Asbury Grand Opening Postcard Print Design
“The announcement of the Grand Opening of the buildings dedicated to the Asbury Youth represented the spirit and energy of the church.”
Tulsa church seeks custom postcard design to celebrate grand opening of capital campaign achievement
After years of fundraising and campaigning, the church was finally able to offer a substantial space of faith to the youngest members of their church. The teaching and growth of this age group was responsible for the next generation of members of our society.
Our team created a bright, energetic postcard design that exuded feelings of celebration, achievement, and forward motion. The lively collage of bright colors, artistic flourishes, and multiple patterns and designs resulted in a coruscating invitational postcard.
“We designed this custom postcard in celebration of the incredible efforts of the Tulsa community to come together and support their local churches and children alike.”
Years of fundraising and thousands of thoughtful contributions later, the 14 million dollar goal of the Mission: Possible capital campaign was officially labeled Mission: Accomplished! The church successfully completed both new facilities for the children and students of their fellowship with few complications. In celebration of both the achievement of their capital campaign and the completed construction of the new Student’s and Children’s ministries,
Asbury United Methodist Church sought to distribute a custom-designed postcard to their fellowship and to any other local contributors. They also utilized postcard marketing to the local community in order to spread awareness about their new renovations and expansions. The event was catered by a number of different local vendors and also hosted a charity concert. The stage was graced by national recording artist Ernestine Dillard in honor of relief efforts of an F-4 tornado that devastated Picher, Oklahoma.
Centered on the postcard was a custom message from the church in a black, serif font. “Come & Celebrate with Us!” In a larger, centered font below this were the words “GRAND OPENING” in capital letters, serving as the centerpiece of the front of the postcard. The date of the event was centered below the grand opening statement, in a larger font size that created balance between the text above and below the central announcement. The vibrancy of the postcard combined with the message contained within it conveyed the celebratory atmosphere of the event and attracted a large audience of attendees.