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DM Insight - Amy and Brandon's La Playa Papertale
 
 
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Thursday, 13 October 2016 16:55

DM Insight - Amy and Brandon's La Playa Papertale

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 Designing the stationery for Amy and Brandon's La Playa wedding was the perfect example of combining strength and softness.  The use of pearlized papers and soft charcoal printing when combined with the subtle, floral accents gave the pieces both a rich, formal feel and and a subtle, southern elegance.

 

 

Details like the custom postage tie the entire suite together.  Rich, bold choices like the embossed tab with couples initals take the elegance to a new level.

 Contrasting the strong, masucline graphite pocktfold and luster envelope are very soft touches like the sheer, blush ribbon wrapped around the pocketfold and the pearl accent added by hand to each printed invitation.

 Guests received welcome bags accompanied by these graphite hang tags.  The tags had itinerary cards, maps, and a welcome card from the bride and groom.  The design was carried through this entire piece including a nude/blush cord that attached each hang tag to the welcome bags.

 

There's nothing like coming up with the perfect contrast for a design.  Soft florals, accents of delicate whites and blushes, and playful meal choice icons kept this formal weekend very playful and romantic. 

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