EJ Getting Married.
Creating something special for my best friend
EunJi (a.k.a EJ) and I've been friends for 10 years. She's not only my best friend but also someone who I count on, knows every cringe moment of mine, the best travel buddy, and a great listener who put up with my whining and buys me a drink.🍺
Since I couldn't have attended EJ's wedding in Korea, I wanted to do something special for her. So I decided to design a wedding invitation card.
EunJi and Me @Aquatic Park in SF
Behind the concept
Like in many other cultures, a wedding in Korea is a significant event gathering all of the friends and families of the bride and groom. However, what's the most different about Korea's wedding is that even the wedding is for the couple, there are so many decision-makers in the family members for preparing the event from A to Z. From the venue, food, and even the invitation design, the couple should consider all family member's preference.
For this reason, I considered a few things below when designing the invitation.
- Target Audience: an invitation which can cover the age range from 20 to '60s.
- Tone and Manner: The design should be clear and clean, doesn't have to be too striking or unique.
- Message: The message should be properly formal and include minimal but essential information.
What It Actually Look Like..
On Wedding Day💙 👰🏻🤵🏼(Nov 7th, 2020)