Monday, August 3, 2009


Sometimes, even in wedding planning {but certainly in the life of a creative}, one needs to heed the words above. This piece by Maira Kalman in Thursday's New York Times called And the Pursuit of Happines is a great reminder that creativity too must be invented {though I have a strong belief that it is just easier for some people than others}. So when you just don't know what you can do to make your wedding different from every other wedding out there, to make it yours and yours alone, go to these words and then "don't mope in your room, go invent something".

Incidently, this is a great piece for wedding stationery inspiration as well. Note the calligraphy above and dig these illustrations:

Now that's talent.

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