We began the wedding process by creating the actual invitation. What I love about their invitation is how playful and easy-going it is. Who wouldn’t want to join in with a tagline of “Beautiful Bride, Handsome Groom, Booze, Food and Bad Dance Moves. Are you in or what?” After getting the fonts and colors tied down we began to work on the RSVP card and Accommodation Card. Again, Allison being the awesome DIY chick she is, packaged everything beautifully!
Like I said this image does not do it justice in the least. All of the pieces to her wedding invitations are available in my Etsy shop and the digital version can be found there as well.
Using the same theme we created her Rehearsal Dinner Invitation. I’m not going to lie, I have been a part of a few wedding parties and never have I received a rehearsal dinner invitation. Pure genius in my opinion. And it happens to be one of my best sellers on my Etsy site to date. It turned out beautifully.
And finally, my FAVORITE part of working on this wedding, the program! I’m just going to start with pictures and then go from there because explaining them just does not do them any justice at all!
As I mention above Allison is quite the DIY-er and although the following components had absolutely nothing to do with anything done by kmd designs, I wanted to share them anyway :) The centerpieces were created by painting wine and Patron bottles to match their wedding colors. They look so neat! The flowers correspond with the wedding party arrangements.
The last part to the entire design package that was put together for Allison and Robert is their Thank You cards for after the wedding. Their photographers did such an amazing job with their photographs that we wanted the card to be very picture oriented.
And of course who could forget their wedding gift from kmd designs. Printed on beautiful linen paper and framed with a grey matte to match the ampersand.