Tent cards for the creative menu, favor tags & pennant sign.
This project came about because these fun party hosts came up with such creative items for their Halloween menu: Witch’s fingers, Pizza mummies, Bone slices, and Worm sandwiches to name a few. Since these creative dishes were the shining starts of their Halloween party, they needed a way to label their creative cuisine. I designed tent cards with simple bat & spider graphics to compliment the setup. I also created simple favor tags for the candy-buffet goodie bags, and lastly a pennant sign to round out the identity.
Jeff came to me because he needed a wedding invitation to reflect the cool and casual feel of his Brooklyn wedding. Done in the style of a concert poster, this invitation showcases custom silhouette artwork of the couple.
My client came to me because she was frustrated with what little girls’ party invitations were available on the market. Too much glitter, too many princesses and too little creativity. My approach was to go beyond princess and tiara-land, and make it feel magical.
It started off by designing a frame fit for royalty, to feature the poem my client wrote announcing her little girl’s first birthday. The pink background added softness, and the metallic gold linen paper gave it a magical shine and texture. That, with the 90 lb weight of the paper, guests knew holding it in their hands that it was something special. The invitations were accompanied by coordinating address labels for the envelopes.
My client wanted simple favors for her event that guests would get use out of. The solution was photo coasters with an insert pretty enough for guests to keep, or swap out with their own images at home.
The coasters were for a Pakistani ‘Bismillah’, though this would be great for wedding or engagement party favors, too.