The Titus Duran Affair

2020

This next series of designs are possibly the most important to me to date as they are my personal wedding designs.


My fiancee and I are having a destination wedding in a beautiful villa in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. The theme for my wedding is minimalistic yet luxurious and tropical. I am excited to share my designs as they come along.


Our wedding emblem consists of different elements that represent Puerto Vallarta as well as us. The plant and flower symbolize our love for nature and being plant moms, as well as the tropical paradise we will be in. The paint splatter represents our love for art; me being a designer and my fiancee being an avid art connoisseur. The rich tones of burgundy and gold/copper in our color palette reflect the luxurious villa we will be getting married in.


For my save the dates, I wanted to design something that would go along with the theme of travel, so I made a boarding pass! I also wanted it to feel like a postcard that our guests could hang on their fridge and look forward to, hence the beautiful beachline on the back. For the boarding pass I created a sleeve with my wedding emblem on it so my guests have the full experience of opening our save the dates. I printed and assembled both parts on cardstock paper. My last step for the save the dates was printing the envelopes they would go in. I chose not to handwrite the envelopes because I wanted things to be uniform and cohesive. I added a graphic element from my wedding emblem to the envelope as well.


The wedding website was built using Wix's "Colorful Wedding Invite" as a baseline template. I chose this template for the sophisticated and unique design using margins to create a "framed" page. I customized the template to include more realistic graphics of plants to imitate the lush plant life at the villa in Puerto Vallarta, the graphics were created in Adobe Illustrator.


PROGRAM(S)- Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, & Fresco, Wix

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