This project has had me giddy from the start. Jen + Ashley are the best of the best, and I’ve loved how open they’ve been about having fun with their new brand & really infusing FUN into the whole suite.
This week, I sent their correspondence cards & stamps out of the studio and off to J + A … Sad to see these babies leave, but so happy to share them!
Client interaction is SUPER important to Jen + Ashley! Nothing leaves their studio without a hand-written note, and they needed to be certain their client correspondence pieces were branded and booming with personality. These cards give them flexibility to write a ‘hello’ or ‘thank you’, and their logo has a little home on the back …
We wanted to incorporate their logo as many places as possible … this means, we created a custom rubber stamp. It can be stamped almost anywhere! I even included a white ink pad this time so they could stamp all over those BEAUTIFUL navy blue envelopes.
Lastly, the outside of the envelope is just as important as what’s inside … we wanted to finish everything off with a clean, modern return address stamp. This particular stamp is self-inking and good for over 100,000 impressions. I love how we could tie their little square logo element into this piece as well.
I’m not done sharing their suite just yet! Be on the lookout for their business cards and their new website!!
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