I don’t know if it’s the fact that my grad classes at K-State are starting tomorrow, that my cousin is getting married in a week, or that Aggieville Mini Maker-Faire is in 2.5 weeks, but I have gotten a lot done in the last 3 days. Here’s the last of them. A card celebrating the life-long bonds of the gray wolf (and hopefully the future recipients of the card).
Now you can see how changing the colors and motif completely changes the mood while keeping the text block intact.
This would be great for a traditional and refined outdoor wedding. Classy and rustic. I’d probably use GMUND’s Savanna paper for the enclosures or envelopes. Embossed woodgrain paper really complements the texture of letterpress and would highlight the oak leaf motif.
Fall wedding invitation inspired by the coating crows rhyme:
One for sorrow
Two for mirth
Three for a wedding…
For any offbeat couples that are avid corvid fans or just like how atmospheric late October can be.
The paper I would print this one on would be Cartiera Magnani’s Arturo cards. They have a felt finish which is super soft (like kid gloves) and has a deckled edge. I used this paper for my own wedding 3 years ago, and I recommend it to any brides who want their invitation paper to have a hint of color.
All names and dates are made up. No crows were harmed in the making of this Photoshop mockup.
Well I finished the watercolor details of wedding invite suite for my friends Joe and Tracy a couple days ago. After re-coloring some of the earlier ones that looked too pale compared with the rest, I left them under weights last night to flatten out from all the handling and extra water. They will be ready to ship on Monday.
I decided to go with variety rather than every card being the same. Rather, the color palette is the same, but the second leaf is not ALWAYS yellow with a tinge of orange. Below are some of my favorites.