We're still waiting for the wedding photos which is why I haven't had much to share after the first blast. One of these days, there will be more. For now I want to show you the paper parade created just for their day. Not all matchy-matchy, the designs came from different designers with their own styles: Maggie, Mary, Anne and Erin. Each has its own look and we love each especially for that reason. So if you are starting to create for an event, maybe these will encourage you to go in your own direction.
Above is one of Maggie's early inspiration boards. It was a place to start shaping up all the many details to follow. The colors and feeling stayed pretty true to this version. Forgot to forward this to Mother Nature for a bit of sunshine and spring warmth.
Maggie's postcard to save the date. Printed at Overnight Prints using a postcard special. The Year of the Rabbit (and on this occasion, the Artichoke).
Anne's program, printed locally on cardstock, folded.
Anne's menus. Per cent'anni! (for a hundred years!) Best food ever at a wedding!
Mary's thank-you cards from the invitations she designed.
Maggie made this quickprint sheet to go with the welcome gift bags for those staying at the hotel. (She also made custom activity/treat bags for each of the 12 children [!!] attending the wedding. Good idea and big hit!)
This is so Maggie. I love her handwriting, cleverness, humor and the thoughtfulness that went into this whole presentation.
Details on getting to the party the night before.
And the wedding the next morning.
And the farewell brunch on Sunday.
The contents ...... including the most amazing locally baked scones + Advil for "the weekend warriors."
Each piece of paper was designed and shared with a great deal of love, the spirit of fun and blissed out celebration. Really, that's what it's all about, right?
Exactly what we enjoyed on the day of their wedding!