Lydia and Mike dreamed of a 1920’s soiree for their wedding, dripping with pearls and elegance. This project was so much fun as the couple were very open to experimental printing solutions. The concept grew from the the 1920’s theme and the venue they had the wedding in, which lent itself to the era. From that the couple decided they wanted a hotel theme to run through the invites as the bride asked for a hotel door hanger save the date. We used an iridescent paper stock to match the wedding colours and a white ink to pop out of the blue and keep costs down.
We created a bespoke wedding logo and commissioned a wax seal for the envelopes. I designed the invitations to look like an enlarged key fob and the bride found keys on ebay to tie the inserts together to look like hotel room keys. As musicians they wanted 1920’s jazz singers for the table names so we created vinyl shaped table names, each with their own bespoke designs for the tables in matching materials to the invites.
Save the dates – Custom die cut white ink on speciality stock with custom wax seal
Invitations – Custom die cut with CMYK and white ink on speciality and eco friendly stock
Table name cards – Custom die cut white ink on speciality stock