Eeek! I've just found out that I'm nominated in the "Best Designer" category of the ISES Austin awards (ASE Awards). If you are a member, please consider voting for me (you should have received an email). The award is for my work in the August "Speed Networking" (Boardwalk theme at Palmer Events Center), September "Day of Education" (Blanton Museum of Art) and March 2015 "I Do Wedding Panel" (Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center). If you loved my design work at these meetings,
A luncheon at Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center is always lovely, especially in Spring. And with Clink designing and planning this International Special Events Society (ISES) meeting, everything was stunning. Not only were the colors purple and green (my favorite combination) but it combined old world and modern elegance with the china, glassware and decor. I loved collaborating with Clink in designing the hexagon-shaped program and diamond-shaped menu, both printed on pear
I'm proud to be a member of the Austin Chapter of The International Special Events Society (ISES) and whenever I get a chance I like to donate my services to meetings throughout the year. When Johnell with Clearly Classy Events asked me to design the program for their "speed" networking event with the theme of "Welcome to the Boardwalk", I was all in! For the powerpoint slides and program, I created a brand for the event that include a "boardwalk" type font with a touch of a
Mint and coral pink are such a beautiful color combination. When Elizabeth Sweet met with me at Pearl Events Austin's office and mentioned those colors, I knew it was going to be a fun collaboration. From the photo save the date (complete with their dog) to their Texas belly bands that wrapped around their invitation suite and all of the matching reception stationery (check out the cork display she purchased on etsy for the escort cards!), this wedding was incredibly "Sweet".