Gerbera Wedding Invitations
The main element of this wedding stationery design is the gerbera flower.
The client liked orange gerbera flowers, and wanted to use these in the wedding bouquets. She also liked the colour purple, which can be associated with light-hearted, romantic energies. We also included a butterfly, as butterflies are said to bring good luck and happiness in the life of the newlywed couple. We thought this would be a suitable addition to the design.
The wedding reception was held in the local village hall, surrounded by trees and nature, with real butterflies featuring at times too!
Wedding Invitation Design
The invitations were designed to be A6 size, folded card, with a paper insert stuck to the inner. The outer was printed on a pearlised card.
We decided to use a swirly graphic to form the basis of the design.
The swirly graphic allowed room for the title to be placed in a box. We decided to use rounded corners on the box, with a purple stroke and an orange fill.
An orange gerbera was added to one corner, and a butterfly to the opposite corner, to balance the design.
The client required an RSVP design to go with the invitation.
We decided to pick up on the swirly graphic and the box containing the title, and use it to form the basis of the design.
This gave space to use the orange box as the header of the design, and then create a rectangle with a purple outline, for the text to sit inside.
Wedding Stationery Suite
The client required an order of service booklet, table names, place names, menu and a table plan to be designed.
The order of service and table names were able to use the full swirl graphic, replicating the front of the invitation design.
The place names, menu and table plan incorporated the box with the information, used on the RSVP design.