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die-cut invitation set

A dear friend of ours is getting married next weekend, and we are thrilled to be a part of the festivities! We especially loved working with her as she gave us the creative freedom, with very little specifications, to design a one-of-a-kind invitation set unlike anything we have done before.  Taking into account the bride and groom’s appreciation for understated elegance with a touch of whimsy, incorporating her love of blue and green, and acknowledging the wedding’s location on the Kiawah River, we began brainstorming on invitation ideas to set the stage for what will be a most magnificent wedding.  The end result… fabulous!  Die-cutting this simple invitation gave us the ability to marry both her love of understated elegance with that hint of whimsy she adored.  A sketch of the marsh scene was incorporated on the front panel of the invitation as well as on the reply set.  Both panels were held together by a striped blue and white bellyband which will be repeated on her day of stationery and through linen accents.  More photos to come!  To complete the set, we chose a kraft thick-e-lope to create a home for the invitation, sealed with personal address labels to each guest.  Well done!

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