Baby Price

Thanks Courtney for letting me design your sweet baby's birth announcements.  I think they're absolutely darling.


Make it unique

This is the Hey Hay Designs advertisement featured in the winter 2011 edition of Southern Utah Bride Magazine.

The invitation set includes a trifold invitation with mounted picture and front tag, save the date card, response card, and personalized envelope.


Celebrate the Small Things

Last holiday season my family decided we would rather get together for an evening of fun with our aunts and cousins than exchange "neighbor" gifts. We thought a Small Things party would be a perfect theme for Celebrating the small things of the Holiday season. We had small foods, small gifts, small decorations .. and large amounts of fun.

This is the small invitation to our party. It was tied up in hemp twine with a mini magnifying glass to read the small type.


Christmas with a Wrap

This is the Gubler family's Christmas card from last year. The metallic silver embossed paper and satin ribbon wrap make this card stand out. The wrap slides off to reveal the whole photo. Remove the wrap and the picture can be saved in a photo album.


Holiday Cards

Christmas time, already? I'm excited to share some of my holiday cards from last year. I love them and have been anxious to post them since last Christmas. I hope you enjoy them! If you're interested in ordering holiday cards this year, please call me.

This Christmas card was for our good family friend, Erin Rollins. She had two darling photos she wanted to use so I thought a trifold card with a belly band would be perfect.


Southern Utah Bride: Part 5

Play to your guests’ sense of touch with an invitation that is letter
pressed—a printing method where the wording is pressed into thick
cotton paper. Pink and gray give this square invitation a more relaxed
feel while keeping it classy.


Southern Utah Bride: Part 4

The silver embossed paper is a simple addition to this best selling
vertical pocket card and is what makes it memorable. A sparkly
embellishment at the top gives it instant glamor. For a personal
touch, hand address the envelope.


Southern Utah Bride: Part 3

Choose a pattern that sets the style of your event. Whether it’s
paisley, organic, or geometric—it can tie your whole event together.
Use the pattern as a backdrop or accents on the invitation or to line
the envelope. It can be bold or subtly stand out as seen on this
popular folded card.


Southern Utah Bride: Part 2

Lemon drop yellow makes this pocket invitation pop, while hand painted
details in shades of blue and yellow give it a beach-like feel. It’s
an invitation that lends itself to unlimited insert options. In this
pocket, guests will find inserts including an RSVP card as well as
information on local activities and attractions.


Southern Utah Bride

Exciting news! My Wedding announcements/invitations were featured in
the Summer Edition of Southern Utah Bride Magazine.

This past spring, the editor of Southern Utah Bride Magazine, Jimmy Bishop, contacted me about putting together an article for the Summer edition of his magazine. I was expecting the process of designing the article to go much like it does at Stampin' Up! where I work; the writers give me the written article, the photographers supply me with great photographs, and then I design the layout. This experience was completely new and different. Jimmy wanted me do do the whole thing
from the ground up. It was quite an interesting process. 

I knew I would need help writing the article, so I called Courtney Orton, who has worked for KSL Channel 5 News for several years. She
was more than willing to help out. We met a few times and worked on
some ideas. After the idea was finalized, I began to work on five samples that would be featured. It was a challenge to create five totally different invitation concepts, but it was exciting to come up with some fresh, new ideas. When the samples were complete, a talented co-worker of mine, Casey Hyer, arranged and photographed each invitation. Then Courtney wrote a paragraph describing each invitation suite. Finally, I designed the layout of the article. I love how the finished product turned out! There are still copies of the magazine available in various locations around St. George if you want to
take a look.

Here is the first of the five invitations featured (more to come):

Think outside the box and put your invitation in a box. It’s a more pricey option, but certainly modern, fun, and one of a kind. The box holds the invitation, handcrafted crepe flowers, and celebration
and ceremony cards. Tie it up with a ribbon, a few more flowers, and a festive tag to make it an invitation like no other!


jolene & kenny

Jolene chose the elegant and playful black and white paisley pattern 
for the outside of her invitation and wanted to keep the inside simple by adding a few pieces of the paisley pattern.  To give the invitation more personality we decided to bring in apple green accents.  The combination of color and design makes the invitation fresh, relaxed, 
timeless, and fun.