Friday, June 29, 2012

{Vendor Spotlight} Dryden Custom Design

***Update - Here is my new business card holder made by Beth!! She makes really neat one of a kind items that are upcycled. "Upcycling is the process of converting waste materials or useless products (bernice london uses scraps of leather for example) into new materials or products of better quality or a higher environmental value".***
Recently I sat down and chatted with a new local designer, Beth Dryden, who owns a boutique design house offering custom logo design, business card design, identity design, custom invitations, styling & art direction and more. She also has Bernice London, a shop on Etsy where you can purchase handmade journals, business card holders, ink prints and also request custom items such as photo books, journals, ink prints with your favorite quote and more. What intrigued me about Beth's work is her use of textures, interesting fonts, and completely personalized invitation suites.
 Hold it. Feel it. Pin it up. Twirl it. Pass it out. Write on it. Stick it on your moving vehicle. Mail it out.

About her Custom Invitation Design (Wedding Suites, Party & Event Invites, etc.)
If you are looking for unique and custom invitations, she can design a custom experience that will set the tone for your party, event or wedding. 
She can design a whole Invitation Suite or parts of it, or just invitations by themselves. To design these gems with unique touches and attention to detail she likes to only do 50 or less per event. If your event requires more and you want that custom touch please contact her for further information.

Her newest project seen below is one of my favorites!!! Beth describes, "My clients were looking to get married with just a few close friends and family. It was to be held in a square in Savannah, GA underneath a gazebo. The bride to be was looking for a fun, vintage inspired "we are finally getting married" feel with a cantaloupe and pistachio color scheme. She also requested that a "Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil" DVD be sent along with the invites to give her guests an insight into the fabulous city". Just look at the fab details that were put into the design: cigar boxes, suede tabs, and gift tags!!
 
See more of Beth's work here:
etsy shop | http://www.etsy.com/shop/bernicelondon#

2 comments:

  1. I love the effect on the Jana and Aneese invite - but they are all beautiful!

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