Quirky wedding invitations by Pecora Nera Design Studio
The 'hang them' invitation was created for a wedding that took place on the island of Folegandros in Greece. The couple wanted their wedding to be memorable to them and to their guests. Both Elias & Lia have a great sense of humor and a passion for creativity. Pecora Nera design studio knew that the invitation had to be in perfect harmony with the unique natural beauty of the island. That is why they chose to use the element of 'wood' to create it. In addition they figured out a playful way for the guest to collate it. The gift box and the small book were the last elements that composed the unique invitation’s concept.
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