Holy Creativity, Batman: Seven Incredible Event Invitation Designs
We scoured the web for the best event invitation design around.
Every element of this letterpress wedding invitation, designed by Device Creative, is killer: the copy, the idea, the whole thing. “Event planner Lisa Vorce wanted a custom invitation that would create conversation and excitement about her clients’ upcoming Native American-inspired wedding in the desert of Arizona. Drawing from those influences, we designed the form and function of a small teepee, complete with skewers as support beams.”
Created by Portland designer Ian Collins, this beautiful laser cut invitation is designed to mimic a rough-hewn naturalist field guide.
The Distillery is an Australian creative studio that hosts live music and art events on premises after hours. An event backed by a design team? No wonder.
Foldable 3D Invitation
This pop-open 3D invitation designed by Florida’s Xavier Correa ships flat, but folds out into a four-sided cube. Very fitting for an event named “The Art of Transformation”.
There’s only one thing to say about Italian design studio Happycentro‘s approach to creating invitations for the opening of a Louis Vitton store in Japan: Nailed it! “We’ve been asked to design and produce the invitation card for LV store opening in Osaka. The starting idea was a paper object designed by us; its shape, expression of perpetual precision and pureness of the origami world, we wanted to meet with our intimate passion for special printing techniques.”
This invitation for the GOMA welcome party succeeds where so much collateral fails: by making it warm, welcoming and above all, personal.
“If I can’t read it, it doesn’t exist”. Nice. UK design student Jurate Gacionyte says, “Interactive invitation for a Gagosian group show exhibiting artists who work with words as their main medium. The invitation exists both in print and digital form. Completed at School of Visual Arts under the teaching of Luke Hayman and John Fulbrook III.”