Giveaway With To Put It Eloquently
Hello everyone! I am super excited about this post because it is my first collaboration with another creative! I am teaming up with the Etsy Shop, To Put It Eloquently, to bring you all a special giveaway!
To Put It Eloquently . . .
The owner and founder of To Put It Eloquently is Etsy Shop creative, Rachel Deppe! Oddly enough, Rachel and I both attended the same high school and college, small world! I found Rachel’s work through a mutual friends Instagram post who was sharing the work that Rachel created for her!
After looking through To Put It Eloquently’s Instagram page, I knew I wanted to do a collaboration with her!
I reached out to Rachel saying how much I admired her work and if she would be interested in a collaboration and she said yes! From there on we immediately started figuring out all of the details for you peeps!
Rachel is a calligraphist who is passionate about her work and is truly excited about each and every piece she send out!
My Piece . . .
I knew I wanted something meaningful for our home so it took me some time to figure out all of the minor pieces but Rachel was so patient and kind throughout the whole process! She seriously brought my vision to life and then some! I told her what I was looking, my color scheme, and all the details I could think of and she delivered!
Check out my custom piece that Rachel created for me below!
I wanted something meaningful for our home so that is where the quote, “Where ever we’re standing, I won’t take you for granted,” comes from. That quote is part of the lyrics to Chad and I’s song.
My favorite color is blush pink and I knew I wanted some flowers incorporated so I told Rachel the color scheme for my future gallery wall and let her surprise me with the flowers. I trusted her completely after seeing all of her work and she did not disappoint! The leaves and flowers have hints of gold throughout.
I wanted something that would also be timeless so instead of the trending/popular gold lettering, I decided to go with black!
I plan for this piece to be the “focal point” for my future gallery wall! Once it is hung I may post an image on here for you all to see . . . If I remember that is 😉