Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

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Designing for weddings is a truly pleasant task. First and foremost, a wedding invite should express the personalities of the young couple as well as the overall theme of the wedding. This piece of paper should convey a simple message to the guests urging them to be curious and looking forward to the big day.

Most of the time, wedding invites are full of flowers, lots of pink, swirly fonts (which sometimes are really hard to read) and just a few lines of information saying where and when the event will take place. We are use to seeing such design for almost every single wedding.

DeGroff Design Studio was commissioned by Dana & Hartley with a request to create unorthodox wedding invite for a travel-theme wedding. Kyle DeGroff, who did both the design and the printing, says:

I wanted to brand the event, as opposed to just having it be a typical “in celebration of”… Hence “By Land, Air or Sea for Dana & Hartley”. It gave me an opportunity to integrate more typographic elements within the overall design.

The final result is more than astonishing. No swirly fonts and flowers, but some pink and unusual, thoughtful design. And the theme of the wedding is visible at first sight but not too obvious.

Have a look at these beautiful wedding invites:

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

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Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

Unorthodox and Fresh Wedding Invite Design

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