Real weddings

Dylan & Emma’s Stop Motion Wedding Invite

January 25, 2011 by

This is such a cool idea for an invite. Emma-Jane Harbour and her husband Dylan treated their guests to this special video invitation. They had the pictures taken by photographer  Bruce Mardon from Lamplight Photography, and the creative couple did the art direction themselves. Instead of a printed invite they had a wedding website with this quirky little video, along with all the other information about the wedding.

You can read more about Emma Jane’s wedding on her blog Emma Jane Nation. (It’s not just wedding stuff, Emma writes about all things creative).

Please leave a Reply or Comment

13 Responses to “Dylan & Emma’s Stop Motion Wedding Invite”

  1. Elysa February 18, 2011 at 9:19 am #

    This is WAY cute!!!! I just bookmarked it to use for my own wedding…years and years from now :)

Trackbacks/Pingbacks

  1. Tweets that mention Dylan & Emma’s Stop Motion Wedding Invite | The Pretty Blog -- Topsy.com - January 25, 2011

    [...] This post was mentioned on Twitter by Theprettyblog, Emma-Jane Robinson. Emma-Jane Robinson said: our wedding invite on @theprettyblog http://www.theprettyblog.com/2011/01/dylan-emmas-stop-motion-wedding-invite/. Thank you! :D x x [...]

  2. Dylan & Emma Jane {French Picnic} | The Pretty Blog - April 4, 2011

    [...] earthy celebration. You might remember these two from a prevoius post when we featured their stop motion video invite. If you haven’t seen it, do check it out, it’s sooo [...]

>
Christine Meintjes_Garniche Studio_The Forum_0014

Wedding

The Forum’s Winter Warm Scandinavian Shoot

Today we share the wondrous winter wedding shoot, conceptualised and styled by Garniche Studio in collaboration with White Kite Studios and captured by the brilliant Christine Meintjes. It’s a tale of Scandinavian wedding bliss, set against the distinctive industrial backdrop of Turbine Hall at The Forum. We simply adore the abundance of textures, intricately styled decor and the style in which all these elements melt into warm, rich hues of burgundy, gold, dark brown and eucalyptus green.

View More