The 2015 l o v e season is just about to start and I can’t wait to show off some of the designs I’ve gotten to work on the past few weeks. There’s quite a range of styles, but for now, here’s a look back on some of my favourites from previous years.
Jamie Fenwick is one talented lady! With an eye for fine art photography and knack for capturing outdoor environments illuminated by natural light, Jamie immortalizes breathtaking moments in time. Her images are then curated on her fine art wedding blog, Vale & Vine. When creating a brand for Vale & Vine, we drew inspiration from Canada’s beautifully diverse natural landscapes. Scroll through the blog, and you’ll no doubt be inspired to head outdoors yourself!
For the past few months, it has been so exciting to see Lindsay find her passion and photograph so many familiar faces from both her and my past (oh the suburbs of Vancouver!). When she came to me wanting a fresh new look, we immediately knew it’d be a perfect fit. Pretty watercolours mixed with an outdoorsy flair was the perfect match for her style. And me personally, I adore the funky navigation and typography on top.
Make sure to check out all the prettiness at her website and head over to her Facebook, where she’s celebrating with a deal!
While I have yet to cross this continent/country off the list (hopefully soon!), I look forward to Australia Day (Jan 26, but right now here in Canada thanks to the time difference) each year for one reason.
Australia’s best kept secret is a yearly tradition known as triple j’s hottest 100. For a few hours, the radio station counts down the hottest 100 songs of the previous year, and weeks leading up to the event, allow anyone to listen to hundreds of nominees and vote for their top ten. Count me in.
Every year I’m impressed with the music triple j plays, and their top songs have yet to make a breakthrough in North America as they tend to be a little bit ahead of the game.
The last few years included Vance Joy’s ‘Riptide” (2013), Macklemore’s “Thriftshop” (2012), and Goyte’s “Somebody That I Used to Know” (2011) as the #1 choice, all months before our local stations gave them a play.