Corey and Ming met after moving to LA post grad school. Corey interned at Google where Ming was working at the time, and she was always coming home and telling her roommates about this cute guy at work who was too shy to talk to her. It took three months for either one of them to say more than “good morning” or “hi” in passing, but on the intern’s last day celebration, she finally talked to him. Turns out, he was also eyeing her for the past 3 months and asked her to get coffee before she headed back home. She agreed, and they continued dating long distance for a year before she moved back to LA to be with Ming. He proposed on the day they closed on their first house together and now we’re here! J
This wedding invitation suite is perfect for the modern couple. It has pops of color within the ampersand, to make it feel warmer than your typical minimal ‘modern suite’. The ampersand is carried out throughout the invitation suite, using it on both the invitation itself and the RSVPs. Corey initially contacted me looking for just save the dates. She wanted something simple with eucalyptus leaves and one of their engagement photos. After they received their Save the Dates they were instantly ready to begin their invitations.
They had told me that the ampersand was something they were using in a wood engraved sign Ming made during their proposal; and, if possible, they wanted to use it in the invitations. When they showed me the rest of their ideas on how to incorporate the and sign I fell in love! And we all quickly agreed that we had to implement it as much as we could!