This wedding printing just makes us happy… What can we say, don’t know if it’s the blue and white with a hint of gold, the die cut details, the custom monogram, or the fun play on patterns, but we just really love it. So, take a look with us at the rest of the details from the day.. Thank you to Corbin Gurkin for all of the lovely photos.
A canvas map tote featuring a custom illustrated map of Charleston welcomed guests to the wedding weekend. The whimsical welcome information packet consisted of cards that guests could pick and choose and pop in their pockets for a day of exploring (all tied together with blue butcher’s twine). Custom packaging for all of the goodies was requisite of course.
The “heirloom” ceremony programs were crafted with notes of the blue and white pattern.
Oh, the dinner details… White ceramic subway tiles were calligraphied in ombre blues and displayed on a watercolor printed fabric we created. Table numbers were hand painted on “tiles” die cut to match the shape of the save the dates. With all of the patterned design elements on the table top, simple menus letterpressed in the wedding “blue” on thick luxurious paper seemed to be the best way to go.
A metallic cake table draped in greenery and a monogrammed banner turned the cake table into a show piece for the after dinner lounge.
What are some of the best wedding hashtags you have heard? The perfect place for our wedding hashtag signage was the phone charging station that was set up in the wedding lounge…
Off they go, happily “just married”…