"We're going for a maximalist vibe," Annie and Trevor said to me at our first meeting. It took a minute to wrap my brain around their idea of "all-in" but one look at Trevor's sequins tuxedo (carefully shielded from Annie's view) and I got it.
Annie's gardening roots inspired a dense array of fungi on the save the dates (making sure to include a little "sparkle"). The invitations carried the botanical theme through and featured a letterpress cornucopia bouquet of edible flora, evoking the lushness and abundance of summertime.
The “sparkle” this time took the form of a deep relief blind deboss - a textural letterpress effect where we print with impression but no ink. It may not have had color, but it was no less maximalist for the effect!
Their color palette captured the essence of a late summer evening with a range of warm oranges and corals, reflected not only in the letterpress ink colors, but also in the colored stock of the detail insert, and coral painted edges on the invitations.
We love when our clients trust us to bring their unique vision to life in letterpress, making an impression on their guests for a wedding that celebrates their love and individuality. Do you dig the maximalist vibe?
Why settle for generic invitations when you can have a one-of-a-kind creation that reflects your unique vision and style? Reach out for a consult and discover the possibilities of bespoke wedding stationery.
Photos by Peterson Design & Photography