Southern Weddings Magazine: Southern Hospitality Feature

30 Apr

The folks at Southern Weddings Magazine asked Asheville Event Company to be their Asheville experts and Mink Letterpress to design a tote bag for their Southern Hospitality feature. For this feature, they ask their expert to pick items that represent the town to pack into a tote bag to give to wedding guests. Coincidently, Asheville Event Co chose Sweet Betty Bee’s Honey to include in the tote – and my brother Erik Minkin did the awesome logo design for it! Check out the full post here.

Asheville is about so many different things – from the natural beauty of the mountains, to outdoor sports, wildlife, art, music, food, beer… the list goes on and on. I wanted to try to include as many of these aspects of Asheville life and culture the tote as possible. I hope you enjoy what I came up with for the design. If you have a need for it, feel free to download the pdf from the post!

 

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3 Responses to “Southern Weddings Magazine: Southern Hospitality Feature”

  1. Sierra April 30, 2012 at 1:05 pm #

    Love this! And that is so neat about the coincidence with your brother. We were SO happy to feature the tote design. It captures Asheville perfectly!

    • minkletterpress May 1, 2012 at 8:11 am #

      Thanks Sierra! What a fun feature- thanks again for including me!

  2. Kristen Smith April 30, 2012 at 9:29 pm #

    I am so happy for you. It sounds like life is good for you and your family. The design is fantastic!

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