Every now and then, I work with a couple where the bride knows exactly what she wants from the beginning. For Ashley and Brent, Ashley had a particular hue of purple, or fuchsia, that she wanted incorporated into her wedding paper design from the beginning. Pairing that particular color with bright florals and letterpress details for the paper with incredibly soft and romantic touches incorporated into the wedding day design, when everything was complete, it is by far one of the most beautiful weddings I have ever seen.
Hi loves! Goodness I have been meaning to write this post for a long time. This weekend is the final weekend to register for the Society for Creative Founders Conference in March of 2017, and so it seemed like the absolutely perfect time to share my experience with this conference and why I love being a part of it so much.
My first time being a part of this conference was in July of 2015, at the Phoenix Session, back when it was called Stationery Academy. At the time, I was a wedding planner with hopes of someday being able to do invitation design full time, but there were so many things that I had to learn that I knew I needed to learn a lot more on the back end before I could make the switch. I can not express how much those four days in Phoenix changed me. I don't think I'll ever be able to really put into words the amount of things that I learned and how ready it made me to make the transition. It is the main reason that Grace & Serendipity is what it is today - there is no way you would see this website and these services being offered without this conference and community being such a big part of my creative business journey.