Lavinia & Adam | Rustic Soirée In Jarrahdale
What better way to celebrate your special day than amongst the magnificent jarrah trees in the Darling Ranges in Western Australia.
Jarrahdale is one of Western Australia’s oldest settlements and the perfect setting for a rustic-themed wedding.
Lavinia and Adam exchanged vows at a quaint little church nestled between tall jarrah trees and held their reception at the nearby winery, Millbrook Winery.
Lavinia and Adam approached us and asked for eco-friendly paper options for their rustic-themed wedding invitations. In the end, we chose to use Botany Naturaliste – an Australian made 100% post-consumer waste recycled paper stock.
They wanted a fun vintage design that wasn't too serious and had a bit of quirk.
We decided to create something that was inspired by vintage carnivals and we combined the use of many different fonts to achieve the desired effect (mixing lots of fonts wasn't something that we were use to at the time!)
The invitation set consisted of the main invitation, a card with maps showing the location, plus two smaller cards inspired by Polaroids for the RSVP and wishing well.
The RSVP card had an image of the church that Lavinia and Adam were going to be married in and the wishing well had an image of their beautiful honeymoon destination.
The invitation set was finished with black and white baker's twine and matching printed envelopes.
For the reception, we were asked to create a simple menu that complemented the rustic vibes of the venue. We used similar typography to the invitations and printed on the same paper to keep the stationery looking cohesive.