[images from juicyyumburger]

Thursday
Jul312008

Mok Duk by Anne Benjamin

Found this great designer on Brooklyn Bride and just had to share. They even use the same stamps that I did on the last image!

[images from annebenjamin]

Wednesday
Jul232008

Programs

Remember this? This past weekend I attended the wedding and am delighted to report that it was as nice as the invitations :) Here is a peak at their wedding programs.

Wednesday
Jul232008

Wedding Wednesday: They're orange!

I promise they are orange! I have received several compliments that are directed towards my red invitations, so I wanted to set the record straight and photograph them again so they look orange. Not sure if I was successful or not, but please know, in real life they are orange :)
Signed, sealed, and (soon to be) delivered! We have licked (yes, I just said licked) about half of the stamps and addressed all of them. I can't wait to get them out the door very soon :)

Monday
Jul212008

Elizabeth Anne Designs: The Library

Congratulations to the ladies of Elizabeth Anne Designs. They have launched a website housing the ultimate directory for all your wedding needs, The Library!

Monday
Jul212008

Nests

With my wedding less than 3 months away, I was inspired to do a little TTV action on a few nest still lifes. Now I am trying to figure out a way to incorporate them into the wedding...

Thursday
Jul172008

New Goodies

[image from urbanoutfittes.com]
Above is my latest obsession. I can't afford a digital fisheye lens right now so I opted for the toy-film version, the Lomography Fisheye Camera...how fun :) I'll post images after they get developed!

As I was trying to link to the fisheye camera through the urban outfitters website I stumbled across this baby below..geez! This is a Rolleiflex Mini Digital Camera that is modeled after the original. Can you believe this thing? So little, so digital, and so expensive. At $399, I can't afford one quite yet, but maybe one day :)

[image from urbanoutfittes.com]