My husband and I were married in a private ceremony. Later we hosted a gallery show of art objects we’d made for each other over the course of our relationship. Our stationery suite for this celebration consisted of a zine, which served as a guide to the event, as well as a save the date, invitation, RSVP card, thank you note, and takeaway gift set of four prints. Additionally, an enlarged, colorized version of the invitation was displayed as part of our exhibition. The takeaway and the colorized invitation were digitally printed, and the remaining components of the suite were made with a Risograph machine. The patterns referenced among the suite are composed of objects that represented the event and our relationship: music, food, our many plants, the beer that my husband brewed for our guests, the large collection of tiny love notes and envelopes he crafted for me, which we strung up as a garland over the gallery space, the email that started our correspondence, which was the foundation of our friendship, and the projection screen on which he presented all of the reasons why I should marry him, when he proposed using Keynote.

Photos by Perregeaux Wedding Photography