{Chreesmas}

It’s almost Christmas. How did that even happen? How is it that October seemed to last a WEEK and November even less?

This does mean one fantastic thing: vacation, man….vacation.

I am so excited to get on the road Saturday to see my family for the holidays. First stop: Pleasant Grove, Alabama; Second Stop: Cumming, Georgia; Third Stop: Orlando, Florida; Fourth Stop: Graceville, Florida; Fifth Stop: (back to) Cumming, Georgia…..then back home to get busy on some wedding invitation orders! It’s going to be 10 days of insane traveling and gift-giving and I.cannot.wait.

OH YEAH!

But in the meantime, I’m busy trying to finish up a few weddings that I would LOVE to have in the mail before I head out! I can’t believe it, but I’m pretty much on track – having just about finished one, starting on the second one today and the last, which is much smaller, will be started probably Thursday afternoon and then I make a monster-of-a-trip to the post office on Friday to unload šŸ™‚ Both I AND Rhonda (my printer) are going to be so grateful for Christmas vacay when it’s all said and done.

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Yesterday, I received an email from Elizabeth Glessner (a South Carolina/Nashville-based photographer I’ve worked with in the past for photo shoot weddings) with pics from the latest photo shoot I did with her. The theme was “all white” – everything was crystalized, sparkly and bright, wintry white. It was lovely. I made invites and menus for the shoot. Here are a few of my favorite photos:

Photography – Glessner Photography, Sabrina Davenport – Model, CHIC Nashville Weddings and Events, {anna.michelle Cards}, Olia Zavozina Bridal and Menswear Boutique, Lillie Belle’s of Franklin, Mallory Eggleston – Hair/Makeup Artist, Grand Central Party Rental, Sweetface Cakes, and Covered with Icing.

I thought the photos turned out great and I was so excited to see these invites and menus! When Elizabeth asked me about doing this shoot, she said “We’re going with VERY minimal….focusing on texture, pale colors, etc.” I printed them on a heavily-textured white cardstock with pale gray text. It was as icy as I could get without making everything totally illegible. But I think they turned out great and I’m so honored to have been part of another great Glessner shoot!

Welp, I’m off to work (a.k.a. the next room over). Happy Wednesday everybody!

-anna.

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