The Easter Party

Every year, the Easter Egg & Tea Party at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is the go-to event for the stylish, interior design world and their children. It took place in March and Isabel & Ink was lucky enough to work alongside the marketing team and associate director, Caroline Foster to help create the graphics and visuals for the day.

For the invitations, we hand drew this aqua bunny gazing upwards. The picture was then blind debossed onto one side of the invite and the bunny was given a bright pink foiled nose - all on lovely stiff card of course! 

Even the edges were neon pink... who wouldn't want to receive one of those in the post?! The pantone pink reference we used throughout was 806U and the aqua was 3105U. 

First stop at the party was the 'Little People's Bar' with our aqua bunny popping up to say hello behind an array of scrummy treats - milkshakes in mini watering cans, iced biscuits and individually wrapped carrot cakes. 

Each child was given a mini bag of popcorn with their name hand written on the front in gel pens - pink for the girls and blue for the boys, naturally! 

The 'Grown-Up Bar' was on hand, close by for Mummy's and Daddy's to have some much needed fuel. We created a pantone inspired, aqua ombre background. 

Then it was time for tea with the children enjoying delicious goodies from their own individual garden troughs.

The easter egg hunt followed...

...and our bunny made another appearance on the mini canvas bags to be loaded up with chocolate. There was also a soft, blue Jelly Cat bunny to take home.

As the day drew to a close, guests were able to take a mini wooden tag from the 'Wishing Tree'. 

Each tag had a special message on. I used one of my favourite calligraphy fonts, 'Isabella'  for most of these graphics. With larger vinyls and signage, using a font often comes out much clearer and brighter than when using my own intricate hand-lettering.

We left feeling exhausted and happy! We caught a final glimpse of the invitations on the way out, resting casually on a wooden swing.

Photography - Red Photographic

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