Thursday, June 30, 2011

we have a new home!

To all visitors and friends, kindly click on the image above for the new site.
I'm now offering calligraphy services in addition to monogram & paperie design.

Spread the Love!

Wednesday, March 30, 2011

coming soon!

Yep, those are my new business cards!  Sorry bout the pixelatedness.  For some reason natural light is not working with me today.  Nor is the macro function of my camera.  I think they're just on some mood-swing.

Anyway, upon closer inspection, the card features a new URL.  Yes, I'll be moving this LogoswithLove site to be part of a bigger inspiration-catalogue and projects site I'll be calling  So yey!  My own domain!

The site is still under construction, so I do hope that when it's up, you guys still come over to visit!

In the meantime, spread the Love.

Tuesday, March 22, 2011

modern wedding invitations

I wrote about how more and more creative wedding paperie has gotten late last year.  And yep, the fresh takes just keep on coming!  Though I'm still a fan of the simple classics, I do get thrills every time I see unique, cute , and "wow my mom would've never allowed that" designs.

The color combinations are contemporary, the typography choices and layouts are streamlined and are absolute GENIUS.  I wish we could see more of these clean, smart invites and less of those with floating pixelized photos fading pretentiously with some white glow (I'm sorry, I just had to say it).

All works are from Minted.

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

foliage love

Allen and Karmi
Theme: Nature, Classic & a bit Contemporary
Colors: red/maroon and khaki

*couple requested for two applications, one horizontal with full names,
and a shorter circular one with initials.

Wednesday, March 9, 2011

coffee and calligraphy

For the past couple of weeks I've been working with Din, a bride who was referred to me by fellow FPN member Leigh Reyes.  She had been asking around for some time for a calligrapher, because she wanted the pleasant surprise of elegantly hand-lettered names on her invitations.

Her palette was a lovely concoction of slate-blue, light green and coffee brown.  And we chose brown as the ink color to set the calligraphy on her cream envelopes.  She also told me she liked swirls and loops, and if I could get as much of those as I write, that would be great.

This week, I turned over the 135 written envelopes to her.  I do hope those who receive them like what they see :)

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