Monthly Archives: June 2011

The Mod Files Vol. 3 Modeno the Case of the Extra Stripe

Modeno Table Number Tent with extra stripe

The Third Mod File is rather summery affair designed back in much more wintery times.I think heavy snow may well have been sweeping much of the UK at the time.The change is actually not that huge and not actually explicitly asked for.The stationery range in question is Modeno (I think that’s going to be the subject of another future mod files to).I had to accommodate what seemed at the beginning a pretty challenging colour scheme featuring several shades of green as well as Summer Meadow Yellow and Pink, the challenge here being that there was four colours to accommodate.At first this was a struggle to accommodate all the colours in a balanced fashion so I changed the number of stripes in the design to allow us to accommodate all the colours.The second picture in Blue and Cream shows the normal version of Modeno.After many drafts and lots of great feedback from our clients we eventually got to a design which I think was pretty awesome.We got a very nice testimonial to from Stella and Nick so I think our customers were happy to.And I did change the names once the colours were sorted;) The final picture is of a sample we now use in the same colours.

Navy & Orange – Trieste Booklet Invitation colour scheme

Trieste Booklet Wedding Invitation Preview Navy & Orange

This weekend I am mostly loving Navy and Orange. Shown in here in two guises we have two Trieste Booklet designs. One where the main background colour is still white, it is a wedding invitation after all and one where there is no white – no need for everyone to be traditional!

We can do pretty much any colours our clients want and even if then there is a variety of ways we can interpret that dependent on what our clients want to achieve.

These are just images straight from the computer design. When actually made this design normally features Swarovski crystals. A sample Table Name in the same colours has been made recently which will hopefully be appearing on the website soon. To see more of Trieste click here or for more on our booklet invitations please take a browse here.