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Giorgos and Vassia were about to get married and christen both of their children, Angelosand Despina, at the same time. Designing a common invita… Read More
Giorgos and Vassia were about to get married and christen both of their children, Angelosand Despina, at the same time. Designing a common invitation for the threeceremonies was a major creative challenge. The fact that the family had beenalready sharing love and strong bond between them for quite some time was mymain creational concept. A candle was the key object of the invitation,considering its flame as the flame of love. The precut family figures were tobe attached at the notches around the candle and its light was supposed to passthrough the heart-shaped windows of each figure. The invitation box also containedan instruction manual for putting the pieces together properly, as well as ared heart-shaped sticker for the guests wishes. The favor was a paper-cut babycube with the first four letters of the Greek alphabet, which also happen to bethe name initials of the family members and the gift was a red heart with thefamily figures, made of plexiglas. Special paper horns were printed for thewedding ceremony and paper hearts were mixed into their rice filling; a speciala special frame also created, allowing the guests to stick the invitationhearts with their wishes on it. The project was developed as an interactivegame, starting the moment that the guest would open the invitation box andending when he would stick his own wishes heart on the wishes frame. Read Less
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Giorgos and Vassia were about to get married and christen both of their children, Angelos and Despina, at the same time. Designing a common invitation for the three ceremonies was a major creative challenge. The fact that the family had already been sharing love and creating strong bond between them for quite some time was my main creational concept. 

A candle was the key object of the invitation, considering its flame as the flame of love. The precut family figures were to be attached at the notches around the candle and its light was supposed to pass through the heart-shaped windows of each figure. The invitation box also contained an instruction manual for putting the pieces together properly, as well as a red heart-shaped sticker for the guests wishes. 

The favor was a paper-cut babycube with the first four letters of the Greek alphabet, which also happen to be the name initials of the family members and the gift was a red heart with the family figures, made of plexiglas.

Special paper horns were printed for the wedding ceremony and paper hearts were mixed into their rice filling; a special frame also created, allowing the guests to stick the invitation-hearts with their wishes on it. 

The project was developed as an interactive game, starting the moment that the guest would open the invitation box and ending when he would stick his own wishes' heart on the wishes frame.