Designer Alisa Bobzien sent over these wedding invitations that she recently created using one of my favorite color palettes: coral, gray, and gold foil. So classic, right? Created for a glamorous wedding in Michigan, the invitation suite includes several complementary patterns, botanical details, and of course some shiny gold foil. So pretty!
From Alisa: I created this custom invitation suite and day-of print material for a glam autumn Michigan wedding. The ingredients for this design were a range of coordinating custom patterns, a botanical element as a nod to their venue (the Planterra Conservatory), and a honeycomb pattern because the groom is a beekeeper and honey maker in Brooklyn.
I worked closely with the event designer Viva La Diva Events, who provided art direction. The invitation suite was printed on double-thick luxe cotton savoy paper with gold foil stamping, and included printed envelope liners featuring a custom pattern that coordinated with the gold motif border of the dinnerware.
Many of the guests were also from out of state so we highlighted the bride and groom’s favorite local destinations with a custom illustrated map that was included in the hotel welcome bags.
I also designed thank you notes, a welcome itinerary, signage, programs, dinner menus, cocktail menu, favor stickers, dessert signage, table numbers, escort cards and foil-stamped cocktail napkins.
Graphic Design: Alisa Bobzien
Event Design + Planning: Viva La Diva Events
Photo Credits: Alisa Bobzien