Spotlight: Lilly & Louise

Kelly  |  July 26

I’m a big fan of pretty paper goods, and local Santa Barbara invitation designer Leslie Lewis Sigler of Lilly & Louise does just that. About a month ago Kirsten of Beaux Arts and I did a little styling session with Leslie’s paper good for her new website. It was a fun day and I loved all the pretty paper goodies we captured.

Leslie does completely custom work and she’s also a fine art artist so mixing media, colors and textures is right up her alley (she was the genius behind my own blog re-design). Here’s a very classic and elegant invitation which I styled with a black tie, vintage perfume bottle and a string of pearls.

I love the playful calligraphy of this suite, and the notched flag detail? Adorable!

From programs with a sewn edge, to buttons with guest names, to fortune tellers, Leslie designs paper items way beyond your standard invitation.

Here she designed welcome bags to match the invitations. Seriously, have band-aids ever looked so cute?

Of course, if something more mod, and slightly Mad Men in flavor, is more your speed, this suite she created for a 70s birthday bash is pure mid-century awesomeness. I styled the invites with some matchbooks from the period (I found a bunch in Los Alamos). Anyway, you can see more of Leslie’s paper goodness here, her fine art here (she painted my favorite silver piece in my collection right here) and if you’re looking for logo design, she does that too, right here. And you can take a tour of Leslie’s adorable home over on Design*Sponge!

Real Wedding: Bohemian Watercolor
Color Palette: Spring Pastels


  1. New post: Spotlight: Lilly & Louise

    Comment by @KellyOshiro — July 26, 2012 @ 11:25 am

  2. so styling work I did for the amazing invitations company lilly & louise,

    Comment by @KellyOshiro — July 26, 2012 @ 11:35 am

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  4. These are pretty awesome! I love the name tag buttons!

    Comment by Vanessa Laub — August 9, 2012 @ 8:49 pm

  5. These are all really great! I can’t get enough of that white calligraphy on the grey envelope.

    Comment by Josh Gruetzmacher — August 14, 2012 @ 11:47 am

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