Each of our designs begins with a conversation about how you want your guests to feel and what makes your story unique. We establish an overall direction with a custom mood board, color palette and keywords. During the design process, we consider what visual and tactile elements will have the most significant impact and how to cohesively bring those pieces together. Inspiration can come from something as simple as the type of materials used at the venue, or as specific as a memory.


French Country meets California Cool



key features

key feature: COSMO

the couple’s dog, Cosmo, is a chocolate labradoodle. He inspired several touch-points throughout the day, including the bridal bouquet of cosmos

Cecile's Paper Co. Josh and Courtney Loeb Wedding

key feature: TOILE

a modern French-inspired toile with drawings of the venue, couple, Cosmo the labroodle and cosmo flowers added playful touches to a classic print


key feature: VENUE

the wedding ceremony and reception were hosted in Malibu at a French Chateaux styled estated in late September - this informed the overall style

Josh and Courtney Loeb Wedding

the paper

Cecile's Paper Co. Josh and Courtney Loeb Wedding

Save the Date

The save the dates paid homage to one of the couple’s favorite songs, Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September,” in a fun, custom calligraphy. At the wedding, “September” opened up the dance floor and the silk ribbon was used for the Bride’s and Bridesmaids’ bouquets.

Cecile's Paper Co. Josh and Courtney Loeb Wedding


The formal invitation featured a flowing calligraphy in French Blue, with contrasting textures of letterpress on handmade cotton paper backed to a linen-bound keepsake illustration. The toile pattern was printed as a repeating pattern on the envelope with the individual illustrations on each insert.

the wedding

Day-of goods featured different homages to Cosmo, printed toile linens, pillows and napkins, dried citrus accents and a country farm-style favor table.