here is mine and tee’s, costa rica, destination wedding inspired save the dates. save the dates are usually the first thing your guests receive that is anything wedding related so it’s really important on how you want to present yourself as a couple, perhaps the vibe of your wedding, but most importantly the main details of the event (who, where and when) so guests can start planning (especially if it’s a destination wedding). if additional details are required (travel arrangements, hotel accommodations, etc.), a wedding website is always a great thing to include.
many mansions is celebrating their 35th anniversary this year and i had the pleasure of designing their save the date and invitation for their special gala event with solo graphics. we incorporated a silver foil accent of their anniversary logo for each piece to give it that “little bit of something special” and tied the two pieces together with the beautiful blue speckled paper used on the save the date and the wrap on the invitation.
to learn more about many mansions and their organization, visit manymansions.org. they just launched a revamped website created by mind’s eye design studio, so check it out when you get a chance!
i was so honored when, fashion designer extraordinaire, nikol roberts contacted me to design her wedding save the dates. nikol and her fiancé, luke, are tying the knot next year in thailand and they are going for a great gatsby inspired theme. here’s a look at the finished piece.
the great gatsby inspired design is printed on both sides of a thick flat black paper stock with gold ink, while a complementing art deco style print was used to line each envelope.
the front side announces the couple’s special date and location, while the back side let’s guests know where they can get more information on all things wedding related.
i can’t wait to work on their invitations come next year. with save the dates this fabulous, you can only imagine what the wedding invitations will look like!
jenna & eddie recently contacted me for their wedding save the dates. the two had taken a series of pictures they wanted to incorporate into a photostrip style save the date. here’s how they turned out.
i kept the classic black & white feel but slowly introduced colors that will later be used for the wedding.
their fun photoshoot was done by the fabulous christine chang of christine chang photography.
i look forward to working with jenna & eddie again soon. up next, their wedding invitation! 🙂