Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Custom Reception Stationery for Abby and Zachary

I have so many lovely designs to post today, and they all were for the same couple! Their wedding was this past weekend, so I do have to take moment to say "Congrats!" to Abby and Zachary! 

For the last few months, I've been working closely with Abby on the stationery designs for her wedding reception. I'd previously created a custom monogram and save the date design, along with a custom logo for their out of town tote bags, all of which were a blast to create! Their reception stationery was no different! 

First off, we have their "specialty drink" sign. I love the diagonal text, and their drink name is so lovley!
custom signature drink card

Their favor tags, explaining the reason the couple chose to give their particular favor.
custom flourish pink favor card design

For the table numbers, Abby came up with a great idea for a hybrid table number/name card. Each card was numbered, but the number also led into an important event in the couple's relationship.
custom flourish daisy table number name design

The escort cards were a folded style design, featuring a lovely light pink flourish.
custom flourish pink escort card design

The menu cards were circular, with a hot pink background and white text. The card also featured the buffalo and palm trees from the couple's monogram.
custom flourish round circle menu card card design

And last, but certainly not least, we have the ceremony program. The program was a booklet style design, printed on 8-1/2"x11" paper and then folded in half.
The front cover featured the couple's names and ceremony information. On the back, we used one of their engagement photos (by the talented John B. Mueller), along with a short but sweet thank you.

custom booklet ceremony program

The inside pages contained the order for the ceremony, along with the bridal party.
custom booklet ceremony program

Thanks so much, Abby! It's been a great pleasure working with you, and I wish you and your husband both the best!

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