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Telling the story of their shared love for the Northwest, Erin and Matt’s juniper inspired wedding invitation brings elegant simplicity to the sticks.  




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Production Time

6 hours

Dimensions (Width × Height × Depth)

13 × 19 in.

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Neenah / Classic Crest / Natural White /

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Gotham Rounded Thin
Mishka Italic


Erin and Matt Wedding Invitation
Erin and Matt Wedding Invitation
Erin and Matt Wedding Invitation
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Project Description

We wanted our wedding invitations to share our story, our passion for where we live and of course, an invitation to our wedding. We wanted to use aesthetic and materials to create an interesting, Northwest inspired experience for the recipients, but not overshadow the message.

After opening the initial envelope, the recipient would pull out a neat little package bound with a simple paper wrap and tied up with twine. In this package one would find a luggage tag style RSVP card and corresponding envelope as well as the hero of the piece, the invitation that unfolds to be a small poster: one side a formal invitation, the other our story of finding each other here in Oregon.

The story side of the invitation poster piece uses images of juniper sticks to create the outline of the state of Oregon and word Oregon. We photographed over 100 fallen juniper sticks in the Oregon Badlands Wilderness to collect images of all the particular bends and twists we needed for the art. Large yellow numbers printed of the Oregon art relate to the body copy below that both educates our friends and families about what we love about the Northwest, as well as tell mini stories from our adventures of falling in love.

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Kelly Cree

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Date Published

August 13, 2012


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