Our good friends Paolo & Tin got married this month, and I helped them with some designs for their wedding. (I only work on one wedding per quarter, and I mostly do it just for family and friends :P). One of the first things we did was work on the fabric for the bridesmaids dresses. We printed my succulent pattern on blue-gray neoprene! Love how it turned out. And I’m always super kilig to see my patterns on fabric!
I also worked on their wedding invitation. They were open to having a unique orientation, so we did long invites + long catalog style envelopes to match. Played with some wood texture since the other wedding elements like giveaways were made of wood.
For all my wedding invitation designs, I always print them on IFEX paper. The paper stock I used for the invitations was Cordenons Wild 450 gsm, and 118gsm Mohawk Loop in Cypress color for the envelopes.
I used bleed proof white to the calligraphy, and made a tiny stamp printed on fabric linen tape to seal the envelopes.
Paolo is an interior designer, and he made these robot cake toppers, as well as robot magnets for the giveaways, and toy robots for the sponsors’ gifts. (Don’t we all love a hands-on groom?! :P) Love their naked cake topped with succulents and berries!
Congratulations & Best Wishes, Pao and Tin!:)