Clean and Crisp Invitation with Crystals | Tagaytay
I received a message in July on our instagram, and it said,
Nowadays with the COVID-19 situation, plans are all written in pencil. Last minute changes are inevitable. For the pre-covid Philippine wedding industry, you won't hear the end of it if we have to change venues a month before the event, Nowadays, it is how it is and we take what's given. Most of the time, you might attempt to just defer the decision-making to the very last minute. Shall I have invitations done? Oh okay, yes!
Honestly, I'd still encourage my brides to have some made. It doesn't have to be grand or fantastic, but it is a pretty memorabilia for your guests that's eternalized in your wedding photos. We've adjusted our rates to make our packages even more intimate-wedding friendly. I've even designed and produced just 2 sets for a Hong Kong wedding earlier this year!
My bride Olive and I discussed our options. At the start, we were going to make her invitation in foil print. However, since my partner was out of town that weekend, we couldn't make it happen. :( We still wanted something that didn't look "flat" though. We came up with crystals as a solution.
The layout is clean and classic, the design is using a semi-custom suite from our Signature Series - Heritage
It features very a serif font in in one size, an the logo crest on top of the entourage page.
We used a dusty blue envelope, plus my ultra intricate wax seal design, Botannia. Check this page for our wax seal designs.
I'm very happy to have taken the invitations off my bride's plate. It's a fulfilling accomplishment to have done this on such a short notice! What I would give to just run around Tagaytay midlands without a mask, haha!
These lovely photos were taken by Digital Surf
Congratulations, Marwin & Olive!
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