The custom wedding invitations and company brand designs featured below were created for previous 7th & Anderson clients. Each project had its own set of goals, requirements and challenges. All of which were accomplished with teamwork, creativity, and a whole lot of coffee.
ASKIN-KALFELL WEDDING INVITATION
Metallic navy blue, silver glitter, rhinestones, and ribbon…oh my! Each pocket fold invitation is layered with silver glitter and printed on a metallic white cover stock. The top of each invitation is embossed and then wrapped in a satin white ribbon that is edged in silver. Five rhinestones, in decreasing size, are adhered to each ribbon. Also backed in silver glitter, each insert was designed in decreasing size to allow for the stacked look and headings to be seen.
HUGHES-GRIM WEDDING INVITATION
Christmas and elegance were carried throughout this wedding invitation suite. The invitation is digitally printed on luxurious 130# shimmer cover stock. The front features custom embroidered lace snowflakes and border. Custom designed rhinestone swirls peek out from under a gorgeous cranberry red swiss satin ribbon bow and the center of each snowflake and lace border also features a rhinestone. Each insert card showcases a snowflake swirl divider in gorgeous cranberry red with a mini rhinestone adorned to the center of each snowflake.
URMAN DINNER INVITATION
Christi threw a Darling Dinner party to celebrate the amazing women in her community and she wanted them to feel exceptional from the moment they opened the invitation.
The final design inspired one of my favorite studio collections, Lily. These invitations are printed in all white, non-scratch ink, on clear acrylic for a positively exquisite look. The large insert is digitally printed in a deep navy on an elegant gold velum to create a semi-transparent overlay. The smaller insert is also printed in a deep navy on luxurious, 130#, 100% cotton cover stock. The entire invitation was tied together with lush, 100% silk, hand dyed, coral ribbon. Finally, a custom wax seal completes the entire suite.
BLAKELEY-METZGER WEDDING FAVORS
The beautiful bride contacted me with an idea…she wished to give each wedding guest a small jar of wildflower seeds and wanted the words “Watch our love grow. William and Michelle 2015” included. From that request, these amazing wedding favors were brought to life.
The background for each tag was initially designed and digitally printed on luxurious 120# bright white cover stock. The tags, leaves and roses are all die cut from 80# cardstock to allow for manipulation. Once cut, each rose was edged with a darker ink to add further dimension, hand rolled, and hand assembled. The roses were all backed with navy ribbon and the fuchsia leaves. And last, but not least, the little jars of wildflower seeds were adhered.
HATFIELD-HEXUM WEDDING INVITATION
The first time I met with Mallory, she knew she wanted a simple, yet elegant, design where the typography was the main element. We paired this with her chosen wedding colors, champagne and navy (really, does it get any more gorgeous??) to create this drool worthy invitation suite.
The invitation and inserts are all digitally printed in a deep navy on luxurious champagne cover stock. The main invitation was also matted with navy to set it apart from the others. Mallory chose to go with a navy response envelope and a champagne mailing envelope, with the addresses also printed in navy, to tie the entire suite together.
MONTANA INFRARED SERVICES, INC LOGO AND COLLATERAL
The greatest compliment I receive from my clients is when they become repeat clients. Billie and Mike initially contacted me about a logo design for their company rebrand. Being from Montana, they knew they wanted mountains incorporated into the logo, along with the gradient of colors that is present in infrared scans. After many, many revisions (some because I simply wasn’t happy with what I was seeing and some at their request), their new logo came to fruition. From there, they honored me by requesting I design two sets of business cards, two different brochures, and three different trade show banners.