Nantucket Letterpress Menus + Table Numbers

Our Nantucket letterpress wedding invitation design is a favorite with our brides and grooms and it is easy to see why – it’s just so elegant and sophisticated, perfect for weddings of many styles. Recently we had the chance to print these letterpress reception menus and letterpress table numbers and just love how elegant and timeless they are.

Letterpress Dinner Menu by Bella Figura
Printed in Cloud 9 and black inks, the letterpress reception menus feature Spencerian hand calligraphy accents paired with a classic serif font for a look that is formal elegance at its best. The table numbers are a simple 1-color letterpress design printed in Cloud 9, left blank in the middle for a calligrapher to add the table name or number as appropriate. We love the touch of class and luxury letterpress reception menus and table numbers add to an event and these are right up there among our recent favorites.

Letterpress Table Number by Bella Figura

by Cynthia Converse on December 2nd, 2009. Category: Design Customizations | No comments

Lovely Nantucket Wedding Invitation Customization

Nantucket has long been a favorite among our letterpress wedding invitations, and lately we’ve printed some really lovely customizations of Nantucket that we just love. This one, printed in powder blue and pewter inks, is especially pretty and perfectly suited to the waterfront occasion for which it was designed. With this particular customization, the repeated line pattern at the bottom of the invitation uses fewer lines and the scroll frame was enlarged and shifted up to frame the names of the couple while a script font was used in place of calligraphy accents. We are always happy to make custom changes to our already beautiful letterpress designs in order to help couples achieve the exact look they want, and this is a great example of how a few small changes make for an incredibly personal design.
Nantucket wedding invitations - custom - Bella Figura

Nantucket wedding invitations - custom - Bella Figura

by Cynthia Converse on March 31st, 2009. Category: Design Customizations,Inspiration | (4) comments