‘Seaside Garden’ Incorporates Starfish With White Hydrangeas

white starfish and hydrangea flower
Getting Creative

The white “Blushing Bride” hydrangea shrub is showing off some mighty nice, big, white flowers and I decided that I would try photographing them with starfish for my wedding shops. This is the photo I chose to use – with the background removed, to make the first set of custom stationery for Sandpiper Wedding. I call it Seaside Garden for brides who are married near the ocean in summer (or Fall) when the hydrangeas are blooming.  I think it’s a nice combination.

It could apply to any couple who loves the beach too. I always say, “it’s your wedding, do it as you want”. Personally, I hate to see everyone choose the same old designs over and over just because they are popular. Choose something that is uniquely you. This stationery will be very unique since I took the photo, created the design and made the cards.

It was a toss-up between that beach-themed store and the hydrangea themed store, but I decided to use the white flower alone for the BlueHyd shop. At some point I will use the flower alone to create wedding invitations, but for now I am working on the “Seaside Garden” design, with a blue version to come.

Author: Pam

I grew up in New England but spent most of my life living in central Florida and blog about seashells, beaches, gardening, boating, fishing, hiking, photography, food, knitting, and my work as a designer at Zazzle.

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