This Georgia wedding was all about sweet Southern details. A fresh color palette of blue and green and floral accents were what we were working with to create a wedding weekend of pretty printing for our bride. This simple save the date set the tone for a lovely formal home wedding. We thank Liz Banfield for all of the photos.
Simple canvas totes reserved decor for the letterpress name cards tied to the exterior. Weekend information was placed on pretty singular cards that guests could pop in their purses to have handy. A custom floral/fauna pattern anchored the card and dressed up the simple lettering.
Ceremony programs were letterpressed onto thick luxurious paper and die cut into fan shapes, perfect for the humid outdoor ceremony.
For this ceremony with a large guest count, we wanted to make sure no one missed any of the important information. Jute bags contained cards with the evening’s timeline and menu, along with pens and blank cards so that guests could write well wishes to the couple in lieu of signing a guest book.
Of course, cocktail hour wouldn’t be the same without our custom accoutrements- printed cocktail napkins and paper tray liners.
Since this wedding was a station style reception, and not a seated dinner, signage was important. Each station had it’s own hand lettered wording on various wooden shapes. The bar even listed the cocktails… And, this wedding (after days of rain leading up to it) featured a shoe check station, where ladies could turn in their high heels for comfy dance shoes.
And, while lounging in the garden, guests enjoyed furniture dotted with custom printed pillows in the floral patterns featured from the save the dates.
A simple “just married” was the perfect send off for this couple… The sign was shaped with the same die cut edges as the save the dates…