INVITATIONS

"Working with Hawai'i's soon-to-be brides to farm their creative vision is an adventurous challenge that often times flourishes with uniquely exciting results." 
Sweet Ignition Design will create custom wedding invitation designs complete with matching RSVP cards, envelopes, logos and Monograms, to put the finishing touches on all your wedding accessories, decorations, and printed materials.
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Doing an invite right means understanding the vision of the wedding party.  After numerous conversations  about color, texture, and the atmosphere of the wedding, we decided on a modern, graphic-heavy look to match the retro-lounge atmosphere of the event.






The Bride-to-be decided on a textured pearl paper that gave the finished product a hi-lux look and feel.



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This invitation was the foreshadowing of the perfect night, using a three-layered approach to turn back the silhouette of a Japanese Lantern at the reception... into the setting sun from the ceremony.  Incorporating design elements from the venue, and the Bride's decor choices, made it the perfect wedding invitation to their outer-island plantation style wedding.





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This invitation was for a North-Shore couple who wanted the look and feel of original surf-inspired artwork.  The artwork used a combination of hand-drawn ink on paper, Photoshop, and Illustrator to achieve the stained-glass inspired wave.  Their wedding was branded using the monstera leaf/wave logo that was also used on the favors, the sign-in book and other wedding collateral that brought a tight look and feel to their Waimea  Falls Wedding.




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This invitation was actually a custom designed and developed internet-invite.  It was a modern leap of faith to juxtapose the classic idea of an old-school  Las Vegas wedding.  Like any local family however, there were members from both sides who weren't tech savvy enough to receive, let alone respond to an E-mail.   For them, we created a small batch of physical custom wedding invitations, using a ticket-holder sleeve made of shimmering velum, mini Polaroid appliques, and the Las Vegas skyline to invoke ideas of the bright one-night-only show-lights of Vegas.