Here are some of the event invitation designs of which I’m most proud and excited to share with you:
|For the Grand Opening of the Bikery’s shop location, we promoted the event in the same style of our classes, a punk-rock style that emulated indepenent zines. This was distributed in black-and-white fliers to local shops and organizations, and we used the full-color version online.
|In advance of the 2005 annual dinner, we lined up a well-known Des Moines Register columnist to serve as the keynote speaker. We chose to make her credentials a center-piece of the event, and chose “The Power of the Pen” as our theme.
|The image here definitely doesn’t do this invitation justice. For our retro-fifties theme in 2006, we had the invitations printed on black paper with silver ink. The reply cards were printed with black ink on glittering, silver paper.
|In 2004, as many clinics around the country were shutting down, we wanted to use our Open House invitation to show our clinic was there to stay.
Using this iconic sign was a simple and effective way to welcome visitors to our Open House and make that statement.
|The Open House was traditionally timed to coincide with the anniversary of the clinic’s founding. In 2005, we celebrated that fact with a birthday party theme.
Benefits and other events
|The Spring Benefit was a casual, silent auction held at a downtown art gallery.
|For the 2006 Spring Benefit, we decided to go for a theme that celebrates the child-like joy of springtime. With that theme in mind, we commissioned artwork from a young volunteer for the invitations
More samples are available upon request.
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