Wedding invitations are a reflection of the soon-to-be Mr. & Mrs. They are a sneak-peek of the epic event to come. They serve a distinct purpose, but can be so much more. The experience of opening an awaited invitation is a welcomed experience for future guests. By combining the invite and RSVP into one card that tears away to be dropped in the mail, we engage people. Let the anticipation build with a song request on the RSVP. Now stick that invite card on the fridge and wait with bated breath.
Two young people meet while working for the National Forest Service in beautiful Colorado. They spend each waking moment of time together among the evergreens, eventually falling in love and planning the quintessential Colorado mountain wedding. Complete with all the trees, critters and mountain-y jazz you can think of. Just one minor detail; they don’t want any of that stuff. They help fight forest fires, love the active Colorado lifestyle and are anything but cliche mountain-y people.
Why not play up the fire theme with all kinds of axes, flames and catchy “burning love” phrases? Because that’s not what this is about, that’s why. These two live and work in the down and dirty life of the forest service. No need to bring that over to the wedding. Besides, these two clean up nice.