illustrated table signs : for a water mill wedding

Posted: October 7th, 2009 | Author: | Filed under: art, brooklyn, calligraphy, design, handmade, lettering and fonts, paper, paperfinger, places, travel, weddings | 7 Comments »

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This has to be one of my favorite event services: illustrated table signs.

Congrats to some wonderful clients who were married last Saturday out in Water Mill, New York. They asked me to create and illustrate a dozen table signs for their rehearsal dinner. Locations included Boathouse Row in Philadelphia, the Upper West Side, a Belgian Beer Bar downtown, the New York skyline, Syracuse University – along with a drawing of their prized pup, Roxie. All the drawings were based on images in their photo albums or from photos online.

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7 Comments on “illustrated table signs : for a water mill wedding”

  1. 1 margaret said at 5:05 pm on October 7th, 2009:

    insanely gorgeous !!
    Im so impressed.

  2. 2 paper tastebuds » Blog Archive » escort & place : cards for the water mill wedding said at 7:04 am on October 8th, 2009:

    […] I did for the wedding in Water Mill, New York last weekend. Yesterday’s feature was on the illustrated table signs for the rehearsal dinner. These are images of the escort cards and place cards. You may recognize […]

  3. 3 Paperfinger Illustrated Table Signs said at 10:18 am on October 12th, 2009:

    […] Calligraphy & Design does some amazing work, and I’m completely taken with these custom illustrated table signs that she created for a couple’s rehearsal dinner. Each of the dozen table signs features an […]

  4. 4 Dorkys said at 11:42 am on October 12th, 2009:

    Aww Syracuse…I miss that place :)

    This was such a creative idea and they came out absolutely lovely.

  5. 5 Tanya said at 8:16 am on October 14th, 2009:

    these are absolutely splendid!

  6. 6 Samantha said at 3:18 pm on October 19th, 2009:

    These are so beautiful and creative! I am obsessed with all of your work — it is all absolutely stunning.

    What kinds of pens do you use? Is this all done with calligraphy tips dipped in ink??

  7. 7 Jackson said at 11:27 pm on January 7th, 2010:

    Hey these our really nice, i came across one nice site which has paper tastebubs you can check it out.


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