Nothing like it, and groomsmen agree. Either of these gifts will show your dudes you dig ‘em- you can’t miss. Trumps their dragging cardboard cases of High Life into the church – heh.
The Mason Shaker is a cool twist on the old Ball/Mason jar.
The Jacob Bromwell copper flask is hand-tooled and plain gorgeous. Copper conducts so well, too- the old-fashioned equivalent of a Tervis.
I was clearly having a Neoclassical moment when designing for our most recent wedding at the Ford, as featured here. Thought you’d like to see my “before” drawing, where I mocked them up filled with blooms. It was getting a little heavy-handed so we stripped out the blooms in our final design sessions and amped up the brass element; see the close-up of these brass-topped beauties. Our friends at Blossoms did SUCH a bang-up job, as always. We put little ones inside the tent topped by the perfect task lighting, too.
We’re heading back down there today to present for one of our May clients, whose feisty + fabulous style is sure to be showcased well at this gorgeous venue. Wish us well!
What sweeter parting favor than a book of love letters + poetry, with a custom letterpress bookmark? Our client Jessica is a romance novelist, so it seemed only fitting to design a gorgeous parting surcee surrounding that timeless reason people get hitched: la love.