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Photo by Emily + Steven Photography

Janaye & Spencer · August 31, 2013

A wedding is one of the most special events most people will ever experience. There are so many details that go into the planning and preparation. There was no question that I would have anyone else create and design our save the dates, invitations, thank you cards, and favor tags but Tani. I had no idea how amazing all those things would turn out with her creative expertise.


The invitations were amazing, like nothing I had seen before. Not only did they look professional but she also intentionally designed them to match our personalities and the theme of our wedding. She even took the time to burn all the edges of each invite to make them look more rustic and unique, and used a twine “belly band” tied to a photo of us to wrap the invitation components together. They were so personal and meaningful, and so many of our guests complimented them. 


Our wedding favors were bags of almonds from our family farm, and it was Tani's idea to attach a mini thank you note to each one. On it she included a special little logo that she designed using our initials. It was just the thing to add to make our favors personalized and to make our guests feel appreciated. To this day, we still use that logo in our personal stationery and are reminded of our special day every time we see it!

Tani did such a phenomenal job with all of the paper goods she created for us and it was so relieving to have a trustworthy friend working on these details so that we didn't have to worry about that on top of all the other things we had to do to prepare for our big day! 


Not only do I love Tani’s work, but she is a joy to work with. She works enthusiastically, intentionally, and always promptly. She is generous with her skills and she has made me more excited about what it is I want to portray to others. Tani is amazing at coming alongside and working with an idea and turning it into something magnificent. The work she did for us was above and beyond what we could have ever imagined.

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