Vibrant coloring and patterns along with a dramatically flourished script font give an upbeat yet sophisticated feel to this bold bridal shower invitation inspiration based on our Morocco design.
letterpress ink: aquamarine | fonts: sophia + poetica | paper: white | invite size: sq-6 | liner: custom morocco pattern | original design + customization by Sierra Detrick
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Designer Sierra Detrick is no stranger to worldly inspiration. “Growing up, I based many of my projects in school and in personal pieces around multi-cultural arts,” she says. “The diverse creativity of the world still heavily influences me today.”
She found inspiration for her Morocco design in the vibrant hues and intricate details seen often in Moroccan design. “I was really taken with modernized versions of the Moroccan-style tiling I was seeing in home design,” says Sierra. “I decided to create my own tile pattern that could be used throughout a wedding invitation suite and paired it with a very simplistic but elegant body of text. I didn’t want the copy to compete too much with this vibrant pattern, but I still wanted it to be able to stand on it’s own. Ted Clausen’s ornate hand calligraphy added just the right amount of sophistication.”
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Sierra Dietrick‘s moody and coastal themed Opaline design is transformed into birth announcement inspiration with powder blue seismograph lines showcasing baby’s heartbeat and modern typesetting – perfect for millennial couples.
letterpress inks: powder blue + pewter | fonts: melina + didot | paper: white | size: A-6 | liner: bella light gray | original design + customization by Sierra Detrick
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Designer Sierra Dietrick‘s main source of inspiration for her Opaline design was the ocean. “I wanted to stay away from the typical and sometimes theme-oriented pieces we are used to seeing and focus on something different, like a stormy, misty, and tranquil palette and subtle texture,” she says. “When I was in my early teens, my aunt took me to the coast in Maine. The weather was dreary, the air was cold, the waves were relentless and the sky was grey the entire trip. It was nothing like I had envisioned, but it ended up being one of my favorite getaways. It doesn’t all have to be blue skies and sunshine to be considered beautiful!”
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