Halloween Madness!

I feel so lucky to get to work with Tressa and John on their crazy creative Halloween wedding.  Guests are coming in full 80’s garb, and will be treated to food trucks, magic shows, and much more (including a wedding, of course).

For the Save the Date, they had their awesome photographer Barbie Hull make lenticular photos that transform from a normal, sweet photo of the couple, to a crazy image of John pulling Tressa’s head off, depending on how you hold it! I love this couple. Have I mentioned that? We than attached the photo to my design, announcing the occasion.

Hollogram Wedding Save the Date

The Invitation and RSVP/ Information cards continued the theme. With many layers, we created the vintage, grungy, creepy and fun image they were going for. I particularly love the tear-off RSVP postcard:

Vintage Halloween WeddingPerforated RSVP postcardTear Off RSVP postcard

All of the designs are double-sided, full color offset printing, with die cut corners. The result: some sweet wedding stationery.




More than Just a Program!

Program Book
I always love when couples decide to make their programs more than just a program. And every free moment of these last few weeks have been filled with a project for N. and J.P. that did just that. They wanted the programs to be books of the beautiful Bahá’í quotes they filled their ceremony with. They also wanted a pocket in the back to hold a CD of their favorite songs that they put together as a wedding favor for their guests. And not only did they want to give this beautiful gift to their wedding guests, but they wanted to have enough of them to send to their friends and family who weren’t able to attend the wedding. The result: 250 personalized 18-page little books, bound with raffia, and with a CD pocket in the back.

Making the pocket:

Program Pocket

The finished pocket:  Wedding Program

And a few of the finished product:

Program Tied BookProgram Book




Amanda & Clark’s Wedding

Amanda and Clark had a beautiful wedding, and I am so glad that some of Wyatt Ink’s designs got to be a part of it! Amanda chose rich and detailed designs in black, gold and red. We designed them a vintage couples’ monogram, wedding signs and stationary for every table and feature at the wedding, as well as two custom “Question Guestbooks”. I can’t wait to see the professional shots, but in the meantime, here are a couple of my own: