Archive for the ‘Lumos’ tag
As part of our “Do Good in March” promotion (where you have the chance to win a grand prize of 100 free invitations and everyone who enters gets 25 free invitation sets with the purchase of 50 or more!), we’re hoping to inspire others to get out and do good this month. Service work can mean the world to the people you help, but you’d be amazed at how good it will make you feel, too! We rounded up some of our favorite quotes to inspire you and have paired them up with some of our favorite designs — check them out!
With another Syracuse winter sneaking up on us, this customization of Ben Whitla‘s Lumos design is feeling especially fitting for the season. A combination of our charcoal and pool inks letterpress printed onto our snowy white 1-ply paper breathes a cool and modern breath into this popular design. We owe the honor of printing this particular save the date to the ever-awesome gang downstate at Judy Paulen Designs Bloomingdales.
inks: charcoal + pool | paper: 1-ply white | save the date size: a6 |
We just adore these recently printed letterpress wedding invitations in our Lumos design (by Ben Whitla). The couple chose to adhere their invitation to a striking black pocketfold. These brilliant pocketfold enclosures hold the couples website card. We love how pronounced the bride and groom’s names look in black ink and the antique gold ink makes for an excellent pairing! Perfect for a black and white wedding theme, these invitations have a spot-on contemporary feel (and check out their save the dates in a previous post)!
inks: black + antique gold | fonts: sans capitals + popular | paper: 1-ply white | invite size: a-7 | pocketfold: black | client coordinator: jessica hanaman | in-house designer: kyle laatsch
by Jessica Hanaman, Client Coordinator.
Around these parts, we can’t get enough of super cool save the dates. Add in great typography and these letterpress save the dates in our Lumos design are a crowd favorite around the studio. We printed them in a classic color combination of antique gold and black, paired with metallic gold edge painting for a look that is modern Art Deco-inspired and incredibly chic.