We’ve breezed past the halfway point of 2022 – how wild! The year is going by so fast, but I don’t want to let it pass without showing you some of the weddings we’ve been a part of. These are some that we probably couldn’t devote a full blog post to, but the work turned out so beautifully that I had to share it! So, this is a midyear roundup of the invitations, signage, and day-of items we have created for weddings so far.
First up is this really fun seating chart/drink wall combination: “Orange you glad you made it?” This was for a wedding in Vero Beach. Instead of champagne they wanted to greet their guests with frozen orange juice, which is a local favorite. We created a monogram for their invitations and used it again on the drinks’ cups. I can’t get enough of the florals by designer Lara’s Theme on this structure. They really take it to a higher level!
Here’s the vision:
And here’s how it turned out!
You don’t need to be local to Florida to have an AM+Co wedding. All of the pieces we created for this wedding are examples of items that can be shipped! I love the watercolor details of these menus and place cards. The signature drink sign and bar signage can be designed specifically for your wedding and shipped to you in time for your special day!
We can also create and ship welcome signs and unplugged ceremony signs (without the stands).
I’m a huge fan of this wedding we did at Bella Collina. I’ve done quite a few where the main color is black, and the lettering is cream, but this couple wanted the inverse of that. I love how simple and clean this is.
This wedding was completely shipped. We created the programs and debossed them with the phrase “To Have and To Bold” because the groom’s last name was Bold (pretty clever!). We also made a white-on-white round welcome sign that says “You Never Know Who You’ll Meet at the Bar.”
This bride and groom commissioned us to create custom tags for their welcome bags. They were from out of state, so we shipped these, too!
I shared this one on social media and it was a hit! This wedding was held at a golf club on the weekend of The Masters. We took the same green as The Masters and lightened it a bit to create a shot glass wall. Inside every shot glass was champagne and a tiny flag with the guest’s name on it as an escort card. While we no longer offer shot glass walls, we loved how this turned out for this couple’s unFOREgettable day!
I say this in pretty much every blog, so I probably sound like a broken record… but florals are everything when it comes to making your wedding signage pop! The flowers for this St. Augustine wedding took a simple seating chart and elevated it so elegantly!
This seating chart incorporated handmade tassels with keychains as favors for the guests (again with the florals – so beautiful)!
This was a really fun seating chart we created for a wedding at the Luxmore Grande Estate. We played with different tints and shades of their wedding colors in blues, tans, and nudes to create a gradient-style effect with the seating assignments. At the base we build a flower box that the florist filled – so pretty!
This wedding was held at The Balcony Orlando. We created an arched shot glass wall and accented it with stars. Stars are a theme that you will often see in our work, as they are a signature part of our brand. I love the whimsy and beauty they bring to designs.
The seating chart, paired with the bar sign (see photo on the left) were beautiful together. Signs like this bar sign are examples of things we can ship. The Cards + Gifts sign and Guest Book sign in the photo on the right are parts of our Stone collection, which are rentals. Our rentals are only available if we deliver. You can find out more about rentals here!
This is another beautiful Bella Collina wedding, and you can see we worked our signature stars into the design. I love the pet illustration that we incorporated into the bar signage – it’s a Frenchie like Stella, so I might be slightly biased!
This suite is so amazing in the way it plays with lines and shapes. From the arched invitation to the pill-shaped rehearsal dinner invitation, to the angled and scalloped details cards, there is so much unexpected here, yet it all goes together so well.
This linen banner was a fun variation for a welcome sign at another Bella Collina wedding. Don’t let the photo fool you – it was over 10 feet long!
This is the brightest, most beautiful suite we’ve done this year. I love how playful it is with color. To be honest, I was hesitant to use this much color when we were in the design process. But working on it really opened up my eyes to mixing and matching bright and bold colors. I am a huge fan of how this turned out!
I hope you enjoyed this roundup of all the smaller projects we worked on this year! We would love to help you with your special day – contact us and let’s chat about creating the day of your dreams!