We were honored to be featured last month on Brides.com for the gorgeously understated wedding of Lauren and Alexander. The couple’s wedding day was rustic yet romantic with a clean, neutral color palette that blended in perfectly with their wine country surroundings at Beaulieu Garden. Subtle pops of classic navy blue appeared throughout the invitation suite as well as in the wedding party with their matching navy dresses and blue suits and ties. And to help guide their east coast visitors, we designed a fun envelope liner map to show them the way North.
We’ve long been supporters of the Tipping Point for it’s unwavering efforts to fight poverty in the Bay Area. Their mission is undeniable, but they also happen to have a great logo, informative and inspiring infographics, a well-designed website, and, most importantly, a very powerful impact.
Last week, they stepped it up another notch with their annual fundraising gala. With the help of the ever-talented event planner Stanlee Gatti, the Tipping Point hosted 1,200 supporters at a dinner auction at Pier 48, at which they raised an unprecedented $12 million.
The theme was Bay Area Under Construction – only Stanlee could make a construction site look compelling and elegant. The hall was filled with orange glowing lights, the tables and chairs were draped in caution tape-trimmed custom fabric, and the signage was a fun combination of street signs and stencilled spray paint. It was a great reminder to everyone that, as a community, we were there to help build a better Bay Area.
Thanks to the entire Tipping Point community for inspiring us not only in design, but, more importantly, in giving.