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Lead Image

Going presidential with some Abraham Lincoln type, this invitation makes Jillian and Ross look like upstanding citizens about to get a little loopy on their big day.  

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Client

My Cousin


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Production Cost


Production Time

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)


Page Count


Paper Stock

Cougar / Double Thick Cover / Smooth / 130 lb.


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Varnishes


Binding


Typography

Lavanderia Regular
Abraham Lincoln Regular
Muncie Regular Geared Slab Bold

 


Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
Typographic Wedding Invitation Package
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Project Description

An invitation package for my cousin's wedding. The idea was to make something that was 'different' from traditional wedding invitations. Typographic was the answer. Simple layout, great type selection, and letterpress combine to make my cousin really, really happy!

Production Lesson(s)

It's always scary doing work for family. I have been in some bad situations before. You have to approach with caution from the start. This time around, everything went as planned (phew), and everybody (including the parents) were very happy with the outcome. Hopefully I'll get a shout-out during the wedding speeches!!”

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Jessica Mullen

Writer for UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

October 24, 2012

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Filed Under

Letterpress
Wedding materials

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