The questions which are part of the keys of the first chapter of this post are the same that we made to address the production of invitations that you can see on the following lines and in our projects section.
Each one is very different. Perhaps with some you feel more identified and remind you any you are working on or even it can help you in order to create own.
Mónica and Mariano — Los MoMa
Los MoMa are a fun, generous and rocking couple with a clear intention that their guests enjoy their wedding from start to finish (we witness this and the encores requested each anniversary).
Their celebration was carefully thought. Their guests knew the good hand they have to enjoy and delight those who accompany them. Hence the great excitement generated.
Therefore the invitation and other pieces were thought to surprise without unnecessary fuss, with the naturalness and originality that characterizes them.
Luckily we got the goal. The envelope and invitation aroused curiosity and wonder of the guests. “This promises”. “With such invitation, how I am going to miss it” and even “Come on! With that big party … I leave the kids with my mother.”. That’s how far their delivery became a string of exclamations and anecdotes that still remember the couple. (+ info)
Fernando and Almudena
Fernando and Almudena wanted a classic wedding. The bride was clear “I want gold, lots of gold. I’m like a little magpie , I love gold.”. So on this request we made a production approach with “much gold”.
The challenge was to satisfy the wishes of the bride and to develop pieces that did not result excessive or overloaded, but breathe harmony and containment gloss. The keys to get it were in the choice of paper and metallic pantone. (+ info)
Natalia and David
Natalia sought special invitations beyond the hackneyed versions that she had been seeing in the catalogs. It soaked the subject and launched herself designing them. He told our assistance regarding the roles chosen and complementary pieces. It was a wedding with much pull, so that had to make a second batch of invitations and envelopes.
Still counting on us for her professional projects, often she tells us the success of their business card (the couple print them together with the wedding’s production). (+ info)
Román and Raquel
This invitation stand out for the simplicity and balance of its design. Its graphical reference for the creation of Urbanphes were old tickets for cinema and transport.
We got the desired effect with a good paper, characterized by its touch and its presence, and an intense black ink.
Juanjo and Áurea
The pieces for this wedding designed by Ales Santos play with transparency and vellum overlay, the intensity of its color range and the texture of Rives Shetland paper.
We develop the invitation, its envelope of special fabrication and a book travel with accurate information for attendees.
As you can see, with creativity and graphic production to support it, invitations to talk about the uniqueness of each couple can be achieved.