Carol was inspired by something she saw on Pinterest and asked her dad if he could make a sign for the wedding. The guests were coming from many, many places, and Carol wanted something that would acknowledge the distances traveled. Mr Maui Stamper, aka Dad, is a craftsman in his own right. His medium is … More A very special sign
It all began – at least from a paper point of view – with the invitation: I made about 8 different samples and sent them off to Australia for Carol and Clarence to see. Thank goodness for Skype, Viber and email!! We compared and adjusted and tweaked until we were all happy, and then I … More The wedding invitation
If it hadn’t been for my girlfriends this would have never happened: Have you ever made one of those little paper rosettes? You stack 6 or so scallop circles, push a brad through the middle to hold them together, dampen the paper and then scrunch, scrunch, scrunch. It took a LOT of loving hands to … More Rows and rows and rows….
My daughter’s wedding was a very personal event. She and Clarence had many choices to make, but each of them had a very personal touch. They were looking for a different sort of guest book – not the traditional “sign your name” variety. Since everything had to go back to Australia (boo!) after the wedding, … More Memories and messages from the guests
My daughter Carol and her husband Clarence wanted to be sure every guest at their wedding felt welcomed, and they wanted that welcome to be very personal. They decided to give each guest a lei greeting and take a photo with them. We set up a table for the lei: One thing I have to … More A special wedding welcome
“There’s no such thing as the perfect picture…just the perfect moment.” That’s a quote from Scott Drexler, the enormously talented photographer who captured many perfect moments for our family last weekend. We spent the week before the wedding celebrating with family and friends who arrived from near and far. Saturday was a gorgeous Maui day, … More Memories to last a lifetime