Banner Health Foundation

A great cause, a fabulous event and an invitation that makes donating impossible to resist. We created a custom, folder-style invitation communicating the premium pedigree of Banner's Kentucky Derby themed event.


Phoenix Coyotes

The Phoenix Coyotes got new owners, a new look, and we were there for every turn of the Zamboni. Introducing both the new logo, uniforms and arena created a game time howl for joy or two. We worked with the entire front office team to create in-arena promotions, season ticket packages, advertising and sales collateral with an updated look, and old-school hockey feel.


Arizona's Children Association

Arizona’s Children Association is one of the oldest, and largest not-for-profit child welfare and behavioral health agencies in Arizona. Their "Color their World" event brings together donors for an evening to Celebrate Arizona's Children. We have been honored to help them, and our our community. By customizing the assistance provided to the needs of the each family, Arizona's Children's Association truly adds color to each child's present and future.


DC Ranch

An exclusive passport invites DC Ranch residents to celebrate their community. Each year's celebration brings a new "country" and with it a new theme to keep the event fresh, exotic and most importantly fun! Custom stamps for each year's themed event, allowed for cost savings, and added flexibility for this DMB community.


Sommerset Design created a community newsletter, with an ongoing grid system and structure that keeps residents current on DC Ranch's events. Direct marketing and digital efforts reinforce the brand image and serve as outreach for local events.

Wedding Invitation

A unique wedding invitation theme for a unique couple. The materials for this wedding were infused with humor and personality all wrapped up in a pretty package. Guests were treated to "Holy Crap It's Hot: Wedding - Or Whatever - Water" to cool off in the sweltering heat on the day of the wedding (a whopping 97 degrees in the shade!). Guests were provided fans (which were also the programs). And if the heat was too much, shower guests were provided what every shower should not be without - soap.


Camelback Toyota

Meet Ferris, the fictional Camelback Toyota service technician who was our take on the boring old car service reminder postcard. He's quite a character. His popularity exceeded expectations with customers asking to actually "Meet Ferris" at their service appointments. He's humorous, oblivious, and always focused on what really matters, your next service appointment.


A re-imagined Avalon required a high-caliber unveiling, and not only did "the future" arrive ahead of schedule, so did our concepts.