Save the Date: Kortnee and Lucius

1st April

A wedding save the date is the first opportunity for a bride and groom to establish the look, style, and formality of their wedding. For Kortnee and Lucius, it was important that their save the date echo intimacy and exude elegance. For their after-Thanksgiving nuptials, the chosen color palette gives a nod to the fall season, while metallic papers convey the formality of the occasion.

We created a memorable save the date system by doubling up on envelopes. An outer, metallic orange mailing envelope housing a metallic bronze half-envelope reveals the wedding date. Hand-layered metallic gold and white papers of the card introduce the couple’s remaining wedding colors.






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2012 Nano-Bio Magazine

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Save the Date: Kortnee and Lucius

A wedding save the date is the first opportunity for a bride and groom to establish the look, style, and formality of their wedding....