Friday, October 28, 2011

A Charming Engagement

We're always impressed with some of the creative ways grooms pop the question, and this proposal was particularly sweet. Matt carved his and Brigette's initials into a tree trunk and hollowed out a place at the top for the engagement ring. This inspired their Save the Date postcard for a summer wedding.
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Friday, October 21, 2011

Bridal Shower Lottery Ticket Wishing Well

For Stephanie's shower, her bridal party and mother decided upon lottery tickets as a fun wishing well gift idea. We thought it would be amusing to make the insert look like a NJ Lottery ticket and found the right patterned paper to give a similar feel to the actual tickets.
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Thursday, October 20, 2011

Annie and Paul's Wedding

The very spirited Annie and Paul were wed a couple of weeks ago. Their personalities and enthusiasm (for not only getting married, but also for this part of the nuptial planning), showed through in this map/parody invitation set. Both Annie and Paul are fans of Broadway, so we designed a logo for their very own show/Playbill cover. A hand-cut cupcake functioned as a reception card, and we used the cupcake icon again on the map, with "Han Solo" and "Princess Leia" cake toppers.

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Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Five Years

Today is our fifth anniversary! Thank you to our clients for all of the creative projects over the last five years. We'd especially like to express our gratitude to the loyal folks who return to us event after event, and who choose to share their significant milestones with us.
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Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Asbury Park Wedding

Over the past few years, the Asbury Park beach and boardwalk have become very popular for wedding ceremonies and receptions. Laura and Mike wanted to accentuate the two iconic Asbury Park wedding venues on their invitations, so we created these line illustrations of McLoone's and Convention Hall. Metallic paper stocks and thermography (raised printing) were used to dress up this non-traditional invitation design. "Tillie" is an icon of the city, and we used the graphic on direction cards as well as these signature drink tents.
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