What is Janice Lynne Design?

Janice Lynne Design is a custom stationery design business specializing in wedding invitations and day-of wedding details. Working one on one with each client, I create a unique design that is a reflection of  individual style and personal taste. Whether your wedding style is traditional, modern, formal or casual, each invitation suite is custom designed and hand assembled with passion and attention to detail. Every new client presents a new challenge and with each challenge a new piece of art is created. Whether you love bold colors, fresh patterns, or simple typography, I promise the final product will exceed all your expectations.

If you’re looking for an experience more personal than choosing wedding invitations from a template online, but less expensive than custom letterpress (I can do that too), let Janice Lynne Design custom design your wedding invitations. But don’t stop there! I will work with you to carry your design through to
all of your day-of needs
from stationery to signage and everything in between.

Who is Janice Lynne?
Janice Lynne Wasiak | Owner & Designer

A graphic designer with a wedding obsession and a love for little details.

I have forever loved art and design. Art classes were always where I excelled and I spent almost all my free time as a kid doing craft projects and creating. With a degree in marketing/graphic design from Bridgewater State University, years of professional experience in logo/branding design, and a lifetime of ideas, I started Janice Lynne Design in 2013 after planning my own wedding. It was then that I discovered my love for all things weddings and for the task of carrying an idea/design through to every detail of an event. I’m almost embarrassed to admit how much time I spend looking at wedding magazines, instagram accounts and pinterest boards. When I am not designing you can find me spending time with my husband and 2 beautiful daughters, binging my favorite TV shows, or going camping (in our trailer, NOT a tent).

“to live a creative life we must lose our fear of being wrong”