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jenni + michael's wedding

I met Jenni 8 years ago during college as members of the recruitment team for fall rush. She was one of the most genuine and sweetest people I met during my 4 years at UND. When Jenni + Michael got engaged, Jenni took to Pinterest with many ideas for her wedding where we re-connected. I met with Jenni, then with Jenni + Michael and the rest is history!


I really enjoyed working with Jenni + Michael on their wedding. They knew what they wanted, but were also open to letting me add my little touches to their special day. The little "squiggle" as Jenni affectionately called it became the centerpiece of the design for all of their print related items for their wine themed wedding. The bordeaux and grey complimented eachother very nicely and turned out magnificently on the letterpress invitations.

The Thank You card {not pictured} and Guest Book sign turned out to be my favorite print items of the wedding. Taking the important words - love, tradition and home - and highlighting them in bordeaux and the script font is what set these two pieces apart for me.

To Jenni + Michael: It was an absolute pleasure working with you. Thank you for taking a chance with me on the most important day of your life. I wish you nothing but the best in the future - many years of happiness lie before you, enjoy it!

Photography: Katie Lewis Photography
Wedding Invitation, RSVP Card + Details Card: Custom Letterpress by MagnetStreet Weddings

PS... We had a small world moment early on. Michael's aunt, Garin, is the woman who inspired my name. My dad worked for her mother {Michael's grandmother} many years ago and really liked the name and here I am twenty-something years later.

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