Once we have established your wedding branding, the design will fall into place for your day-of elements. To keep a consistent, cohesive look and feel, we will continue using features such as typography, color palette, and design details. Patterns, illustrations, textures, or icons will complement your pieces, so it is consistent. It’s important not to introduce other design elements that don’t follow this wedding branding strategy.
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A welcome package, also known as an OOT (Out of Town) package, is a great way to greet your guests to your celebration. These packages are typically placed in the accommodation rooms before your guests arrive. They can include a personal note expressing your thanks and the festivities’ itinerary. Often appreciated is a list of things to do or suggested restaurants. You may also want to include water bottles, snacks, or items that express your personality.
Also — keep it on brand. Establish cohesion between invitations and day-of items so guests feel like they’re at the event you invited them to. Your wedding icon and colors should brand the packaging and the items included. Excite your guests with custom totes, hang tags for bottles, and labels for boxes. Be sure it has importance to you and your wedding as a means to share a little bit of yourself with your guests.
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