Behind the Design: Graphic Bloom

Mar 15 2013

Simple & Modern. 

We adore simple weddings! While uncomplicated, a simple wedding can still be elegant and sophisticated too. From attire and decor to wedding stationery, one way to command attention with a simple wedding style is through a striking but understated look.

Meet Megan–one of our graphic designers at MagnetStreet. Megan is also the curator of this inspiration board as well as the designer behind Graphic Bloom–a personalized design suite that embodies the simple and sophisticated wedding look we’re talking about. Here’s Megan to tell us about her inspiration behind the design: Graphic Bloom. 

MagnetStreet graphic designer

“The large illustrative flower and pattern trend was the basis for my inspiration with this design. I wanted it to be graphic, playful, sophisticated and modern. By placing the polka dot pattern inside the flower, something unexpected resulted and it was perfect. I also don’t think I could have found a better fitting font {Pendulum Regular} to work with the art. It just fits so well.

Rounding out the inspiration for this design, I imagined this simple wedding to include ruffles, a punch of color and large-exaggerated yet simple details.”


Tell us: what do you think about simple weddings with playful and elegant details?

simple wedding invitation


Image Sources:

Dress, Table Setting, Kissing Couple image by He & She Photography via Style Me Pretty, Bride image by Joey and Jessica via Southern Weddings Magazine v4

Browse all the designs within the Graphic Bloom Stationery Suite. Featured Above: Rectangle Invitation, Guest Info & RSVP Cards.



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4 thoughts on “Behind the Design: Graphic Bloom

  1. Lovely design! Modern, yet playful/light. The yellow and black really pop against the white. Very fun. 🙂

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