Feature : Image to Impact – stationery, design, photography

Hello! I’m Ashley Ruff. I graduated from Winthrop University with a fine arts degree in graphic design and also photography. I was fortunate enough to land a position as art director of our state magazine, then went on to become the art director of a local marketing firm. I absolutely love art and what I do. On the side, I own a business called Image to Impact, where I design custom and affordable wedding stationery, and photograph weddings and portraits. I love creating relationships and personalizing your special day with all the perfect details.

Here are a few examples of my work (using gatefold invitations from cutcardstock and a custom designed belly band.

Below is a fun spring wedding design printed on metallic paper with metallic envelopes.

Below is another bold statement with a perfect pocket and custom monogram seal.

Aside from wedding stationery design, I’m a firm believer in handwritten cards. I think there is always a reason to stay in touch with the people you love. Here are some custom card designs from my collections and a few other projects (such as wedding programs and shower invites.)

As you may know, I really enjoy working with www.cutcardstock.com. I have found so many uses for their products and they have unbeatable customer service. I couldn’t be happier with them. I’m very thankful for the opportunity to showcase my business on their blog.

Well, I hope you enjoyed reading about my business and I’d love to hear feedback from you all. Please, check out my blog. There, you will find fun tips for weddings, inspiration, some personal projects, and a lot about me. I have a lot of interest and love writing and creating art. Please drop by and write me a line!

If you are interested in any of my services, please feel free to contact me via my website, facebook, connect on twitter, or check out my shop. I’d love to hear from you!

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