Real Wedding Example: A Tied-Together Look For 'Day Of' Paper Wedding Items

One of the reasons I came up with the concept of an entire printable wedding kit, is because that is exactly what I needed for my own wedding. I wanted all the stationery and paper items to have a coherent, tied-together look. I knew how to do this because of my background as a graphic designer, and as I was putting together these items I thought, 'What do people that aren't designers and don't know how to crank out templates in Illustrator and Photoshop do? Mess around in Word and try to find clip art?'  Once I figured out how to create wedding templates based on Adobe Acrobat forms, that anyone could use, I set to work.

The idea was to make it easy (and affordable) for anyone to produce all of their wedding stationery and 'day of' paper goods without having to deal with a major, over-complicated DIY project. So it always makes me incredibly happy to find out through a wedding blog, in this case Style Me Pretty Illinois, that yet another couple has put an e.m.papers printable wedding kit to good use. This Chicago couple did so beautifully. Using the Bluebell Wedding Kit they not only produced beautiful wedding programs, escort cards and a seating chart, but they also used the design elements to create a large sign for the wedding itself. Well done!

These images originally appeared here on Style Me Pretty, Illinois and have been photographed by Free to Be Photography.

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