When you are designing for one of your very best friends, it can be a lot of fun….and a little bit of pressure. Especially when they have as good of style and taste as this bride. Meghan and Ken are getting married in January at the Frontiers of Flight Museum here in Dallas. We started off setting the tone for her 1940′s inspired wedding with her save the date and Meghan wanted to follow up with an invitation that was “formal but not pretentious, gentile and reflective of her families past.”
We used thermography printing in navy on each piece of the suite, even the front and back sides of the custom map. Meghan also decided to go with an inner and outer envelope for the invitation and had a calligrapher do the addressing. The flower wreath monogram might be my favorite part of the design (maybe because I poured my heart and soul into the individual placement of each flower and leaf…) but it is also now a reoccuring element that we are going to incorporate in her ceremony programs and other wedding paper goods.
I can’t wait to share pictures of Meg and Ken’s special day…..if the wedding is half as beautiful as this couple, it is going to be knock your socks off amazingness. Stay tuned!