One of our favorite requests we get from new clients is to incorporate a logo within their wedding stationery. It becomes a re-occurring symbol that is incorporated not only in the invitation suite (or save-the-date), but in the day-of stationery items and event design. It’s a great detail to put onto bottle kookies or cocktail napkins (the list goes on). Threading your wedding logo throughout all your stationery elements provides a cohesive look and feel.
Wedding logos come in various forms — monograms, crests, illustrated images. Whether it’s purely typography or incorporates imagery, we love a wedding logo! Here are some of our most recent wedding logos and a little behind-the-scenes explanation about the thought process for each logo!
Hayden and Drew met in Costa Rica and wed in Richmond, Virginia. Fête Weddings had already developed an awesome wedding vision — tropical rainforest meets southern Virginia. We started with this inspiration and went with it! We knew Costa Rica would always be a sentimental place for Hayden and Drew, so we incorporated tropical watercolor illustrations (foliage, hibiscus florals, toucans). We also incorporated a modern calligraphy font for their initials. This calligraphy-style font added an elegant southern charm to their whimsical, colorful illustrations.
Erin and Chris wed in Richmond, Virginia on New Year’s Eve at the Commonwealth Club! Their overall look/feel was very classic and elegant with a touch a glamour! To create their logo, we created a classic script monogram. As an additional detail, we incorporated a wreath. The inspiration for this imagery was pulled from the New Years Eve holiday. Once complete, the logo was printed in metallic gold thermography for added glamour. At the wedding, the logo was incorporated onto so many different elements — cocktail napkins, koozies, plastic cups, stickers, favor boxes.
Virginia and Carson’s wedding is this spring in Richmond, Virginia. We loved working on this logo, because it was in collaboration with the groom. Carson illustrated the bee and we then digitized it to be used throughout their suite. The bee starts on the save-the-date (bee there or be square!) and makes it way to the invitation, landing in the wreath (their logo).
Photo by Katie Stoops Photography.