It took only about a year and a half for this post--sometimes it just takes that long for me to get my act together and gather the photos! Without further ado, here's my reveal of one of my most fun (and production-heavy) weddings. Jen and Karl put together a wonderful event, I enjoyed their enthusiasm and love of adventure--they even own and fly their own plane!
Viola of Chewing the Cud designed their invites and I printed them. She was also very pregnant during this time and had to go on maternity leave mid-project. Super-sweet Viola decided to hand off the project to me to finish off, so I did and continued on to design & produce the rest of their wedding collateral...
Her design was based on a travel ticket, complete with itinerary for the weekend event:
I thought it would be nice for the guests to have a little takeaway gift from the wedding so I turned the program into a pocket notebook. Their logo was letterpressed on a velvet cover and they were individually hand-bound by Anna Ji with a leather twine. All photos below were taken by the talented Jennifer Skog.
The travel theme from their invites was carried onto their escort cards & menus.
I designed some custom "papel picados" with their names on them and an image of the Mayan pyramid in Tulum, Mexico to give some local flavor.
Their guests received a customized welcome bag with some fun swag like this mini tequila set. I provided the graphic which was etched into the wood and carried the same theme onto their welcome brochure and luggage tag.
Fun, huh? Wish I was there to partake :)