Post # 1
Our save-the-date cards are quite special to us, as they are inspired by some of our favorite WPA-era posters of the National Parks. It’s a terrific story – for more information, check out http://www.rangerdoug.com.
Doug sells nice copies of the originals, and has commissioned modern interpretations for other National Parks, such as Olympic National Park in Washington (which we visited over Christmas!).
We were so inspired by these images (some of which, by the way, hang on our living room wall) that we asked artist Cori Bright to develop an original piece of artwork in that style, showing our reception location in San Diego. And we framed a poster-sized version of the save-the-date to join the “originals” on our wall!
Post # 3
I love that more than I can possibly express with words.
Post # 4
This is so, so awesome. I also love WPA and vintage travel posters – I’ve had them for wall calendars the last couple years.
Does Cori have a website or do you have other info for him/her?
Post # 5
Here’s Courtney Scowby’s info (aka Cori Bright): “Brightly Designed”, 609.915.3728, coribright at mac.com, http://www.brightlydesigned.com.
Post # 6
Lovely. We used the Ranger Doug cards as table numbers. This is great!
Post # 7
these are great!!! We used Ranger Doug cards for our table numbers and escort cards too! We wrote personal notes to each of our guests on the postcards, people loved them.