Taking inspiration from the time-honored Old English rhyme of “Something Olde, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue, A Sixpence in your Shoe”, the extraordinary artistry of Bien Fait Calligraphy adorns special and uniquely personal bestowals for wedding couples of The Huestudio + Company.
Gifted as small tokens of appreciation for selecting our Company for wedding planning services, these whimsical “good luck charms” reflect the uniqueness of the wedding couple in a thoughtful and personal manner.
Delight in these tokens of gratitude, recently gifted to Elizabeth + Daniel, a bride + groom of The Huestudio + Company.
Continuity represents Something Olde with an heirloom Hull Art Pottery vase. Collected by the wedding couple, the vase contains colors of the wedding palette.
Something New offers optimism for the future. With Italian heritages, this new bridal plate was simply perfect!
Symbolizing borrowed happiness, Something Borrowed are scrumptious spools of hand-dyed happiness ribbons by Joi Hunt of Bien Fait Calligraphy.
Something Blue stands for purity, love, and fidelity with a personal Bridal Agenda from Tiffany & Company. Who doesn’t love a special blue box to open?
Largely a British custom, A Sixpence in your Shoe, is a wish for good fortune and prosperity, and is playfully represented by three 2 pence coins from previous travels.
All four uniquely personal gifts magically come together to celebrate and honor an equally magical wedding couple in the most special way!
Congratulations + Best Wishes!
PC: © PhotoGabi exclusively for The Huestudio + Company, 2017.