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Winter’s Wedding Invitation

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Production Method

Die-cut
Laser printer

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Design

Nate Harris

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Printing

Fedex Office

Lots of lovely illustration, ample hand work, an open brief, and speedy digital printing made it possible for these charming Victorian-era-inspired wedding invitations came together in record time for Nate Harris. 

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Client

Mr. and Mrs. Winters


Quantity Produced

200


Production Cost


Production Time

1 week

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)


Page Count


Paper Stock

Wausau  / fiber / cream / 90 uc


Number of Colors

2

Varnishes


Binding

hand scoring/perforation


Typography

Custom Lettering
Garage
P22 Victorian Symbols
French Script

 


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Project Description

These wedding invitations were designed for a relative, and the only requirement was to use the color purple. The cards took a victorian adaptation with a fun illustrative theme. The invitations were printed via laser jet, and folded/assembled by hand costing under $100.

Production Lesson(s)

I was amazed at the professional appeal of this project with just a xerox printer and a multi-cutter. The turn around time including designing and printing was one week, which is an incredible accomplishment for me. Part of this was the instant nature of digital printing. The most amazing thing about this is that it cost under $100, which made my client happy as clams. The table cards & menus were designed after the invitations were mailed out. These took a little more time and were die-cut. ”

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Duncan Robertson

Former intern at UnderConsideration LLC.

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Date Published

March 5, 2013

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Die-cut
Invitations
Laser printer
Wedding materials

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