Happy Wednesday, lovelies! This week is a very exciting one around the studio as we celebrate the launch of one of my incredible clients, Elizabeth Friske of Elizabeth Friske Photography. Elizabeth’s nautical-inspired site design with watercolor and copper elements was built on the brand new ShowIt 5, and both Elizabeth and I are in love.
I met sweet Elizabeth at the Creative at Heart Conference last year in Roanoke, and when she approached me about incorporating her gorgeous branding by The Girl Tyler into a brand new website, I was all ears! Although I rarely offer web design on its own, I was delighted to make an exception for Elizabeth, and I think it’s safe to say we’re both so glad we had the chance to work together on this responsive, vibrant site!
Elizabeth’s ocean-inspired branding features some beautiful hues that instantly remind you of the sea on a sunny day. Paired with pops of copper that hold a special place in her heart, and some artistic watercolor swashes here and there, this site serves as an immediate representation of Elizabeth’s personality and heart! Every section of the site was specifically designed to showcase the core of Elizabeth’s brand, from her personal values to her beautiful portraits. As an anniversary and wedding photographer in Virginia Beach, Elizabeth’s brand centers directly on her own legacy of love as passed down from her parents and their parents before them. Her heart for capturing love in all its seasons, and showcasing some of the happiest memories on a couple’s wedding day shines through in each image throughout the site.
Personally, my favorite section of the site are the different components on the Meet Elizabeth page. We worked hard to create little areas for Elizabeth to not only introduce herself, but share her heart for marriage and highlight what she holds dear, like her precious pup, Bodie!
Although the mobile design is lovely, be sure to check out Elizabeth’s new site from your desktop to get the full experience of her parallax design! It’s definitely a close second when it comes to my favorite site details.
Desktop photos by Elizabeth Friske Photography