For the Day


Ladies, if you’re getting married at the Robert Carr Chapel at TCU, you won’t want to miss this event coming up on Monday! Meet local vendors, be inspired, and have some lunch! A lot of great people will be there.

{calligraphy on flier done by Blue Eye Brown Eye}


Cupcakes and Calligraphy

When Anna and I did our little photo shoot a few weeks ago, we threw in some Stir Crazy Baked Goods cupcakes for fun with some calligraphy cards. Don’t they look just so yummy? (It’s ’cause they are)! Be sure to check out Stir Crazy Baked Goods website, and keep posted – because they’re setting up shop in South Main Village, too.

New Calligraphy Examples

New calligraphy example shots can be found on the blog now, making it a little easier for you to pick you favorite style. Please note I can always customize a style for you, as well!

Fab.com Sale

Fab.com is a great site featuring designers and artist’s products at a nice reduced price. I’m happy and excited to have a sale going on starting today! Visit fab.com, and if you’re not a member yet, be sure to sign up! There are always great deals every day. I’m offering some custom stationery, too, at a great price, so be sure to check it out!

Just a little note to say…

Just a little note to say letterpress sets are now available in the etsy shop! Thanks to Anna Routh Photography for the lovely images. Oh, and that fantastic glitter twine? It’s Knot & Bow and you should go get ya some!

A preview: florals

Last week Anna came over to the studio to work her photography magic and we did a product shoot that was way overdue (can’t wait to share images). I put together a couple of bouquets for the portfolio and here’s a peek at them in Instagrams. If y’all haven’t noticed, I’m obsessed with Instagram. It’s my favorite app right now, hands down. If you’re on it – I’d love to follow you. Find me under username @laurenessl!

One of my favorite blooms is the parrot tulip (my own bouquet was made up of orange parrot tulips) and I found the most beautiful slightly peach parrot tulips at my local market. Combined with kale,  hydrangea, and various greenery, the colors created the most beautiful, muted color scheme.

I wanted to create a different shape for the second bouquet – one meant to be cradled in the nook of your arm, rather than carried front and center. I incorporated succulents among anemones and other colorful floral to add a punch of color.