We were referred to Joey and Alex by their good friend and our former bride, Danella Yuhico-Yaptinchay. Though I never actually met with the couple, the design and approval process went pretty smoothly; I personally coordinated with Doris Magsaysay-Ho, the mom of Alex, instead. Since it was a destination wedding (Goudge Island, British Columbia, Canada, to be exact), our challenge was to include all the necessary information without cluttering up the invite.
We designed an invite set with a folded card, featuring the map of the venue on the cover. Since Alex is a designer, she created the beautiful map and heart icon herself. Upon opening the card, guests would find the schedule of events of “Joey & Alex’s wedding weekend,” written in the fun, casual font Alex chose. Tucked into the pouch was the main invite and RSVP set. To add a formal touch to this charming, inventive invite, we used thick white paper and letterpress printing for the text.
Though Alex was abroad all this time and was initially apprehensive about the whole wedding preparation and timing, she was pretty happy with the result. “It turned out that I didn’t have to worry at all! [Printsonalities was] great at interpreting what I wanted and coming up with exactly what I imagined. Working with Printsonalities was a wonderful experience overall and I am so happy with the way my invitations turned out.”