It's your wedding so your invitations should match YOUR style of celebration! Here at Tara’s Designs, my goal is to create a branded, cohesive look for all your wedding stationery that coordinates with your formalwear, décor, venue, and more. Think of me as your stationery sidekick here to streamline the process from design to printing to mailing and more.
I only offer custom design which means I start from scratch on your dream design for everything from invitations to menus to signs and more. During your consultation we will discuss fonts, design elements, colors, and a whole lot more to make sure your vision comes to life in your wedding stationery.
Excited to be designing for customers all over the United States! I am open by appointment only so make sure to schedule a consultation before stopping by because I am not always on location when working.
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My love of wedding stationery began when I was a little girl. Every time my parents would get an invitation in the mail to a wedding I would make sure they kept it. And then when they attended the wedding I wanted to see the program when they got home. Once I got old enough to attend weddings with them it was even more fun because I got to see how the invitation and program design fit into the rest of the couples’ wedding style from the bridesmaids dresses to the reception decor.
In 2014 I started this business after helping numerous family members and close friends design stationery for their weddings and being nudged by my best friend to start helping more people! I love meeting with couples - you all are some of the happiest customers around because you’re in LOVE! My face usually hurts from smiling so much after consultations.
As far as my graphic design background goes - I've been a professional designer since 2005. I have a split degree in journalism and graphic design so I usually do some editing of your wording as well if I see anything that needs to be fixed. And I currently work full-time as a graphic designer for the UNO Center for Public Affairs Research.