dropcap‘ve been told that when telling a story it’s typical that weddings either occur at the beginning or at the end of the tale. They are standard devices to mark the end or the beginning of some transition for the characters or plot. So it’s only fitting that the first post on this blog is about my wedding. I produced an invitation booklet some months ago, a project that got wildly out of hand very quickly. Originally a two-pager, this quickly evolved into a fully fledged wedding booklet. Done in my spare-spare time it ended up being a month overdue and over budget. One-hundred-percent-worth it.¬†

It would be the precursor to a really amazing evening.

booklet

 

The cover: The Cats were added at the end and That's all people could talk about.

The Cats were added at the end and That’s all people could talk about.

Semi-portraits of my Wife and I. I spent a lot of time on my beard.

Semi-portraits of my Wife and I. I spent a lot of time on my beard.

A man-purse

A man-purse

Looks cozy, right?

Looks cozy, right?

invites cover

Graeme