Rana and Evan fell in love while frequenting Brooklyn restaurants, so this bundle of cards, mounted on a wood board, is inspired by a restaurant receipt clipboard. Part of their guest welcome bags, it included a personalized welcome card with a QR code to the couple's curated weekend playlist, a recipe card for a quick hotel room cocktail, and an illustrated map of the weekend's itinerary.
We introduced the couple's signature flora & fauna pattern in the save-the-date, and then carried elements of the same pattern throughout the invitation and wedding weekend paper goods. Here, we've letterpressed it in a subtle tone under the words of the formal invitation card, and then mounted that double-thick cotton card on a wood backing.
The perfect stack of vintage stamps included these cranes, a nod to the blue heron in Rana and Evan's signature symmetrical pattern.
For their save-the-date, we created the perfect hand-illustrated pattern. Inspired by the layout of the Persian rugs that Rana's family collects from her homeland, we arranged illustrations of native flora and fauna from Kiawah Island in a symmetrical pattern. Most importantly, we included a Carolina Wild Rose for Evan (whose football nickname was "Rosie") and a Southern Leopard Frog for Rana (whose name means "frog" in Latin).
This bright, slightly preppy canvas ribbon literally wrapped up the suite as a gift to the couple's guests!