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Justin Miller and Jill Ginsberg

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Production Cost


Production Time

2 weeks

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

5 1/2 in × 4 7/8 in

Page Count

Paper Stock

Uncoated white 100% PCW recycled chipboard 18pt.

Number of Colors

Package: 3 colors
Card: 1 color
Disc labels: CMYK






Bright yet nostalgic, Jill and Justin’s wedding invitation mix CD screams fun and whispers romance. The lushly printed CD package makes the couple’s special day feel like an outdoor festival you wouldn’t want to miss.

This piece was created as our wedding invitation. Since we are both big lovers of music and I have spent the past 5 years as a designer who specializes in designing album art for bands and independent artist we thought it would be only natural to have our wedding invitations be a CD package. So we decided to make it a Mix CD with some of our favorite love songs which represented us as both individuals and as a couple. For the design we pulled inspiration from old Jazz and Blue Note album covers but also wanted to mix in some elements from nature, since our wedding was going to be held outdoors at a park. Also being a screen printer at heart, we chose to screen print the packaging.

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Justin and Jill Wedding Invitation


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Jessica Mullen

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Jessica Mullen

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Date Published

November 28, 2011


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