You've come to the right place.

Unlike places with semi-custom or pre-made templates, working with me is a fun and personal experience. I'll be there with you through the whole process because I think communication is key in order to create something that will make your heart flutter and your guests' eyes go wide with wonder and amazement at gorgeous invitations they've never seen anywhere before. Each piece is completely custom and made specifically for you and your special event. I create the design, calligraphy, and illustrations from scratch according to the venue, love story, or favorite items. I offer design and full-service printing for each suite and only provide the best for YOU. Packages with printed materials start at $1,500. Because I use the best materials and printing processes, you are able to keep these pieces for generations to come! I started this business because of my grandparents' undying love and my heart for paper and letters. I have letters that have been passed down to me that were my great grandparents. What a precious memory to share with your future kids and grandkids!

More than kisses, letters mingle souls.
— John Donne


We start with a questionnaire and end with pieces you'll want to hang in your home. I know you're curious about the process and investment, so I've created a beautifully designed guide to give you insight on how this works!



I start with a loose sketch for placement to get an idea of what artwork and calligraphy we are going to be working with.


From the sketch to the mockups, you tell me what you like and don't like. I create the pieces that you'd prefer and design them in a way that ties everything together. 



As you can see the physical pieces are exactly what the mockup looks like. From design to print, I make sure what you see on the screen will look the same, if not better, in person.

Example: This suite consisted of a duplex cotton paper invitation, cotton paper RSVP card, cotton paper details card, charcoal return address rubber stamp, gray envelope with white liner, and white RSVP envelope. Not pictured is the hand addressed calligraphy on the front of the envelope, which was done in gold ink.

*You may notice the term "duplex" in the questionnaire. This simply means that the paper is thicker and allows for the back of the invitation to have a design or colored backer if preferred.