The passion and purpose |
Foxhare Designs

At Foxhare Designs, careful attention to the vision of the bride makes for a peaceful wedding stationery process. Drawing inspiration from experience with watercolor painting, printmaking, fabric design, embroidery, figure drawing and fine art illustration, I have worked for years in print design. I am blessed with knowledge concerning printing methods, paper and industry specifics. This marriage of artistic and technical expertise uniquely positions me to create one-of-a-kind invitations.

The personality of Foxhare Designs is in the name. The gentle nature of the hare symbolizes my romantic side - how deeply I believe in marriage and how much I strive to capture the loveliness of a bride and groom’s story on paper. The analytical side of my personality, which loves problem solving and thrives on attention to detail, is represented by the clever fox. I personally commit to delighting the Foxhare bride with attention to detail and artistic storytelling.

I believe wedding stationery sets the tone for the wedding day. Love stories are contagious, and I would love to hear yours

Giving Back

Marriage is of the utmost importance to me, and I want to help support healthy and lasting marriages however I can. Giving back to our community is also a foundational part of my work. Because of these convictions, ten percent of my proceeds go to a local counseling center to help pay for pre-marital counseling for those unable to afford it.


The heart and soul |
Chelsea Pennington

As an artist, I am compelled by my inner romantic nature. I find joy in reading and get caught up in the story and language of Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, C.S. Lewis, and J.R.R. Tolkien. Fantasy landscapes, moody moors, stormy seas, and the lavender fields of Provence fill my heart with artistic inspiration.

I’ve been meticulous with details and fascinated in making the world a more beautiful place since I was a little girl. As a child, I would spend hours illustrating delicate scenes of woodland creatures nestled in homes carved out of mighty oak trees.

My love story is with my dear husband Kyle, a tall, blue-eyed Southern gentleman. We have made a home in Waco, Texas, where he works as a school teacher and budding author, while I live out my dream of designing beautiful paper products.

That is my story, and now I would like to hear yours.

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