Archive for the ‘Wedding Invitations’ Category
We are heading to Costa Rica in less than 3 weeks – so excited!!! In honor of my brother getting married. I am so happy for him. And they couldn’t have picked a more beautiful place.
They asked me to design their invitations, of which I took with great acceptance. They wanted something tropical, but yet elegant.
I designed the invite using a palm leaf design, rustic golds and a deep green for the overall look. Metallic cardstock was used to bring the elegance out of the invite. The leaf palm was also incorporated into the paper detail – the leaf print was on the back of the main invite.
Monica and Brian’s invitations came out exquisite. I did have free reign on designing her invitations, but took in the fact that she preferred modern and simpleness to her taste. Their wedding was placed at The Pacific Asian Museum in Pasadena, California, a very trendy, modern venue. So I created their design with a lotus flower and modern sans serif fonts to bring a more urban appeal. Her colors were teal, fuchsia and gold, very fun to work with! Please view below the results.
The invitation is an A7 size, printed on white matte cardstock. The invitation was mounted on gold metallic cardstock and sealed with a bright fuchsia sheer ribbon and monogram. The invitation was than finished off with some bright, fun fuchsia envelopes.
Yo Gabba Gabba Thank You Card (matches the invitation we have listed in our etsy shop)
A4 flat card printed on white matte cardstock. These will soon be up in our shop to purchase.
Stacey and John’s Fan Program
It was such a joy to work with Stacey. I have some pictures of the fan programs I did for her. I can’t wait to see real pictures from her wedding. You can view their invitations I designed here.
Ling Ling and Andrew’s Program/Menu
A9 flat card printed on white matte cardstock. You can view their invitations I designed here.
Stacey contacted me and she had exactly what she wanted in mind. This is my kind of girl! It took a few runs, but I got it down! She had some great ideas and I was excited to pull those through for her. For instance, she wanted to provide 2 reply cards, an accepts and declines, but with a twist. She had her and her fiancé represent a picture of them what the reply card entailed. As you can see below in the pictures. She also wanted the graphics to be continuous from one insert to the other. Overall, this invitation turned out fabulous!
The final invitations was printed on white matte cardstock. The invitation was mounted on black matte cardstock and than mounted on a tiffany blue metallic pocketfold. The invitation was than sealed with a black satin belly band wrap and monogram.
Ling-Ling saw many invitations she liked from my blog and was hoping to incorporate something unique from each invitation she liked. Of course anything is possible! Below you can see the invitation that became Ling-Ling’s own customized invitation. The invitation was printed on solid white matte cardstock and mounted on an elegant blue cardstock. The invitation was than finished with a vellum belly band wrap.