The past wedding season we fell in love with watercolour washes over and over again! And how fun to even create a cute little illustration of Miné & Mauritius’ magical proposal in a poplar plantation for their special save the date.
It’s the start of hot chocolate season in my mind and even though our winter never gets that cold I love stocking up with blankets, scarves and cute gloves. I love that when the colours start to change you notice nature in a way you never did before. Sigh.
We have been sharing a few images on instagram about life in our sunny studio in The Woodstock Exhange. We love it here and thought to share some of our instagram photos with those of you that don’t follow us over there. ;)
Just a few shots of our inspiration wall, window display, brainstorming doodles, cake eating and a little mosaic parrot that smiles at us when we get eats from our favourite spot downstairs, Starling & Hero.
A few weeks ago we did a blog post on Eugenie-Lien and Piet’s wedding invitations - and what a blast the wedding turned out to be. It is a long long way to get to Piet’s hometown, Williston, but oh my, it was worth every kilometer! Have a look at these amazing photos the wonderful Maree from Natural Light Photography took. She perfectly captured the amazing setting!
I have never seen Eugenie-Lien so beautiful! She was so calm and full of serene joy - the very best thing for a friend to see. And Piet was his happy, playful self. No panic, no nerves. These two just couldn’t wait to get married! Oh I just had the happiest, happiest heart!
Have a look at the incredible DIY details: Eugenie-Lien folded dozens of paper flowers, had wooden crates made and stenciled them, stitched 400m of doilie bunting (isn’t it just breathtaking?) while her creative mom and dad did the flowers and made yummies for the dessert table and her father in law made sure dinner was delicious Karoo meat. It was a huge family and friends effort!