Beth & Will’s Wedding Stationery
As I mentioned in the post about Beth & Will’s wedding invitiations, the theme of their wedding was plants, with a bit of a boho twist.
I combined a few sets of herb illustrations I got from Envato to make sure I had illustrations of every plant we needed. Every design for the wedding was made in Adobe Illustrator.
I’m very proud of the full set of wedding stationery I made for them, and love how well they fit together, despite each having distinct uses.
This is a moodboard that developed over the time we worked on the project (click to see larger)
We displayed this sign in the foyer of the venue so guests knew they had come to the right place.
Vows for the Bride
Beth wanted a nice copy of her vows to read at the ceremony, so I made her two copies, one with a slightly larger font than the other, so she could see which felt easiest to read on the day.
It was an honour to work on the vows with her, helping her proofread them, and getting to be the only person who got to see them before the wedding!
Beth wanted guests to enjoy her favourite cocktail, so we made a sign so people could check the ingredients and try it out for themselves.
The catering company did send over their own design for a menu, but Beth and I agreed it needed a redesign to fit with everything else we were making. Sadly I no longer have the original file they sent over, but my version is below.
Each table was named after a herb the couple enjoys. Looking back on this, I probably could have made the names a little larger, however to my knowledge no one struggled to find their seat.
Similar but differently designed to the seating plan, each table had a sign confirming who needed to be sat there. These were glued to sticks and mounted within a plant pot, accompanied by the herb of the corresponding name.
Beth and Will ordered a disposable camera for each table, and we attached different mission cards to each one with a bit of twine, to give the guests a reason to get out of their seats and explore.
Thank You Sign
This sign was placed with a vintage suitcase to mark an area for cards and presents.
Thank You Cards
I made these thank you cards for Beth & Will to use after the wedding. Unfortunately I did not remember to get any pictures of these printed out!
I got lots of compliments from other guests on the stationery design for the wedding, and I’m very proud to have this in my portfolio.