Jennifer and Rafael's wedding day was filled with bright smiles and colors, and we are happy to have been part of their perfect day. Jennifer contacted us about our pennants watercolor guestbook, she needed help with making it part of their wedding theme. She knew she wanted a "Mexican Fiesta" theme almost immediately. And since her husband’s mother is from Mexico and he grew up on the border in Brownsville, Jennifer thought it was also very appropriate to display his heritage. She never could have selected a single color for the wedding, this way she was able to use each and every color!
The Making of Angel Oak Tree Watercolor Guestbook clip This is a Watercolor Guestbook Tree coming to life. It's our first recording of the kind and we are thrilled to share it!I especially love how the passing of time is shown by the change in light.
Our Watercolor Guestbook Painting has been featured in THE KNOT NEW JERSEY MAGAZINE as part of Frank and Megan's amazing wedding. Accompanying the bride and groom, our artwork visited a place I adore, with trains and stations and railroads... parts of our lives... We created a "Tree of Life", original watercolor guestbook painting with light pinks, light grayish greens and ivory with deep plum accents. A delightful color palette that flowed through the entire venue, The Georgia State Railroad Museum. Guest Book Watercolor Paintings: Once Upon a Paper For more images of this beautiful wedding please visit: The Knot