This simply Southern wedding was the perfect marriage between girlie and for the boys… Feminine frills were first noted on the save the dates with the oval die cut shape and full calligraphy letterpress writing. We thought since they would be celebrating on a large property in South Carolina full of ancient oaks, that an oak tree icon on the envelope liner would just be perfect. All photos by Adrienne Page.
The letterpress invite suite went more to the traditional side but with lots of over the top touches. Die cut edges and borders, calligraphied names blended with a serif font, a belly band with custom monogram and hints of pink throughout.
Canvas travel shoe bags from Twelve NYC are awesome guest bags, because guests actually want to take them home and reuse them. Letterpress tags with the weekend information doubled as Do Not Disturb tags for the morning after at the guests’ hotels.
The ceremony aisle runner softened the church’s dark wood floors and was a great decor moment for the custom wedding monogram we designed.
Sweet and simple ceremony programs set the tone for the day…
Since the couple were big fans of golf (and owned a couple of golf clubs), touches of golf were incorporated throughout the wedding design and mostly in the printed areas. Embroidered take home golf towels with calligraphied tags became escort cards for dinner.
We used simple wooden shapes with hand lettering as signage throughout… It’s just a hint of thoughtfulness that we can weave for our clients.
Menus were a note back to the save the dates with the oversized and offset caligraphied names, but updated with the textured fabric belly bands. Oval tags as place cards were a great way to also incorporate the femininity of the earlier printed pieces.
For the final “golf” touch, table numbers were designed to resemble flags seen on the holes at golf courses. So fun, right?