This week I had the opportunity to design a wedding website for my best friend’s wedding! Jamie and Jake will be tying the knot this summer in just a few short months. I am beyond happy and excited for them both! Congrats, James! :) I can’t wait to celebrate!

Their color scheme is lavender with hints of gray and peach, which were incorporated throughout their wedding website. Their beautiful engagement photos were taken by JM Studios in Omaha. Check out their wedding website by visiting!

Their website allows guests to easily view their gift registries and RSVP directly online. My favorite part is that it allows their family and friends to read about their love story and how they met! Guests will also be introduced to their wedding party and be able to view their wedding day details.

Claire and Brandon were married this past Saturday at the beautiful Saint Margaret Mary’s Church in Omaha.  When Claire and I first started discussing her wedding stationery, she had a clear vision of what she wanted her wedding invitations to look like. She wanted to keep them mostly traditional, but add a few modern elements into the mix.

We used a beautiful ecru paper for the formal invites and a soft blush paper for the reply cards. For envelopes, Claire chose a gorgeous kraft texture. We also used a light kraft paper for the wedding programs. For return addressing, I designed a custom return address stamp to match their wedding invitation suite.

Erin and David were married this past Friday on the beautiful beach in Punta Cana! When I asked the bride what she wanted her wedding day to feel like, she said “beautiful, elegant and happy.” I used both modern and elegant design elements to help create a beach themed wedding suite and website that would capture her vision. Their wedding colors were coral and shades of blue. Using mostly blue + gray, I incorporated subtle touches of coral throughout. I also created a custom return address design that was used for both the invitation and response card.

Working from home is something I’ve had to get use to over the last several months. Almost every area of my little apartment has been considered “office” territory at some point or another. My strategy (or lack there of) was all about finding a space that made me feel most comfortable and inspired to work in that day. But more times than I’d like to admit, this plan often made for a disorganized and interrupted workday. Seriously… I was in a workspace limbo (new word for the books right there!) because I disliked that my only “desk” space (a wooden dining table, now turned desk) was stuck back in a corner of my apartment. It just felt so blah.

I knew that it was time for a change! After a few months of maintaining the same  work from home lifestyle, I decided it was time to focus on creating a space that would encourage my creativity + productivity and well, just help me get stuff done. I went on a mission to make my workspace more permanent and separate from the rest of my apartment. I cleared the clutter and invested in some office organization pieces that would help me organize paper work and daily office essentials. Can I mention the amazing finds and amount of fun I had finding these gold paper clips and this acrylic business card holder?! It was totally worth it to me to invest in pieces that made me feel happy and inspired! Those items, along with a few more home office essentials, have helped me to create a space that keeps me feeling motivated and productive. I think it’s all about turning what you have into a place that you love coming to work in every day. It can really make all the difference! How do you make working from home more productive? I’d love to hear what works for you and how you avoid being in a workspace limbo!

(P.S. this candle from Bath & Body Works is uhhh-mazing!)


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