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La Fabère

Handmade, fine art invitations.

​Christine Breton, designer and maker shares the story of her invitation company, La Fabère.

1. What is the meaning behind the name of your company?
Including part of my heritage was important for me when naming my company. My maiden name {Lefebvre} in Latin means “maker”, so incorporating that into the name beautifully represented my aesthetic and love for creating invitations by hand.

2. How would you describe your company?
LaFabère makes beautiful hand-crafted heirlooms that add a touch of raw beauty to your wedding day.

3. What would you say your design style is?
Fine-art & romantic

4. What is it about working with couples to create their wedding invitations that you love?

I love getting to know them and their love stories. I always ask about how they met, their engagement story, and what they love to do together as a couple. I love getting to know them and to create beautiful invitations that represent them as a couple and to introduce their wedding day and to build anticipation for their day.

5. What should couples expect when they meet you at the show?
Answers to all of their questions about invitations, along with paper swatches, envelope samples, wax seals, all the little details that go into making a gorgeous invitation suite. I’ll also have a large selection of hand died silk ribbons that they can pick-up for their bouquets and boutonnieres.


Sunday February 25th, 2018

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