Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Destination Wedding Invitation

Destination weddings are certainly a popular choice for couples. We created this wedding invitation booklet for one of our couture brides in 2007 planning a May 2008 wedding. The challenge for this invitation set was figuring out how to announce both the intimate wedding ceremony as well as a large wedding reception that will take place a couple weeks after their ceremony. We decided to create a separate invitation for those guests who were invited to both events. These guests received two reply cards, a unique invitation panel as well as a directions/accommodations panel to appropriately inform them on all the wedding events.

The wedding set was printed on Crane Lettra Pearl White 110# cover paper, Stardream lagoon 105# cover paper and a white translucent paper. The booklet cover is two color letterpress with a large palm tree motif and immigration stamp. The inside left hand panel holds the reply card(s) and envelope and the right hand panel holds the quote page, invitation panel and directions/accommodations panel. These three panels were secured with two eyelets. The entire set includes 1/8" rounded corners.

This invitation set is a Spark original design and cannot be reproduced without permission. Please contact custom@sparkstationery for more details.


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We have been getting great compliments on these invitations - you did a fantastic job !
Thank you

Rose (mother of the bride)

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