the HUBBARD wedding

the DAVIDSON wedding

the LIGHT wedding

the ANDERSON wedding

the CARBARY wedding

the SPIETH wedding

the SPIETH wedding | Cabo San Lucas, Mexico

the GRITTER wedding

the WARD wedding

the MOGAN wedding

the LARK wedding

the PATE wedding

the DOUGLAS wedding

The Douglas suite might be the most challenging suite I have done. It pushed me to think outside of the box more than ever. And I loved it. The beginning stages of this design are nothing like the end result. The copper foil stamping really brings the invite to life and you can't ignore that metallic copper envelope. The perfect meeting of modern + geometric + copper + baby blue + floral. 

the MARTIN wedding

Such a beautiful blend of navy and peach. The peony is just the icing on the cake and ties it all together. When designing these pieces, I was continually bringing myself back to a phrase I recently read on a graphic design blog, "Make it simple, yet significant." That's how I feel about the peony graphic, it is so simple, yet so significant and integral to the overall feel of the design. 


the HEPNER wedding

I love this blend of mint and navy. It was so fitting for a nautical wedding at a yacth club in Traverse City, MI. This wedding suite was so fun to create. The stationary was printed on white-gold metallic paper which added so much class and beauty and really fit in with the nautical theme. The bride took a brad fastener in the upper left corner and fastened together the invitation, nearby points of interest, accommodations, and the RSVP. The RSVP was a tear-off piece. The invitation design was carried through to many pieces used at the reception.

“When I started shopping around for wedding Invitations I was so discouraged on how expensive it was for something I knew would eventually get thrown away by most of the people who attended my wedding. However, I wanted something that I would be proud to give to my family and friends. When I talked to Kayla about what I envisioned I assumed it would be way out of my price range, but she was able to create exactly what I wanted at a price I wanted. She was able to create the most amazing personalized graphics for my stationary. Above all, she was so flexible and worked so hard to make sure my wedding programs, invites, save the dates, and thank you cards were exactly what I had dreamed they would be. They were truly a piece of art and I was so blown away with what she was able to do! She is truly the best at what she does and I recommend her to every single girl I know that gets engaged!"     — Erica Hepner

the PLUME wedding

This wedding suite is very simple and beautiful and fit in perfect with the rustic setting of the wedding. Even with this suite's simplicity, it carried many unique characteristics with the printed pieces. 

The Save the Date is a fridge magnet. What's unique about the Nearby Points of Interest card is that it is a folded card. On one side, it shows the nearby points of interest for out of town guests to reference and a coordinating map. On the flip side, it shows addresses and gives directions to the hotels, and wedding and reception location. 

The table numbers were also folded cards that sat in the middle of each table. The numbers went from 1-25, 30, 35, 40, 45 and 50 to signify years the couple would be together. On the inside of the card, the guests seated at that table wrote marriage advice relevant to the number of years of marriage their table represented. Every year that the couple reaches one of those milestones, they open a card and read the advice from their family and friends.