artfully tailored wedding stationery and planning guidance
FOR BRIDES ON THE PURSUIT OF GREAT DESIGN
FIRST THINGS FIRST, YOU'RE ENGAGED.
So let us toast a virtual cocktail and serve up a congrats on a silver platter.
I'm Hope Johnson ...the founder of TLBC and creator of The Wedding Guide: a devoted wedding planner for a mindful marriage. I am ecstatic you are here. ...and assume you are a firm believer in paper, words, and romance - from Jane Austen to wedding stationery.
...grab those dancing shoes, my dear.
BEFORE YOU BEGIN YOUR PLANNING, MEET
THE WEDDING GUIDE
So, maybe you're engaged and in total planning mode. ...or maybe planning has you halted in place because you're overwhelmed with all. the. things. you have to do.
Either way, you should meet
The Wedding Guide: a devoted wedding planner for a mindful marriage
...where devotion meets planning meets sketchbook (and all the things in between).
WINDOW SHOPPING, are we?
CUSTOM WEDDING STATIONERY
"TLBC became my sounding board as well as this just amazing presence that always kept me grounded through the wedding planning process."
— S. Jones, bride
For the love of paper.
The Semi-Custom Collection is comprised of six intentionally designed, customizable suites, creating what looks, feels, and truly is a custom piece (without the labor from the ground up). Swoon over delicate cotton papers, fine printing, and assembly details - because there are some things you just cannot find in an oversized binder of samples.
"Now at last, they were beginning Chapter One of the great story no one on earth has ever read, it goes on forever; in which every chapter is better than the one before."
I'm Hope Johnson. The inky hands and freckled face behind the studio doors of TLBC. I'll say it and I'll repeat it throughout my entire existence ...I believe in paper, words, and romance. And something beautiful happens when you combine them all together. Be it a Jane Austen novel, a handwritten note, or as you've presumably guessed it - wedding paper.
To me, the the wedding stationery is right up there with the wedding dress. It's equally important to you - or else you likely wouldn't be here, right?
...and I think there is something irrevocably romantic about a gown that is worn once and only once and a collection of papers and words used once and only once.
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