Sis Bev, a w@wie bride, asked me if I can create a layout for her table numbers. She wants something simple and minimal and would like these cute teddy bears to be included. The cutesy bears, by the way, were also incorporated in their wedding monogram.

This was the initial design I made for her. She told me her table numbers should have that "garden-feel" look.
Then she requested for a simpler design, and Bev certainly loves the second layout! Much simpler, isn't it? :)
I created a total of 18 table numbers + the one I made especially for the VIPs. :)

More more projects to come. Overwhelmed with so many requests, but I'm absolutely happy and fulfilled. :)



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So happy she loved what I made for her. :)
Nich and Marie showed me their printed monogram. I must say that I appreciate it even more when it has already been printed. I still look forward to the other monogram I made for them; they'll be using it as a wax seal for their invites. :)
Till my next post, everyone. :)


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As always, a lot of brides have sent me their email addresses, so I can send them the hi-res files. :)


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I did promise they will have their monograms by the end of this month at the latest, and with so many requests (12 and counting) from w@wie and non-w@wie brides, I'm proud to say that I am still on time with each and every project I'm making. I plan, though, to finish all the pending projects FIRST before I accept more. :)

Here are the layouts I made for Nich. His wedding theme is classy -- something, like Victorian or "Marie Antoinette". Motifs are purple (main) with a touch of light pink and cream/off white. He wants something simple and minimal, yet elegant looking.
Then here are the layouts I made for Vanessa. She doesn't have a particular wedding theme, but she wants something that's simply elegant. Motifs are aqua blue and gold.
2 down, more to go. :)



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Sis Ohly wanted a casual type of table numbers. One reason why I enjoyed doing this was because "anything goes" here. The only request made was to include those cute piggies on her table numbers, and of course, I completely respected it. Here's what I did:
So sorry if you can't see those tiny, cute piggies below, but they're soooo adorable, I promise. :)



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Sis Margaux asked me if I can create a photo layout for her. This was quite challenging for me, as I've never done this before. She has a travel-themed wedding, so I came up with this design:
Not bad for a first timer, huh? It took me a few hours to finish it, but it was certainly worth it. :)

Cheers to Julius and Margaux who will be tying the knot in a week. :)


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Here are more missalette covers for my dear w@wie brides. :)
Sis Chelle was sweet enough to give away the layouts she won't use to other w@wie brides. I modified the other two based on their motifs.
Still have a lot of missalette covers (and monograms) to do, but I'm happy doing it for my w@wie sissies. :)



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Sis Margaux, a w@wie bride, asked me to help her design her missalette cover. She's getting hitched this month (yahoooo!), so I decided to do a few missalette cover layouts for her right away. She wants a travel-inspired layout, and making these designs was quite a challenge for me. It's not going to be a problem if it's a monogram, but incorporating a travel-themed design onto a missalette cover is something I haven't done in my entire life. I can't do what I want to do, thinking that the church might ask Margaux to change her missalette cover. Well, there are churches that are extremely "conservative", so I did my best shot and came up with these designs. I just hope that the church where Margaux is getting married at won't make a fuss over these.

Her motif, by the way, is a combination of gray and yellow.
I give a round of applause and a big hug and lots of kisses to my hubby dearest for sharing his idea on the last layout. He told me to put a globe in the middle and place passport, luggage, airplane, and map on 4 corners, representing north, south, east, and west. He has a really good point! We make a great team, don't we?

Until my next post! :)


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A w@wie sis asked me if I can make a wedding monogram for her, so here are the designs I created. She wants something modern, so I came up with these:
Then Chelle asked me if I can make something that will suit her royal-themed wedding -- something that has a crown -- so here's what I made for her:
See the huge difference between the two sets?

Next is another set of damask monograms for another w@wie bride. :)



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First things first. With all due respect to those who create monograms for a fee, I would like to let you know that I'm not competing with any of you. First, you guys are professionals; this is your craft, not mine. Second, I have no plans of putting up my own wedding monogram business or whatever you call it. This is just my hobby, and I'm happy doing this for brides who don't want to pay for a wedding monogram, but would like to have one. I'm not an expert in this field, so there is absolutely no way that I am going to be a threat to your business.

Okay, time to move on. :)

Sis Ryza sent me a message, telling me that her wedding is on December 13th of this year, but she has yet to create a beach-themed wedding monogram, so as a good Samaritan (:D), I willingly and happily made a few designs for her. She was super delighted and asked our fellow w@wie brides to help her pick the most beautiful one.

What about you? What's your pick? :)

More wedding monogram projects to come. There are a few brides who are actually waiting to have their own monogram created by yours truly.



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