Monday, April 22, 2013

Wooded Wedding Invitations (aka the most awesome invitations ever)

So you might have been wondering why I was making secret log boxes a few weeks ago.  I was helping my brother complete his wedding invitations!  They are definitely the most awesome invitations ever if you ask me but I guess I'm a tiny bit biased.

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These log invitations were for the guests that will be celebrating all weekend long with the happy couple.  Wedding only guests got another kind of invitation that was also pretty cool.  Here you can see the save the date, wedding invitation and secret log invitation all together.

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I helped by designing the printed pieces but the real genius was all the future mr. + mrs' idea. My brother crafted each box by hand and they were hand delivered.  Kudos to him and my fabulous future sister in law for coming up with an invitation that wows.  I can't wait to celebrate with them.




24 comments:

  1. (excuse me while I pick my jaw up off the ground).

    Amaze-balls. Just. Amazing. And I love the silhouette hair/mustache...

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  2. holy cow! Coolest invites ever!

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  3. Wow, creativity certainly runs in your family! Love all the pieces. Such a beautiful thing to create for their guests.

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  4. Wow. These are just absolutely amazing. Beautiful and unique.

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  5. These are incredible! Wow. Just wow.

    Also just saw your pics by Laura B a couple of posts back. So lovely! Love me some photo shoots by Laura B.

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    1. Thanks Laura. She is so talented.

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  6. Um, what?!


    *crickets*


    These are the most amazing invitations I've ever seen.

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  7. Amazing. Such talented siblings. Sending good vibes for your first day back to work.

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  8. Those are amazing! I would love to receive an invite packaged like that...just awesome.

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  9. Those are so cool! How did they get all of the printing onto the wood circles?

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    1. Rubber stamps were used to transfer the design to the wood.

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  10. Wow, so awesome, and even more awesome that they were hand delivered. Just wow.

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  11. this is incredible! I've never seen anything like it. Please post more of their wedding details (if it's okay with them), as the event progresses. So inspirational!

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    1. Thanks Emily. I will be sharing as much as they allow :)

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  12. Coolest wedding invitation ever. Seriously!

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  13. Some people just have all the ideas and talents! Thanks for sharing. Keep posting I enjoy seeing all of your creative talents.
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  14. Each piece looks amazing! What lucky guests; they must be thrilled! Quick question... can I ask what the print method is that you used to print the white on the gray paper? Thanks!

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    1. Everything is printed on white paper - the gray parts are gray ink.

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  15. Just beautiful!!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE these.

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  16. "Wood" you look at that! I love it. I want one! Clever, crafty, creative carpentry~
    I wonder if their gift registry is all wood, cutting boards, salad bowls, furniture....
    pve

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  17. These are seriously amazing. I am coveting one of those little log boxes, they are magical! I love how a collaboration takes a great idea and makes it brilliant. I love working on ideas/projects with my sister too as they take on a new life of their own with our combined input. I forsee some great future projects from the two of you!

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  18. These are so incredible! What an amazing way to get the guests excited for their big day! Just wondering... what printing method did you use to print the white ink on the green paper? I'm helping some friends with some invitations as well, and she'd like to use white ink on kraft paper, but we're having a hard time finding somewhere to print that. Thanks!

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    1. There is only green ink on the paper.

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