When you want to make a statement, go for the Pop-Up card! KatBlu has been busy as bees creating some of the most unique ones out there. Take a look at this gorgeous Save The Date, for a couple getting married at the Skibo Castle in Scotland (Sigh!!). Sheryl Sashin of Arabesque of Naples commissioned us to create this for her client. The challenge to make beauty out of downloaded images required expert Photoshop skills. The pop-up structure was carefully developed to ensure that the oversized card (9.25" x 12" when opened) made from Twinrocker (http://www.twinrocker.com/)hand made paper would sit with regal presence. We also created the fountain artwork (inspired by some of our Art Deco projects - wait til we upload those pics!!) and to make it even more special, we added some glitter to the "water."
Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Thursday, August 16, 2012
Simple, yet oh so pretty
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Wine Country Elegance
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Thursday, August 9, 2012
Super gorgeous Spanish theme invite
Katherine contacted us because of our LA Style gatefold (above). She envisioned it as the perfect look for her wedding happening in Mexico. Her fiancé's family called Mexico home, so we created two different style invitations; one set for her American guests and another for family and friends in Mexico, each following the etiquette and traditions comfortable to their homeland. The Mexico guests received tickets, whereas the American guests received RSVP's. Its the little but important touches that make the invitations truly unique and custom. This set used Truffle metallic for the gatefolds, Ivory uncoated and Old Gold metallic combined to make for a rustic-but-elegant invitation suite.
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Wednesday, August 8, 2012
Tropical paradise, Bali style
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Tuesday, July 31, 2012
Double Happiness and dual language, elegantly designed
Fei came to us, desiring a modern interpretation of traditional Chinese paper cut. I was absolutely ecstatic, as I am such a fan of this amazing art form. The cover of this piece was a delight to create! She also needed her invitation in Chinese as well as American English which we printed back to back. So, using the Chinese "Double Happiness" symmetry as a design feature, we laser cut it on the corner of the invite... viewed from either side it beautifully symbolized the union of two languages, two worlds brought together by love and elegance.
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Saturday, July 28, 2012
Fanciful fantastic invites, fast!
Posted by The Studio at 9:04 AM