wedding design
First, A thank you
Amid the COVID-19 outbreak, I decided to share a project very near and dear to my heart, my wedding.
But first, to all the couples who had to make the difficult decision to postpone their special day numerous times, our hearts not only go out to you, they also thank you for your part in getting us on the fast-track to our "new normal".
Healthy wishes, everyone.

Anyone who has planned a wedding or designed for one understands the mul. ti. tude. of graphic design elements that a wedding may call for such as Save The Dates, Invitations, Table Cards, Ceremony Programs, Reception Programs, Thank Yous, Signage, Posters, DIY Gifts, the Wedding Website, and the list goes on depending on the couple's desires.
Below are just some of the items we created for my very own wedding last year, and I'll be adding more as time goes on.

Seating Chart

46 in x 36 in
Printed on vinyl and mounted on chloroplast.

Photo Booth Sign

23 in x 30 in
Printed on vinyl and mounted on chloroplast.

World Oceans Day Poster

30 in x 37 in
Printed on vinyl and mounted on chloroplast.

Because our wedding day falls on World Oceans Day, as scuba divers we wanted to highlight the special cause. We created a series of posters big and small to display around the reception hall each showcasing a different underwater photo that my husband took on our various vacations. This poster - the largest one - was mounted on a reclaimed wooded easel and placed at the bar for the queue to read as they awaited their drinks.

Signature Drink Sign

8.5 in x 11 in
Printed on glossy paper and displayed in a frame.

Speaking of drinks! Again, as scuba divers we wanted to incorporate a favourite past time and treat our guests with a signature drink that we called "The Scuba." It was made with white rum, blue curacao liqueur, coconut cream and pineapple juice. It was a thirst quencher and turned your tongue a lovely shade of blue (also our favourite color). 


Wedding Invitation

Ceremony Program

Ceremony Program

Coloring & Activity Book

8.5 in x 11 in
Printed on standard white paper with card-stock front and back covers and coil bound for the finished product.

We created a coloring and activity book to entertain the kids which consisted of coloring pages made of real photos of my husband and I on vacation which we converted to outlined black and white pages, we of course included pages of their favorite cartoons and ours and other activities such a tic-tac-toe, wedding/scuba themed word search and mazes. 

It was such a hit with the kids and a surprising hit with the adults!


A Gobo light stencil to project our names on the wall of our reception hall.

Custom design for the photo booth print outs.
(Shout out to Spice Photobooth for accommodating our customization!)

Customs sock wraps - part of the groomsmen gifts were fancy socks to wear on our big day so to present them nicely, I created these wraps for my husband to "package' them in.

more to come!