Brand Design and Consulting for Growth Organizations
David and Natalia wanted a non traditional monogram that celebrated their non-traditional course to being together. Love and travel definitely helped guide them to the Wedding Chapel, and that was celebrated with this (and another) monogram used throughout all the print materials.
I got into the game late for Natalia and David's wedding. I didn't do the invitations, but was tasked with coordinating Natalia's grandiose vintage travel/black & white themed wedding idea. From these awesome menus to a paper airplane receiving line, the wedding really was the perfect day for the couple.
Mapping the way through
To compliment the vintage travel theme, the couple's wedding programs were large sized maps printed on "weathered" paper. They were wrapped in a black and white belly band.
The Presentation is just as Important
I had a big hand in the setup of the tables, we chose black and white ribbon to wrap the menu/napkins, and designed each table as a country.
Zebra make an appearance
Natalia's favorite pattern
Thank you cards
Natalia and David looked amazing on their thank you card, which was printed on glossy stock to accentuate their wedding day glow.
Natalia and David were getting married again. In Germany. With mostly German guests. I was able to create this German design, and had it printed on heavyweight Strathmore Cotton Paper