I am SO excited to finally announce and share that my renovated website and brand new shop are live on the site!
Clove and Cedar was the new brand and logo born during all the shutdowns this last year and a half. I have moved a couple of times starting from before the pandemic and with all the moving and getting resettled it was time for a new name and new logo. Each part of my journey has defined the next chapter and each has its own story.
When I moved to Austin, Texas we were surrounded by beautiful cedar trees and have always loved being outside in nature, so when I decided to change the name I wanted this part of my journey to be reflected in the name and that’s where “Cedar” came from. “Clove” came from the sense of smell that is one of my favorite things about an experience. For example, Vanilla Cloves or Cinnamon Cloves produce cozy aromas and make a visually pleasing scene feel cozier. Aromatic elements really make an experience just like small details in a wedding make a large impact on the day. So with both elements in place, the new brand was created.
During this time period, I produced new unique semi-templated product lines using different mediums, color schemes, and materials. The shop is now up and running on the site featuring boutique invitation collections and designs that will make a beautiful first impression for your guests and your wedding.
Invitations are the first glimpse your guests receive of your wedding day and festivities. The invitations are a beautiful story that sets the tone of your wedding day, relays important details, and also shares the formality of your day. They do all of these things and more within your invitation set and they are a special memento to hang on to for the future. I love being able to send my couples their first proof of their designs because it is usually the first time they see on the invitation and it gives them that “this is real” feeling. It is one of my favorite things to celebrate with my clients and provide services that make them excited about their process.
I also focused on my semi-custom products for my shop and opened my Etsy store.On the Etsy store, there are a variety of product types and styles that will be forever growing.You can actually find my Etsy store from the nav bar on the site under “shop”.
On the website, I kept the shop more focused on vow books and will be adding butique invitation collections that will be swapped out occasionally for new invitations collections to keep a creative flow to the shop. If you are looking for invitation collections you can shop them on the Etsy store or contact me directly for design catalogs and project ideas.
I am over the moon to share all of these things. These collections will be continuously growing but if you see the bones of something you love or materials you would like I am happy to discuss customizing these collections further or creating a custom invitation set contact me directly.
I look forward to updating everyone on new products and collections when they are available.
I also create day-of stationery so if you had already had your invitations done but need menus, programs, place cards, table numbers and so much more please feel to reach out to discuss your project.