If you’ve never seen hand calligraphy on a Bar Mitzvah invitation before, you aren’t alone. But why should weddings have all the hand lettered fun? Here our Belle calligraphy adds a touch of graceful whimsy to the clean, modern layout of our Irving invitation design. Our Brooklyn motif makes an appearance on the envelope liner and the thank you card, paying homage to the city William calls home.
letterpress inks: pewter + pale gray | font: didot | paper: bella cotton white 2-ply | edge painting: cardinal | hand calligraphy: belle style | envelope: bella cotton white | liner: brooklyn pattern in pale gray | customization #: 17645 | Papel New York
Hand calligraphy doesn’t have to be stuffy or humdrum to still feel formal and elegant. Need proof? Check out our Miranda wedding invitation design as imagined by Jessica and Jason. Playful touches like a hand calligraphed duogram within a custom cartouche and event specific motifs from our extensive collection compliment the (blue) devil-may-care Belle calligraphy style for this Duke University Chapel wedding.
letterpress ink: prussian blue | paper: bella cotton ivory 1-ply + 2-ply | edge painting: metallic silver | hand calligraphy: belle style | envelope: bella cotton ivory | liner: modern floral pattern in deep blue | customization #: 17183 | Village Invites 2
In a unique twist on Beth Ann Seal‘s classic Palmas design, this invitation set features the exquisitely personal Belle hand calligraphy of Maybelle Imasa-Stukuls in place of the design’s original fonts. The calligraphy adds a distinct mark of human touch, which is reinforced by the deep, tactile impression of the artisan letterpress printing. Ink-less blind deboss printing for the art-deco inspired border keeps things subtle, while a bright clover envelope liner adds a splash of excitement to this chic and natural looking invitation set.
ink: black + blind deboss | paper: 2-ply ivory | invite size: f8 | liner: classic color in clover | edge painting: chartreuse | client coordinator: chris gannon | in-house designer: sarah walroth
In recent months we’ve been fielding a lot of questions about cool reply card ideas and wording options, so we thought it’d be fun to round up some of our recent favorites to share with you. From traditional reply cards with envelopes to cool reply postcards to petite-sized reply cards requesting a response via email or a website, the options are limitless. Go modern or traditional, but don’t be afraid to make your reply card your own!
[Surya letterpress reply card.]
[Letterpress reply card with edge painting in String Calligraphy.]
[Destination wedding reply card in Plume.]
[Birch letterpress reply card.]