When I met Kim, she wasn’t quite sure what form she wanted her invitation to take, though she new she wanted a black and white damask design.
Going through my invitation portfolio, both she and Rob were immediately drawn to the Z-Card wrap with the vellum band wrap that holds the enclosure cards in place, at the same time it holds the closed invitation together. Well, I think Rob was more drawn to the workings of the vellum wrap than anything, and after much debate, he got his band wrap!
I love the custom stamps that show off a little bit of the design on the front of the envelope, and the “R.S.V.P.” stamp on the response card is so cute, but still as elegant as the rest of the invitation.
The custom thank you cards carry out the theme.
And the extras carried out the design as well. A photograph of the Gazebo at the Dearborn Inn was turned into the sketch artwork for the cover of the program. (Gazebo image copyright Arising Images Photography - be sure to check them out, they were so great to work with on this project and their work and website is amazing!)
The place cards featured the damask pattern in the corner to pick up the theme from the invitations.
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|Rustic Pine Tree Invitation and Extras – Customizable|