10.02.10 Wedding Invitation Suite & Travel Posters

Teresa & Jeremy

How does one design a wedding invitation for oneself? One goes to the source of adventure and memories captured in photography by traveling through the past and anticipating what’s to come in the future.


Creative & Art Direction

This accordion folded, double-sided wedding invitation features duo-tone printed photography from many of our travels through Colorado, Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania. Two Pantone colors were carefully selected to enhance the photography in a rustic, understated approach on the off-white Mohawk paper stock.

Age-old, yet graphic, typography knocks out over the images and prominently displays the catchy wedding date and the rehearsal dinner date.

This old-world correspondence theme carried through to the handcrafted table numbers, place cards, and even vintage artifacts like a repurposed mailbox.

Homemade apple butter from hand-picked apples were provided as favors, encouraging guests to Spread the Love.

After the wedding, I created a diptych of posters featuring our travels to date.

Work © by the clients and company denoted therein. It’d be impossible to create this work completely on my own, and I don’t own a dang thing.