When it is time to make a set of invitations, I usually struggle to keep them simple. That was needed this time around though, and I managed to pull it off. I even got to put some retired product to use. Love that.
The invitations are basic and only one sided. The graphic was provided, I do love it though, and I put it to work. I got a little digital for this project. I opened the image in InDesign and started picking fonts. It didn’t take long to decide, I made it white and placed it as an overlay on the image. Then I included the basic details below in a softer gray because black looked too stark.
I used the full graphic, including the title with supporting scripture reference, for a water bottle wrap. I think these will look adorable. When digging around, I came across another retired product I could use. First, ribbon for the invitation, second, bakers twine for the bottle wraps, and third, paper to make a box for the invitations. Everything gets used eventually, and I love having it on hand for quick project work. This one wasn’t that quick, but took a good portion of the day from conception, design, prep work and assembly. All done and ready to go though!
Have a creative day!