Vendor Spotlight: Jayme Fort Designs


Vendor spotlight is a new trendsetting wedding feature highlighting some of the most wonderful modern wedding + event vendors, which I select myself. These are not sponsored or paid posts…quite simply, I am sharing with you vendors I like!

The first vendor spotlight goes to Jayme Fort Designs.

Jayme Fort Designs

Jayme Fort Designs is a complete custom stationery boutique. She offer custom designs for all types of stationery including full wedding collections, personal stationery, monograms, and handmade cards and invitations. She describes her style as a little more architectural… a little less fluffy. She wanted to bring a breath of modern design to a wedding world full of the expected, traditional and floral designs.

Jayme’s favorite aspect of what she does is DESIGNING. She loves to design, and creating new custom looks that speak to the bride or client is what keeps her motivated! She loves when people come to her and say “I have been looking everywhere and can’t find anything that I like!” Challenge accepted…

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[image credit: Jayme Fort Designs]

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They are all wedding stationery, each has a complete coordinating collection and each is completely customizable. The last image is one from my holiday collection… I used an engagement picture and it doubled as the couple’s Christmas card… it has the most beautiful vintage feel because it is printed on thick linen textured card stock rather than the usual glossy photo paper and has lovely rounded corners for one more added detail.

To learn more about Jayme Fort Designs, you can visit her website and her Etsy shop. Jayme can be contacted at: jaymefortdesigns AT gmail.com.

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