I love helping out my best friends and it just so happens all of them are either married or engaged so how better to help than designing their wedding materials?
Libby & Joe were the first to get hitched! Their medical careers were the inspiration for their wedding logo; a heart with an EKG line connecting their names. Teal, peach, and orange became the focus of their Traverse City wedding.
This invitation was a custom created folder.
Including: Save the Date (refrigerator magnet) Invitation RSVP Reception Card Direction Card
Sally & Paul planned a spring themed wedding using sage and lavender as their primary colors. Garden lanterns were a focus of their reception decorations which in turn became the theme of their wedding materials.
Included: Save the Date Invitation RSVP Wedding Program
An intimate ceremony and a big party to follow. Brieann and Zack's country-chic wedding took place on a historic windmill farm in Fremont Michigan. The vintage style one-color invitations were designed to compliment the wedding theme. Some guests received an invitation to the ceremony and reception while others got an invitation to the reception only.
Dropping the anchor and tying the knot was the theme for Libby's nautical bachelorette party. I designed a simple and direct wedding event logo that included nautical elements. The logo was applied across various materials for the party.
Surprise! It's a 30th Birthday Party for my sister Amanda. The theme: 30 Years of Wonderful. Amanda's party was a classy affair celebrated with simple, one-color invitations and matching buttons for all the guests to wear!
Hetler Photography contacted me to develop materials for this styled photo shoot. The style was country-chic with bright spring colors and flowers. Burlap and a vintage pattern complimented the clean typography-based wedding materials.
Included: Invitation RSVP Wedding Program Menus Placecards Table Numbers