These designs were used to create a range of wedding giving cards for Oxfam Unwrapped, yes, the goat thingy. The cards featured a festive die-cut design, with the off-cuts used as confetti. 
The target market for these cards were mature couples who were either marrying late or had been divorced, and who already had the household items typically received by newlyweds. 
Oxfam Unwrapped is a unique way of giving, which allows people to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need, while also giving them the opportunity to make a special occasion even more memorable.
The wedding invitation outer box.
The wedding invitation outer box showing the cards inside.
The wedding invitation cards with cut-out pattern showing.
This is the matching wedding favours card box, which the couple give to their guests as a think you. The pattern on the cover reflects the various cards on the inside, as shown below.
The cards opened up. You can just see some of the message text on the inside, which tells the recipient about the beneficiaries of the donation.
Sample confettin that was produced from the off-cuts of the pattern.
The full wedding gift range.
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