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Creating Rustic Wedding Stationary

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Rustic Wedding Stationary

I had the pleasure of creating several pieces of stationary for the wedding of Holly and Tyler Graham that took place earlier this month. This bride knew exactly what she wanted, and lucky for me, she has great taste. It was a lot of fun working together and it always feels great to help a client’s vision come to life.

The design through out all of her stationary pieces was consistent: rustic and simple, letting the fun font choices be the main focal-point of the design. The pieces I created for Holly included the wedding invitation, program, menu and monogram.

I created a vector line-map of the ceremony and reception locations for the back of the Wedding Invitation, as well as a few vine graphics to use through out all of her pieces.

The pieces were printed on a rustic, cardboard stock and the wedding invitations had rounded corners. They printed beautifully and I was thrilled to see another happy client.

Thanks for choosing me to help bring your ideas to life, Holly!

For anyone interested in having a custom made invitation or other stationary piece, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Thanks for reading!

~ Manda Mac



Brand Me!

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Brand Me!


Starting your own business and want to look professional? I can help! Creating your own brand identity is incredibly important to show your customers that you are to be taken seriously. I specialize in creating branding packages that incorporate a consistent design through out all of your marketing pieces. Your brand should reflect your company by using specific colours, fonts and layout that evoke the type of feelings you want to be associated with.

The first graphic that customers associate with your company is your logo. A logo should be a unique identifier for your corporation: simple, yet symbolic. It also sets the tone for the rest of your brand. The colours and font(s) used in your logo should be used consistently across all marketing pieces, this helps customers get familiar with your “look”. Everything your company sends out should adhere to your brand guidelines.

Your brand identity is how you get to represent your company to your customers. It’s a reflection of what you do, and what your company stands for: it’s the most crucial piece of communication. There can be a lot to think about when creating your look, so I highly recommend letting a professional designer help you. If you don’t know where to start, contact me now! Manda Mac Designs will help make you look gooooood!