This wedding was held in the heart of winter and a few days after the New Year, so I couldn't help but be influenced by bubbly champagne and festive confetti.
Kyle and Molly met in college where they both played sports for the university and got married in the bride's hometown of Philadelphia. Since the church and reception venue were both more than 150 years old, we developed a classic design on the invitation suite and injected playful, modern touches to reflect the couple's energetic spirit.
All of the invitation pieces were offset-printed with black ink and adorned with gold foil-stamped details. For the invite itself, we kept it simple with traditional typography, a gold-foil pinecone and a a simple line and dot border to add some reserved sparkle.
For the RSVP card, we reproduced a vintage postcard of The Union League of Philadelphia (built 1865), the historic location of the reception. The suite was then package up in a tri-fold champagne linen folder and mailed off with vintage stamps depicting patriotism and East Coast architecture.
We unleashed all the fun for the reception card: a gorgeous, super-sized script that's a little off-kilter, lots of gold confetti and some Philly love with the Liberty Bell.
At the sit-down dinner plates were set with a circle die-cut menu that included a note of gratitude from the couple and is once again embellished with the couple's gold monogram.
Upon arrival in Philadelphia, guests received a welcome agenda with wedding events and logistics that was laser-printed on the champagne linen paper.