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Saturday, January 14, 2012

How a logo goes a long way - My best friends wedding

Hi guys. I'm feeling a little under the weather yet again today - perhaps I should have taken my Dr. up on that flu shot she offered me a few months back. Either way I wanted to leave you with a photo of a beautiful cake. It was a super moist and yummy banana cake with butter cream - just to set the mood for you. As some of you may or may not know, I'm a graphic artist. I designed this wedding monogram for my dear friends Haley and Pablo, and they used it as a design element on their delicious and stunning wedding cake, or should I say Haley's mom did. 

This wedding logo/ monogram is a perfect example of how something so simple can really carry the decor of your event. One simple design element can become the vision and focus for all your decor, then everything else becomes cake - ha! The wedding was stunning with white flowers consisting of hydrangeas, orchids and calla lilies. Lucite Versailles chairs with silver accents on the table and candles. It really was the epitome of simple and elegant. I would show you photos, but I would have to check with the bride who is currently on her 3 week honeymoon in Thailand - lucky bitch. 

Anyways below is my inspiration board for the wedding monogram and invitation. I find that it's always useful to find visual design cues to help in your own creative conception process. This is my first step in designing, or decorating. I hope you all have a great rest of your wintry weekend. Chow for now!



4 comments:

  1. Gorgeous! Feel better soon :(

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  2. You logo is looking really great in many ways. It is simple but attractive.

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  3. You logo is looking really great in many ways. It is simple but attractive. logo design

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  4. Wow!! What a lovely cake. It is just adorable. Want to arrange my wedding in elegant style. Will be soon getting married at one of beautiful wedding venues. Have heard about this venue a lot and want to make my day really memorable one.

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