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“What’s past is prologue” and sets the scene for the future. Using Shakespeare’s words we tried to express the motto of our celebration and our … Read More
“What’s past is prologue” and sets the scene for the future. Using Shakespeare’s words we tried to express the motto of our celebration and our promise for the future. Embracing Antonio’s metaphor in “The Tempest” we wanted our invitation to be the first step setting the tone of the celebrating event: simplicity, relaxed elegance and classic charm for a printing company with vigorous past and bright future. The design, the wording along with the materials chosen: leather-texture paper, hand folded and sealed with Lyhnia’s logo on wax, gave the guests the first glimpse of what to expect of the occasion. The sealing wax was holding a tag tied with a red ribbon carrying the names of the invitees. The hand-folded envelope was encompassing a guiding map to the location, our premises. Read Less
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Lyhnia’s 40 thanniversary event: Cocktail party invitation
“What’s past isprologue” and sets the scene for the future.
Using Shakespeare’s words we tried toexpress the motto of our celebration and our promise for the future.
Embracing Antonio’s metaphor in “The Tempest” we wanted our invitationto be the first step setting the tone of the celebrating event: simplicity, relaxedelegance and classic charm for a printing company with vigorous past and brightfuture. The design, the wording along with the materials chosen:leather-texture paper, hand folded and sealed with Lyhnia’s logo on wax, gavethe guests the first glimpse of what to expect of the occasion. The sealing waxwas holding a tag tied with a red ribbon carrying the names of the invitees.
The hand-folded envelope wasencompassing a guiding map to the location, our premises.

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