Whitney’s save the date

Our Save-the-Dates were my first real project using the Gocco–and what a way to start. We printed about 200 so we could have extras just in case we had any mess-ups…however we were married over a month ago and still have a huge stack!!

I blogged about them…what seems like eons ago…here.

[images from Whitney]

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Bryanna’s save the date

I designed this in Photoshop. I mailed them in small, bold red reply-card envelopes. Thanks for looking!! I love your blog.

[image from Bryanna]

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Jennifer’s save the date

We were able to use this vintage postcard because it was in public domain (no more copy write). The local postcard exchange group: http://iwhome.com/tpcec/index.html gave us the scanned image in a pdf. A graphic designer friend of mine, added the “see you in October” tag on the front and the info on the back. We loved that we were able to use the original captions.
We received lots of great feedback and it was so simple, since we “recycled” an idea form the past.
[images from Jennifer]
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Hallis save the date

My husband + I live in Seattle but we were married in Los Angeles this past September. Being SoCal natives we wanted to create a design that was Cali- chic and played off some iconic state visuals. We both work at design studios during the day so it was fun to be our own client for once.

· Design by the Bride + Groom

· Letterpress by Rachel Shepherd / Starparticle Press, Seattle

· Two color, Crane’s Lettra 110 lb.

· Outer enclosure is Envelopments Signature Pocket Fold

[images from Halli]

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Cheryl’s save the date

I’m a devoted follower and wanted to submit Kiel and I’s STDs for our upcoming wedding on 8/1/09.
The story behind our STDs is that Kiel and I had similar experiences where we happened to get stuck in different things. One picture is of him stuck in an angel food cake pan. The other picture is of me stuck in a bar stool trying to get to my doll. Both unpleasant situations and our mothers had the same reaction of getting the camera and documenting our stupidity. Since we had similar unpleasant experience, we grew up and found each other. When learning about each other’s history, we found out that we did a lot of same foolish things as children. As we were coming up with the idea for our Save the Dates, we thought since we came from different backgrounds, these photos were a reflection of how similar we are. Two peas in the same pod.
We got these postcards printed at gotprint.com.
[images from Cheryl]
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