martha stewart weddings magazine : lindsay & alyssa's wedding
Photo by Jose 

Lindsay & Alyssa were wonderful, memorable clients who married in Beaver Creek, CO in July 2015. It was a real treat to see their wedding featured in this month's Martha Stewart Weddings magazine, photographed by the renowned Jose Villa.

From Martha Stewart Weddings: "After spotting her work in Martha Stewart Weddings, the couple asked Bryn Chernoff of Paperfinger to design all of their stationery. The hand-calligraphed suite, letterpressed on Crane & Co. paper, featured drawings of Lindsay's house, where the ceremony took place, and the other weekend venues. Chernoff also sketched wildflowers for custom envelope liners. Stamps, from My Vintage Post Office, showed Colorado and mountain scenes."

From Martha Stewart Weddings:

"After spotting her work in Martha Stewart Weddings, the couple asked Bryn Chernoff of Paperfinger to design all of their stationery. The hand-calligraphed suite, letterpressed on Crane & Co. paper, featured drawings of Lindsay's house, where the ceremony took place, and the other weekend venues. Chernoff also sketched wildflowers for custom envelope liners. Stamps, from My Vintage Post Office, showed Colorado and mountain scenes."

Paperfinger had a role on nearly every element of the wedding. Custom illustrated monograms were made into water bottles for every guest in their welcome backpack. Maps, illustrated signage, programs, menus, the works.

Paperfinger had a role on nearly every element of the wedding. Custom illustrated monograms were made into water bottles for every guest in their welcome backpack. Maps, illustrated signage, programs, menus, the works.

All photos by Jose Villa. Read the entire feature on MSW.

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I'm hooked on f.lux.

F.luxometer is free software that you can install on your phone, laptop or iPad, that reduces the amount of blue light in your screen display and also adjusts accordingly throughout the light cycle of your day and night. That way, if you're logging some email time late at night, the blue light is dimmed so significantly and your screen takes on a muted yellow glow so your eyes and brain won't be receiving all that bright blue light, confusing your sleep cycle and throwing off your night's sleep. I find it so much more comfortable and soothing. Definitely give it a try.