License Plate Love

Kristy came to me with this fun idea for their save the date. She wanted their wedding details in the shape and style of a license plate — North Carolina, to be specific. Kristy and Scott met and went to Duke University and are getting married there too! So, I had the opportunity to sketch the chapel at Duke, which we used for the center of the save the date. The rest of the wedding details are designed around the sketch to pull together the license plate look.

Side note…those of you that know me know that I graduated from University of Maryland and am a avid Terps basketball fan — season ticket holder, in fact. So, if any other bride had asked for a Duke inspired save the date, I might have said no, but Kristy is my cousin and family comes before fan affiliation, so there you go! Enjoy!
kristy save date pic

9 thoughts on “License Plate Love

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