Wendy Martin Photography sent us some beautiful pictures from Ceit & Nadav’s May wedding – enjoy!
We created Eminent Seals because we wanted a modern and unique seal. When I was getting married I surfed the Internet looking for Wax Seals and was disappointed because it did not fit my theme of my wedding. I came up with the concept with a few others that an engraved metal seal would look perfect. I was excited because this has never been done before (at least I had never seen it done). I used the metal seals on my invitations, dinner menus and thank you cards.
Metal seals are heavier and more durable than Laser seals. You can use these seals to personalize wedding invites, shower invites, favors, gifts or programs. Companies can have their logos engraved on the seal. Metal seals are individually custom made, easy to mail, and have exceptional exterior properties including resistance to water and extreme temperatures. If there is a special need, font, logo or size that we don’t have listed, we can customize it for you.
Laser Seals are micro-surfaced, pre-adhesive plastic, and are more elaborate, elegant and durable then the sticker seals. Wood Seals were just created within the last six months. Any image and monogram can be engraved into the wood. We can even add your wedding colors! We can engrave one letter, two letters, three letters or an image of your choice on a seal.
Barn weddings are some of our favorites here at TwoFoot Creative, so when we found out about Ken Dickens’ business Save the Barns, we had to share!
Chalkboards are great for weddings, especially an outdoors or rustic themed one.
Here are a few pictures of different ways chalkboards have been used at weddings, including to list food or drink and to write a seating chart on!
To order from Save the Barns, you can check out Ken’s Etsy page (http://www.etsy.com/shop/savethebarns) or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Written by Jillian Madden, TwoFoot Creative – Ann Arbor
Katie and Morgan who own Visceral Enrapture met in high school, they were a part of their high school band, and now they create and design beautiful jewelry.
Take a moment to check out their website and read a little bit about them and their company.
Tell us about your company and what make you unique? We think of Visceral Enrapture as our love child. Katie’s love of whimsical, one-of-a-kind pieces and Morgan’s classic elegance is the combined style sensibility represented by our jewelry. We’ve been friends for over a decade and we share a desire to be masters of our own universe. Katie’s experience living abroad in Seoul propelled the decision to fulfill that desire by opening our own online jewelry boutique.
Our bridal line has a very unique point of view. We draw inspiration from American vintage pieces, especially the 50’s and 60’s period and the elegant eclecticism of modern-day Seoul. Katie hand crafts one of a kind pieces from materials she gathered in Detroit and Seoul’s jewelry markets. Visceral Enrapture’s bridal jewelry reflects classic glamour with a bold twist for the modern bride looking to exhibit her own unique taste.
What is something about you that no one would know? Morgan hates the color purple. Katie cannot stand real bananas but loves banana jewelry charms.
What are your prices? Our bridal collection is available for under $100. Our signature bauble bracelets and necklaces are available for $68 each. Other pieces range from $38 – $98
Can you create custom designs? Yes, we love to work one-on-one with brides to create custom jewelry to perfectly reflect their point of view. We recently created custom crystal bauble bracelets and cluster earrings to pair with a one-shoulder navy blue Bill Levkoff bridesmaid gown.
The dress is always the starting point when creating a custom design. Once we’ve seen the dress and listened to the bride’s input, we propose multiple design options to best complete the look she wants. The bride makes the final selection and we get to help her make her special day even more beautiful which we love. Our bridal consultations can take place in whatever form is most convenient for the bride: in-person or via phone or email.
We loved working with the amazing Abby Rose for this beautiful wedding at a private home and the University of Michigan’s Museum of Art! Check out these gorgeous pictures from Kathryn & Neal’s wedding day taken by Abby!
We have some exciting news!!!! TwoFoot Creative is having a contest to give one lucky couple a free day of coordinator! Here is what you have to do: Tell us about your unique love story, and how badly you need a day of coordinator. Make them as unique as possible; extra points for tears or moments that make us laugh. Please submit your stories to Melanie@TwoFootCreative.com.
We can’t wait to hear your stories! Don’t wait too long, submissions are due by August 31st. The winner will be announced by September 6th.
Now for the technical jargon:
One submission per couple, you can submit this for someone else.
Must be 18 years or older.
This only includes our day of package ( Amber) and can not be redeemed for cash value.
Wedding date has to be between December 2013-March 2014.
You must allow us to use your wedding photos/story on our blog.
In your email please tell us your names, date of wedding, and where it will take place.
Good Luck Everyone!!
Graduating from Western Michigan University with a degree in Film, Video, and Media studies really set off my passion for design and creativity. I worked at a few different office positions and realized it wasn’t where I saw myself. I enjoy being around people and helping inspire them.
After attending a few weddings of family and friends, I noticed how much I enjoy the atmosphere and design of each individual wedding. Working with TwoFoot Creative will provide me with unbeatable hands on experience. The best part is seeing the couple enjoy the day they have been dreaming of!