Maura (and her sweet mother!) was one of my all time favorite brides. Like, ever. We worked together while I still had my studio in my home, and she came all the way from New Jersey with her mother for her consult. I knew the moment I met her that I adored them, and it sealed the deal when her mother sincerely complimented me on my original baby-pink 1970's bathroom (complete with lucite vanity pulls). These were my people, through and through.

It helped that Maura hired my dear friend Jainé, of Brklyn View Photography, as her photographer, because, well, Jainé is incredible and that's that. I knew instantly that not only would it be a dream to create these invitations, but that Maura's wedding would be the type I wish I could have attended.

While Maura's overall aesthetic featured a cheerful array of pinks, deep reds, and greenery - we kept the invitations classic, with a touch of nautical, as hint to the venue: the Bridgeview Yacht Club on Long Island. I tied in the florals with a custom crest, and leaves along the edges of the insert card. The entire suite was printed on crisp white cotton paper in navy blue letterpress, with a hint of my beloved champagne gold foil. The navy and white striped envelope liner tied in the nautical location, and the navy reply envelope was a rich, elegant accent.

Maura's invitation is politely called Prep, and is a showstopper in the Sincerely, Jackie studio.

*Guys, can I share a little secret? This isn't the first time I highlighted Maura's wedding invitations. GASP! I know, but I couldn't help myself because they're just so, so, so lovely! To see more, including the most charming day-of paper ever, visit this post right here*

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