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September 26, 2018

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I was recently asked to create custom notecards for an entire team of wedding and event planners. The owner wanted an illustration of the team together, and then wanted to separate the design to create personalized notecards for each girl. The result was a lovely looking group of ladies dressed in navy. 

 

custom illustration, custom notecards, weddings, wedding planning, Brittany Fuson

 

custom illustration, custom notecards, weddings, wedding planning, Brittany Fuson

 

custom illustration, custom notecards, weddings, wedding planning, Brittany Fuson

 

custom illustration, custom notecards, weddings, wedding planning, Brittany Fuson

 

See more information on the custom process here.


August 20, 2018

Mencio

The best way to capture those special moments is sometimes through an illustration. This is a bride with her mom and sister on her big day!  I love the color scheme with the pretty purples. Congratulations to this family!

August 06, 2018

Robin White

One of my favorite things about weddings is not only the cake, but when it's a friend of mine, I will pick up the pew pen and illustrate the wedding dress on the spot. Yes, I'm not 100% paying attention during the ceremony, but I hope the bride at least appreciates the end result. This was from a few years ago, but it was a dear friend from  high school's wedding, and her dress was stunning! 

July 13, 2018

Macey

Sharing another save the date where the location is a key focal point. Congrats to these two!


August 25, 2017

Popping the Question

So you're engaged, now what? Where do you even begin with the wedding planning process? Well, I think it would be wise to start by ordering the BFP wedding planner to help you keep your thoughts, to do lists and budget in check. From there, most brides jump in head first and get the bridal party in line. So, how do you ask your besties to play a part in your big day? 
Make it short and sweet, but oh so special. There's been a huge trend in 
putting together a special box of goodies to pop the question to your maids. 
We've put together a few ideas of how to execute this important ask, all
centering around the most important part, the "Will You Be My Bridesmaid" card. We also have something for the Maid and Matron of Honor. If you want to keep it more generic, stick with the "Stand By Me" version (also available in bridesmaid, maid of honor, and matron of honor). If the card isn't enough, try using one of our Winks. Tie it on the outside of a cute bag or around a bottle of champagne (available in bridesmaid, maid of honor, and matron of honor). There's also something for the flower girl. No matter how you pop the question, the answer is sure to be a major YES! 

tin box  |  Bridesmaid card  |  paper confetti  |  twine purchased from Home Depot

August 11, 2017

Maren

Ohhhh to be married in France! I loved bringing this bride's vision to life... her international nuptials were to be a smaller event with a more inclusive
party back home after the wedding. Wishing I could've been on the invite list for this one. Congrats to the newlyweds! 
Email me for pricing on custom invitations/save the dates and the like! 
brittany.fuson@gmail.com

August 10, 2017

Laura

One of my favorite things about weddings is the cake, let's be honest.
Ok, but on a serious note, the best part is usually the bride's entrance.
I get chills every time (and sometimes tears), but it's that moment that
usually takes everybody's breath away. And, yes, we all take a peak at
the groom to see his reaction, but for the most part, all eyes are on the 
bride. As a wedding attendee, my go-to wedding gift is a custom 
illustration of the bride in all her wedding day glory. While it's been
a slower wedding season this summer, the few that I have been to have
been perfection in every way. Take a peak at two of my brides from this
summer...

Email me for pricing information on custom illustrations.
brittany.fuson@gmail.com

July 10, 2017

Wedding Planner

Let's talk about weddings, shall we? You've already popped the question to your maids (see great ideas of how to do so here and here).... so, what now?
A great place to start is to pick up the BFP Wedding Planner  (available here). Not only is it full of great ideas to keep you on track (and on budget), but it's loaded with festive illustrations by yours truly to make the planning even more inspired! Happy (almost) wife, happy life... or so the saying goes. To keep your head straight throughout the week, use one of my favorite tools, the Weekly To-Do List to make your list and check it twice. There's nothing more gratifying than crossing something off my to-do list, so I hope this is a life saver for all the brides-to-be! Once you're in full wedding mode, the gifts are sure to start rolling in. Keep track of every happy you receive by recording them in the Gift Log. It takes the guess work out of thank-you notes... did I already write that one? Who is this platter that we'll never use from? Stay on top of all of it with the Gift Log (you can thank me later). Lastly, don't wait until the last minute to start drafting your vows...
use these pocket-sized Vow Books to keep notes as you think of them. 
Happy wedding planning!