My work is extremely process driven and involves a creative input from all hands involved. The paper I primarily use is handmade, adored for its raw, organic deckled edging. My process all begins in a sketchbook, illustrating narratives that represent you: the venue, a customized map, branded logos and family crests, etc.

The printing is hand-fed in to a near century old letterpress, leaving a delicate, tactile impression of the illustrated finished product of your very own piece of work. However, I often dabble in watercolor aspects, gold leaf application, silkscreen printing and anything my wild heart can dream up. 

I'm Hope and THE little BLUE CHAIR is my company. I am a stationery designer and wedding enthusiast and have been working these hands of mine since 2012, and long before. In college, I focused my course training in Printmaking. I spent hours (upon hours upon hours) in the basement printlab at Louisiana State University. My hands were callused and ink covered 90% of the time, and from then on, a labor of love was born.

I cater my work to creative, visionary brides and grooms alike to produce stationery that speaks, stationery that tells your story. You have a keen understanding of your overall wedding vision and the stationery is of utmost importance of portraying that vision. You want your invitation to become the preface to your story. You want the invitation to look like you, not the masses.





Sweet Nothings & Kind Words:

TLBC is so honored to have had the opportunity to work along side some wonderful wedding industry leaders and vendors and have, by result, been featured in an array of wedding blogs and print publications. TLBC is unbelievably grateful for the creative helping hand of others that have landed us there.

Style Me Pretty, The Black Tie Bride, Southern Celebrations, 225, inRegister, Bespoke Bride, Junebug Weddings, New Orleans Wedding Magazine


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