I have been very busy this week! This is a great chance to take a look back on some of our classic blog posts, though–just a little late for Throwback Thursday!
A wedding monogram or logo is a simple visual that identifies you as a couple and creates your own signature for all wedding related goods. It’s useful for so many things – fun to have on napkins at the wedding and stickers come in very handy for all sorts of things like thank you notes. The possibilities abound.
There’s so much we can do with paper invitations outside of printing – a laser cut invitations for example. I find this paper Hungarian folk art just gets the ideas flowing. The use of cutting out construction paper, gluing layer on top of layer is simple yet beautiful and arresting. These lovely flowers probably date from the Nineteen Thirties or Nineteen Forties – imagine trying to that with the very gloopy glue and a brush that they had back then!
This elegant wedding reception menu will be tucked in each of the guests’ napkins. The overall effect I created is one of airy, effortless elegance.
Did any of these ideas spark your creativity? Get in touch, and we’ll work together to create something amazing for your wedding, or any occasion!