Early in college, I became obsessed with the idea of working in the wedding industry. I loved the thought of creating beautiful things for beautiful events, but I wasn't sure what that looked like yet.
I *thought* it looked like event planning, so I sought out an internship at the most beautiful wedding venue I could think of at the time, The Columbus Museum of Art. I worked there for the Spring semester in 2019, and around that same time I was assisting wedding planners and event coordinators throughout the city. As much as I loved working on and witnessing so many beautiful weddings, I knew the demanding schedule just wasn't for me.
I combined my passion for weddings with my interest for graphic design to seek out another internship in the wedding industry, this time in fine stationery design! I reached out to a few different studios around Columbus, and I was so lucky Annette responded. I spent the Fall semester of 2019 working for Birdhaus where I fell in love with all things related to wedding paper goods and learned some incredibly valuable skills about the industry.
Birdhaus closed their doors to open some new ones soon after my internship ended and I took some time away from the wedding industry to study abroad in the Spring of 2020, but I was thrilled to continue working with Annette at her new company Season Journals upon my return home in the Summer of 2020 as the brand partnership coordinator. I was still on the inside of the wedding industry, witnessing beautiful couples and even more beautiful love stories.
I've been taking on projects for friends and family over the last few years, but I am finally be launching my own stationery design business. I am excited to offer custom wedding paper packages, including everything from save the dates, invitation suites, day-of products, and much more. I love cohesiveness, and I would love to design some pieces that help tie together your big day.