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Thank-you Postal card / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Thank you card, front
Thank you card, front

Thank you card for guests wedding party and gift-givers everywhere – design by Dave and Ryoko

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Let’s Have Fun / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Hooray we are married, let’s go have fun!

PS Thank you for choosing to marry me. I will always be kind, sweet, supportive, creative, patient and close by your side.

Thank-you Postcard / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Thank you postcard for wedding party included in Giftbags

Lettering by Ryoko (Fujita) now Olson, design by Dave and Ryoko

 

Commemorative Postcards / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

paintings and postcard design by daveo for guest giftbag. printed by moo.com (highly recommended).

Checklist for Party / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Checklist, various tasks

チェックリスト Checklist

 

  • Make a name badge 名前入りバッジを作る
  • Take an insta-photo インスタ写真を撮る
  • Sign guest book ゲストブックに署名する
  • Play with a goat ヤギと遊ぶ
  • Visit pony and pigs ポニーと豚を訪問
  • Try various drinks 様々な飲み物を試してください

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  • Have a dance ダンスをする
  • Eat food 食べ物を食べる
  • Eat more food もっと食べ物を食べる
  • Eat cake ケーキを食べる
  • Meet a new friend 新しい友達に会う
  • Give someone a hug 誰かに抱擁をする
  • Say congratulations to D+R 新郎新婦におめでとうを言う
  • Receive gift bag (write your name) ギフトバッグを受け取る (あなたの名前を書く)
  • Thanks to Mr Kobayashi 小林さん、ありがとう
  • Thank the band バンドありがとう
  • Post a photo to SNS with #DRO420 SNSに写真を投稿する #DRO420

 

Prayer Poem / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

Rebirth arrives disguised –

In a floppy straw hat,

Alongside a mountain road stream

~ Love ~

Ryoko & Dave

August 7 2018

mountain stream, Yazu-gun
writing poem at Izumo Taisha shrine in Shimane-ken, Japan, Aug. 2018

 

Transport card (English version) / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

transportation info card – English version – by Ryoko Fujita (Olson)

 

 

 

 

Invitations arrived, vol. 1 / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

What follows is a gallery of received invites “in situ” wherever they end up in the world / generally unannotated to protect erstwhile privacy unless publicly shared by recipient. 

Overall, 300+ packets mailed. Some will get lost in the mail (speaking from experience) but anyone who doesn’t receive a dossier in the post can create their own as desired, plus checkout the pieces not in your packet. 

The 6 (at least) tranches of mailouts had varied contents and packaging as the batches were sent from different countries, using different printers (pro and home) and different iterations of items, specifically a variety/sub-set of:

* Announcement storybook (4 panel, 2 iterations) 
* Invite to ceremony (2 panel)
* Invite to party (2 panel)
* RSVP card (pre-stamped for folks in Japan)
* Transportation info card (for folks in Japan)
* Letter to friends (on Grand Oriental Hotel letterhead)
* Gig Poster by Joanna Pag (mini-size via various printers and substrates)

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Invitations in process and post / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

I kinda enjoy letting projects get outta hand (some call this “scope creep”) and what started as sending out a few dozen handmade announcement card packets has turned into at least 6 tranches of mailouts. The contents and packaging varied significantly as the batches were sent from different countries, using different printers (pro and home) and different iterations of items.

The (possibly) last batch was mailed from Japan – of course not in time for folks to book at trip but we are at the maximum size anyhow (93+ confirmed!) but importantly, i wanted to share the news and artifacts with as many people as possible in thanks for support and kindness.

Overall, 300+ packets mailed. Some will get lost in the mail (speaking from experience) but anyone who doesn’t receive a dossier in the post can create their own as desired, plus check out the pieces not in your packet. Of course, also assembling galleries of received invites “in situ” to wherever they end up in the world.

What follows is a compendium of evidence of various mailouts, post offices, envelopes, crafting sessions and related whatnots.

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RSVP card / Dave + Ryoko 4-20 Kekkon-shiki

RSVP card designed and art’d by Ryoko (Fujita) Olson