It was great working with LSDdesign. The design work is great and the turnaround is quick. It’s been very pleasant and professional interaction. Thank you
Dalim was wonderful to work with. In the final stage of the contest, I had 3 designers whose work I liked, each one of them working with a quite similar design, but none of them feeling magic. Then, at the last moment, Dalim sailed in with Gold Ink in the title and that was what did it! The image truly clicked. She was very timely about her communication and willing to make whatever changes were desired. My only recommendation was that she let people know she is a woman. Somehow, once I found that out, I felt even happier to have chosen her.
The designer was able to amaze me with his design. I had an idea in mind but he was able to change it into something better.
Thank you for working creatively and diligently to produce this project with excellence for my client.
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Amore Events is a wedding planning and coordination company.
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After years of being told that I "should write a book" telling the stories of any wedding craziness, I have finally done so. It's an E-book that is a combination of both stories and advice. With each chapter, there is a true story detailing an unfortunate situation that occurred during the wedding or through the course of planning. Then each chapter ends with advice from the "pro" on how to avoid a repeat of that situation at a future event.
The book's title:
Wedding ScaryTales - Stories & Advice from a Pro in the Know
by Jennifer Molloy
The book's title should be the big feature, with some sort of quirky appropriate art. I am totally clueless as to what that might be which is why I welcome all designer's creative juices.
This book is truly a form of Chick-Lit. The main demographic I want to attract are the same ladies that watch the "Bridezillas"-type shows on TV. Ladies that like reading about wedding gossip and snarkiness. Another huge demographic will be ladies that are truly planning their big day. I have written the book to (hopefully) be an enjoyable read for all of these types whether or not they actually have a wedding being planned so I'm hoping that the cover can represent that as well.