My name is Bailey... middle name is Marie. I'm a cat lover, graphic designer, and always choose a second helping of mashed potatoes over dessert. For as long as I can remember I have been doing crafty things. Some didn't turn out so fabulous, but some are definitely worth bragging about. (I once turned a rock into a frog with googly eyes as a Father's Day gift for my pops.) 

 My specialty is custom designed paper products for all the special events in your life, from simple announcements to entire wedding invitation suites. Anything you can dream up I'll find a way to execute because your special day is special to me too. The fuel of that passion is getting to meet amazing clients and knowing in a small way I am helping their paper dreams come to light. An invitation is one of the first things someone sees before your event, and my goal is to help you make the best first impression possible!

By choosing me as your invitation vendor you are getting one-on-one contact throughout the process of designing and printing the invite of your dreams. Each customer is getting something unique that no one else has for their event and in the end it really pays off! After all, an invitation is the first taste a guest gets before the big day. Need more than just invitations? I will work with your wedding planner or vendors to make sure everything comes together seamlessly from the table numbers to your seating charts. You have the vision, but get to keep your hands clean (at least until you cut the cake).

Bailey Marie Studio is based in Evansville, Indiana and has been serving brides-to-be in the tri-state area since 2011.


stu·di·o  |  noun

1. a room where an artist, photographer, sculptor, etc., works.
synonyms:workshop, workroom, atelier, workspace
"the artist's studio"


I began designing stationery immediately after graduating with a graphic design degree from the University of Southern Indiana. A best friend was getting married and struggling to find reasonably priced invitations that weren't on flimsy paper or designed like a children's birthday invite. We sat on my living room floor for hours glueing and folding together the perfect simplistic design for her wedding invitations! When it came time to make this hobby a business I looked back to that first taste of wedding invitations and decided "studio" fit perfectly. An artist can make any place their studio and my creative mess follows me almost everywhere I go!