Monday, May 3, 2010

Senior Design Project: How to Design Your Wedding





















































Here it is. This has been my baby for the past month or so. This was my senior design project. We had to choose a design direction in something that within our design strengths. My strengths are color and print. So, I just went with it and I love how it turned out! I wanted the book to be filled with photos to inspire any bride. I also wrote all of the content but if the reader chose not to read it, they would still get a lot of great ideas from the photographs.

Remember when I showed this lovely image? At first I was simply organizing my color palettes for each chapter but I loved how it looked so much (happy design accident!!) that I made it the design for the inside first + last spreads . I love fabric inspired patterns so for the front of each title page, I added a bit of advice to help the reader with "color tips" showing the color schemes for the colors I used in each chapter. Since I chose to use those color boxes...I had to have consistency throughout the book so I continued the "square color box palette" theme in the table of contents and next to each page number.

Hope you all like it as much as I do! :)







*This book was a school project. If it were to ever be published, permission and full photography credit would be given to all.

6 comments:

  1. i love it!!!!!! we made it in the book!! :) you are so talented!

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  2. Thanks! Actually you made it in the book multiple times! I just didn't want to show 100 spreads! :) Thanks so much for sharing your pretty wedding pics with me!

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  3. Taylor! It looks amazing!!! I can't wait to see the whole thing in person. You should be SO proud of yourself.:) I'm sure you are.

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  4. LOVE IT!!! You are soo talented!!

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  5. I can't wait to see it in person- and you too!!!

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  6. It's beautiful! I wish I could have seen it in person when we were together. And I love how nicely it is bound. Definitely something to be proud of!!

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