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July 13, 2015

Sweet Peach Sweet Spots: Athens, Georgia

The map lover in me can't help but love and want to share this gem of a local map curated by Kristen Bach, Rinne Allen and Rebecca Wood. I am endlessly proud of our little town and how much we have to offer here -- culture, art, music, food and so many wonderful, creative and kind people. James and I are always in awe of how much Athens has evolved over the years but in some ways has stayed exactly the same; it's a completely different city than when I was dropped off at college here over 10 years ago! We love to call Athens our home. Thanks, Sweet Peach + The Small Object for putting together such a fantastic map of everything that makes us proud of this town! You can learn more about the project and download the PDF here

June 14, 2015

New in the shop -- cross stitch magnets

Several people have asked me to turn my cross stitch rose card into a magnet, so I made it happen! I love how they add just a touch of vintage to my fridge. They'd made a great gift for the friend who loves to cross-stitch or your mama. I also realized that my letterpress map coaster designs would look great as magnets, too, so those are coming to the shop soon! You can find the cross stitch magnets in my shop here + the cards here

May 31, 2015

Wedding logos

I am so excited to now offer custom wedding logos in my shop! When James and I tied the knot 5 years ago (!), wedding logos weren't as popular as they are today. Now it seems like everyone wants one, so I thought I'd jump on the bandwagon. 

I'm offering custom illustrations and designs as high-res digital files so couples can put their unique logo on everything from save-the-dates to their welcome bags. Brides can make their logo into rubber stamps, print it on their programs, or use it on their wedding website. The possibilities are endless!

Here are some examples of my illustrated logos -- your first home together, your reception venue, church, a directional compass for world travelers, a famous city landmark, etc.! I was thinking about what James and I would've chosen as our logo 5 years ago for our big day. Maybe two birds and a feather, or two green tomatoes (southern + my fave fried vegetable?!) ha! Really, I'm so excited to work with couples on these and I look forward to seeing how they use them. You can see my monogram/initial listing in the shop here and the illustrated logo listing here. What would your wedding logo be? -- Natty