So, we viewed the glass half full, got creative, and kept the possibilities of this size booth at the forefront. We wanted to create a space in our 10’ x 20’ booth that would allow various users to be in the space at the same time, allow them to learn more about our collaborative design process, connect with us, and engage in meaningful dialogue with us about design.Read More
May is already halfway over (where does time go?!) and there’s been a lot to celebrate this month! We celebrated momma’s everywhere last weekend, we had margaritas on the 5th, and it’s officially wedding season! We love when clients come to us with the task of designing their wedding invitation package. From the Save the Dates all the way to the thank you notes, we see our slice of the wedding pie (or cake) as an important tool in helping the bride and groom to hone in on their wedding vision. The process is very similar to a branding project, helping a client form their identity and establish an essence and distinct look.
We recently worked with a client in developing their invitation package, complete with Save the Dates, RSVPs, maps, programs, and thank you cards. The wedding venue, Voice of America MetroPark, is a casual, outdoor venue, and the client wanted the invitation package to be welcoming and casual, but also maintain a level of sophistication. Succulents and simple florals, similar to those on the invitation package, were included at the venue on tablescapes, bouquets, and boutonnières.
Scroll through to see some of our favorite images of the invitation package. We hope you love the final product as much as we do!
One of our favorite projects thus far has been these "sweet" Bat Mitzvah invitations. It's not every day that you get to design for a 13 year old, but when you do, you can use fun colors, graphic motifs, and bold fonts.
Focusing on simplistic and bold design, the Bat Mitzvah invitation package challenges the notion of traditional invitation packaging. The outside "envelope" unfolds, revealing two invitations; then flips over and shows the RSVP information.
The guest then fills out the RSVP information, refolds the "envelope," places a sticker on the back, fills in their address, and sends it back in the mail.
The bold color palette and simple typefaces keep a fun, consistent, graphic presentation all the way to thank you notes.
The candy and sweets icon motif, the lollipop "i," and the fun colors all reinforce the Bat Mitzvah's theme, "Sweet Caroline." This was one of our favorite projects to date, and we cannot wait to design more.