This is my most recently finished wedding project. Desire & John are having a Pi Day wedding, so for their save the date they wanted it to scream "Pi Day." Then for the invitation, they wanted something minimalist and super simple, but was an invitation, RSVP, and info card, all in one. 

Sarah (Roth) Parks was my big sister my freshman year of high school, so doing her wedding invitations was a honor! She wanted a simple New Orleans theme. I had been working on this fluer de lis illustration for while and wasn't sure if I'd ever use it, but when Sarah contacted me about her wedding, I instantly knew it would have a place on her invites. Because of their families skewing older in age, Sarah & Lawrence requested that the fonts be legible and big, which was a bit of a challenge. 

cox-smith wedding invitations

My first wedding project of 2018 involved a lovely couple, Mary & Mason, who met at church and instantly fell in love. Inspired by their "love at first sight" story I created this invitation suite with simple and true romance in mind.

This save the date was a special one for me because it was for my high school best friend's wedding. Sarah and Rob planned a New Orleans wedding, so for the save the date they wanted to invoke the old-world feel of the French Quarter. I illustrated the lamppost and brick details (on the back) for that extra New Orleans flair.

My first-ever wedding suite was for my best friend, Maria. She came to me with a vague idea of what she wanted, but I knew right away what I was going to design - love birds! Her and her husband are outdoorsy types, but Maria's affinity for birds inspired this suite. 
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