Brexit-Themed Wedding Invitation!

Brexit Themed Wedding Invitation caricature ireland

This caricature was for the invitations for a cross-border wedding last year, and the couple chose to have a fun take on the impending Brexit business! They’re standing on the border with the family farm and a blue New Holland tractor in the background. In the ground either side of the “border” are the county flags for Fermanagh and Leitrim. I’ve drawn the couple in the actual wedding attire they were planning for their big day, right down to the groom’s navy dickie-bow!
The Irish wedding industry will be hotting up again by the summer and already people are planning their weddings for 2022, 2023, and I’ve even had an enquiry for 2024! If you want to capture a feeling of fun right from the get-go a caricature wedding invitation is the way to go. If you order one of my wedding signing boards the digital version of the artwork is included for free! You can simply send this file to your printer and they’ll do the rest. So if you’re at the planning stage of your wedding and you’re starting to think about what to put on those wedding invitations, or you’re looking for a fun way to commemorate your big day, feel free to get in touch any time!

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Philadelphia and Gortahork!

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This framed caricature was a wedding present that went to Donegal recently, featuring Mount Errigal in Donegal and Independence Hall in Philadelphia with a signpost for Gortahork and Philadelphia.

I’m caricature artist Allan Cavanagh and I have been creating unique Irish wedding gifts for over 20 years. If you’re looking for an unusual and fun wedding present in Ireland, please click here to get in touch!

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Personalised Wedding Guest Book Ireland Ideas

personalised wedding guest book ireland
Personalised Wedding Guest Book Ireland: caricature artwork for a signing board from a wedding I was working at at the weekend. This couple used the artwork for their wedding invitations and talking to the guests, it sounds like it went down very well!