This Wedding Ensemble starts with the Save the Date. It is a destination wedding to Chicago so fitting that we used a skyline photo of Chicago as the background.
A very elegant custom pocket fold set the tone for their wedding. The custom band surround the pocket fold consisted of a layer of black velveteen with a layer of natural white pearl cardstock with their names. The envelope was lined with the black velveteen creating this elegant feel.
Inside the black velveteen is the under the invite creating a striking border. The bottom flap holds the Response Card and Envelope and Accommodations Card which also has Directions on the backside.
Next comes the Bridal Shower. Keeping with this brides theme we used a black and white color tone with just a touch of red. The custom envelope lining was made from a white and black flocked paper and this floral design was duplicated on the invite and created a wonderful design for each related piece.
The invite was created to represent a gift box and opens up to the actual invite.
Keeping with this theme our customer asked us to create some kind of thank you gift to give to the guests as the shower so we created a matching Do-To-List pad.
A coordinating thank you card carried the same design for a really cute thank you that could be used later as a generic thank you as well.
Thank you card with flocked flower, polka dots and stripes.[/caption] We created a really fun and colorful invite for the bachelorette party that was taking place on Lake Michigan. This invite screams fun in the sun and sand. A beach towel look lined the custom addressed envelope making this invite all the much more fun!
Bachelorette Invite with Beach Theme, Adirondack chairs & sand, with matching custom envelope with strip lining.[/caption] The rehearsal dinner invite kept with the black and white theme with just a touch of red. Silverware, plate and placemat make a great presentation for this invite.
Rehearsal Dinner Invite with table setting and place-mat with coordinating colors to wedding theme.[/caption] Each guest was greeted with a Welcome box. We did not provide the box but we used the same print to create the welcome card and matching water bottle label.
At the reception we created matching table number cards and guest place-cards.
Each place setting also had a custom matching menu card featuring the evening entrée.
The Ceremony wouldn't be complete without a custom booklet program.
We also had the pleasure of designing an invite for this couple's first baby. As they say first comes marriage, then comes baby carriage!