Behind The Design: Adventure Awaits Wedding Invitation Suite
A watercolor throwback plane graphic in ruby red and pops of golden yellow combined with a quirky retro typeface creates a fun vintage vibe for the event. The plane graphic soars among fluffy clouds in a classic sketch or doodle style. The decorative font we used is called Quirk and the body font is Night Still Comes. The bold design would be printed on a cream colored textured thick paper. Around the World in 80 Days was the theme in mind for this suite, using the concept of traveling to lots of exciting new destinations. If Phileas Fogg was getting married, this is the invitation design he and his fiancee would choose. It displays the couple’s love for adventure combined with their classic sense of exciting romance.
For this couple’s All Aesthetic Plan, we focused on the ruby red and golden yellow color palette and clever aspects of travel for decor. The ideal venue would be a large airplane hangar, industrial warehouse or the Smithsonian Air & Space Museum in DC. Having a large scale, architecturally interesting venue with wide open spaces evokes the sense of adventure and travel anticipation. The large space would be broken up into about three spaces: one for the ceremony, one for cocktail hour and another for the reception (although your designer or coordinator could use the same space for the ceremony and reception if necessary).
We envision the ceremony filled with deep red flower arrangements and small metallic gold details throughout. Upon entering the venue, the guests are first greeted by a large welcome s