Branding for my own wedding. 
We wanted the graphic design for our special date, to represent our style. The stationery shows, how well our different characters fit together. He is very organized and she is the creative chaos. Together they form a symbiosis. Important for us was a typographical implementation. It was a combination of a clean font and several hand letterings. The interior of the wedding church was a inspiration for the color palette. Lettering of 62 initials for each wedding guest and letterings of numbers for each table.
They Include: 
The invitation include a Letterpress Card and a Information Booklet about the wedding destination with a RSVP card.
The ceremony booklet contains a vow Lettering from the bible. The extra "Happy Tears" bookmark provided our guests an hankie and a small dextrose tablet. In addition we made two small books for our self-written wedding vows.
Favor: Each guest got a Lettering with his initials which is printed on a 7x7cm piece of wood.
Different Handletterings.
Other wedding stuff are the Menu Card, Place Cards, Seating Chart, Table Numbers, Wooden Lettering, Dance Moves, etc.
different paper works arranged on our location. The pictures from the wedding were made from the Photographer Marlén Mieth.
The Thank You Card is the perfect Finish for this stationery, you can see this in my Portfolio.
 
more Photos from our wedding http://www.marlenmieth.com/hochzeitsfotograf-julius-kost-grumbach-dresden/
 
Size: Letterpress Invintation: 1 color, DIN A6; Booklet 11,5cm x 16cm; RSVP DIN A6; Ceremony Book& Menu: 13cm x 19cm
Paper: 600 g/m² Gmund Cotton new grey; Munken white 115 g/m²; Munken white 300 g/m²
 
Letterpress Card printed by Letterjazz (Essen)
http://www.letterjazz.com
Print of the Favors
http://www.druckerei-berthold.de
Photos from the Stationery: Doreen Baldauf-Uhlmann
Photos on Location: Marlén Mieth
http://www.marlenmieth.com
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D&U Wedding Stationery
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D&U Wedding Stationery

Branding for my own wedding. We wanted the graphic design for our special date, to represent our style. The stationery shows, how well our diff Read More
1,539
30,051
47
Published: