they’re hitched

I Just realized I didn’t share with you the final print items for the Navy By The Sea wedding I worked on this Summer. Good thing it is Wedding Wednesday.

The last update was in June, just after the invites were sent in the mail. Since then, the wedding happened and a few more items were printed for the event.


The menu – It was a cocktail reception:


The Program – Front and back:


And Haskap Jam for favours:


To see the whole love story, click herehereherehereherehere, herehere, here and here!

Oh and here is the shower invite I made as well:


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sealed with a kiss

The Navy By The Sea Wedding invites have been sent out and hopefully the RSVPs are trickling in. Christmas card season has nothing on this brief but exciting time in a couple’s engagement.

After a few rounds of layouts, here is the final invitation and RSVP postcard*:



Plus a break down of the design elements. I am excited to share more as the event quickly approaches. M&E-Elements

Check out the other Navy by the Sea posts here, hereherehereherehere, herehere, here and here

*Details edited for confidentiality

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meanwhile, elsewhere

Friday’s online finds: Inspirational, educational or just silly. Here is what I found this week…

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Have a lovely weekend! I am road tripping to Cape Breton to run leg 11 of the Cabot Trail RelayIMG_2461

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hang it. series four.

Affordable art. Yes please! One way to decorate some bare walls on a budget is hang greeting cards. There are so many talented folks on Etsy and local artists who’d be honoured to have their stuff framed. Here are some goodies I’ve added to my collection or have bookmarked for future purchases.

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Another great idea is frame postcards. In Paris? Purchase three postcards for a few euros and frame them. Always be on the lookout for inexpensive posters and artwork – they look great and will serve as a reminder of a lovely trip.




Artwork found in Spain, postcards from Paris

If you have too many cards and no space for hanging, create an inspiration board. Here’s mine, which hangs above my desk, and makes me smile when what’s on the monitor is less than inspiring.

inpiration board

Happy hanging. xomeg

A. Arrows / B. Home Sweet Home / C. C’est la Vie / D. Hello Sunshine / E. You Are My Sunshine / F. You Make My Heart Skip A Beet / G. You & Me / H. Macaroni / I. Get Outside / J. Palm Trees / K. Eiffel Tower / L. East Coast Girls / M. Always & Forever