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I created these designs for a couple getting married at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The bride and groom bowling pin graphic–original… Read More
I created these designs for a couple getting married at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The bride and groom bowling pin graphic–originally created for the save the date card–carried through to the wedding itself. I designed posters, napkins, menus, socks, screen graphics and other collateral that captured the whimsical yet elegant & personal nature of the wedding. The graphics also served as an expression of the couple's Jewish heritage, bringing a modern spin to traditional yiddish expressions, as well as a step by step instructional guide to the Hora. Read Less
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I created these designs for Heather & Eric, a couple getting married at Brooklyn Bowl in Williamsburg, Brooklyn. The bride and groom bowling pin graphic–originally created for the save the date card–carried through to the wedding itself. I designed posters, napkins, menus, socks, screen graphics and other collateral that captured the whimsical yet elegant & personal nature of the wedding. The graphics also served as an expression of the couple's Jewish heritage, bringing a modern spin to traditional Yiddish expressions, as well as a step-by-step instructional guide to the Hora. 
 
Photography: Shane Carpenter, Readyluck; Jennifer Rozbruch
 
 
Save the date postcard
 
 
 
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THE WEDDING
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Poster series
 
 
 
 
Cocktail napkins - five different napkin designs, each displaying a different Hora-related phrase incorporating the Yiddish language.
 
 
 
Embroidered bowling socks with the couple's logo were given out to all guests.
Screens throughout the venue displayed the wedding graphics.