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Save the Dates & Invitations We started with the Wedding Save The Dates, we were careful to make sure that we selected envelopes that would be different from the final invitation envelopes. They wanted their Save the dates to stand out and show traveling, so the “luggage tag” theme really got that point across. A simple seal, which included their running characters, was added to give the envelope an extra pop.
Event Photography was added to the suite in July. Having bridal party photos added some crisp images to the final Wedding Party Memory Books. Next, we moved to the Wedding Invitations, which the bride and groom wanted to be as close to realistic passports as possible. This meant fixing the size to 5″x3.5″ and we used 8 pages. To standardize the size, we added an invitation pocket, plus a keepsake photo of the couple.This wasn’t your typical invitation, it included important information regarding the resort, helpful tips, and the couple’s story.To help make this an affordable option, the couple chose to only send to guests who RSVP’d and submitted deposits for the destination festivities. This wasn’t your typical invitation, it included important details about the resort, helpful tips, and about the couple details. By September of 2017, with the wedding weekend quickly approaching, we started designing the wedding weekend assets. This included the Wedding Favors – Shot Glasses, Ceremony Agenda, and Wedding Weekend Itinerary. I was particularly proud of the Welcome Wedding Weekend Itinerary, multiple wedding guests commented that they thought the piece was from the resort!
Post Wedding Projects We wrapped the year long project with Thank You Cards, Wedding Book with Layflat Pages, and a unique Guest Memory Magazine. They sent the Memory Magazine to the wedding party and it included photographs collected from over the weekend event. A great follow-up gift of memories!