modern typographic rose gold wedding invitations

Our friends at Soirée Signatures in Alabama helped Kelley and Charles concept this bold customization of our Elemental design. They opted for Rose Gold foil on our Plum colored paper, keeping the modern square shape. Our Diego pattern in Rose Gold on Plum paper dressed up their envelope.

foil stamping: rose gold shine | fonts: forsythe + sweet sans | paper: plum | size: sq-7 | liner: diego pattern | customization: 56379

spruce and ruby letterpress rehearsal dinner invitations

We worked with Slightly South to help bring these spruce and ruby letterpress rehearsal dinner invitations to life. The couple opted for rounded corners which brought a softness to the set. A border filled with whimsical illustrations added a touch of playfulness while the font remained classic and easy to read. They paired a matching reply card with a single illustration motif added to keep everything consistent. Their envelope liner using our dune pattern brought a geometric element into play. 

Spruce and Ruby letterpress rehearsal dinner invitations
Spruce and Ruby letterpress rehearsal dinner invitations
Spruce and Ruby letterpress rehearsal dinner invitations

Letterpress colors: Spruce + Ruby | Fonts: Gotham + Didot + Al Fresco | Design: Custom Library | Paper: 2 ply Smooth Cotton White | Size: SQ-7 | Liner: Dune pattern | Customization: 56212 | Slightly South

colorful cortes inspired letterpress invitations made for a Mexico wedding

Geena and Zackary worked with our team and Union Street Papery to create these colorful cortes inspired letterpress invitations. They used blind deboss accents on the top and the bottom of the design to create a subtle, yet whimsical impact. The insert cards also carried the theme from the invitation, but with unique accents of their own to set them apart. The digitally printed envelope liner tied all the colors of the suite together. We have no doubt this wedding was one to remember! 

Colorful letterpress invitations made for a Mexico wedding
Colorful letterpress invitations made for a Mexico wedding
Colorful letterpress invitations made for a Mexico wedding
Colorful letterpress invitations made for a Mexico wedding

Letterpress colors: Blind Deboss + Fuchsia + Calypso | Foil color: Silver Shine | Digital colors: Calypso + Sea Mist + Fuchsia + Sherbet  Fonts: Supplied + Alisha + Brandon | Design: Olvera | Paper: 2 ply Smooth Cotton White | Size: F8 | Liner: Cortes pattern | Customization: 54480 | Union Street Papery

sundry customization: announcement customization

As small affairs and elopements fill our feeds, be inspired by this funky fresh palette! Announcing life’s milestones has never been more exciting with our Sundry design. This customization uses a colorful palette to brighten up somebody’s mailbox or even their day when they receive it. We imagine this paired with a patterned envelope liner to push that unique design envelope even further!

letterpress ink: calypso | digital inks: watermelon, persimmon, pastel pink, aquamarine, garden, clover, pastel blue, myrtle | font: opulent brush + bell mt | paper: bright white | invite size: A7 | liner: fleck ink pastel pink | original design + customization by Racheal Bumbolo


olensen customization: bridal shower invitation

Our original Olensen design uses lush botanical
elements, metallic paper and foil stamped typography for a
hint of shine. We decided to create a frame out of the botanical elements to give a more organic look for this bridal shower invitation.

foil stamping: tawny shine | digital ink: cmyk | fonts: lile dahliy | requiem | paper: metallic aloe | invite size: a-6 | liner: classic color in tawny shine | original design + customization by Katie Magee

Cocktails | Tablescape

headline customization: classic invitation with a modern twist

We have put a classic twist on the modern Headline design by opting for a black and white color palette. The vibe immediately becomes sleek and sophisticated. If you intend on having an urban wedding with lots of class, this customized design is the way to go!

letterpress ink: black + blind deboss | fonts: austin + neutra text | paper: white | invite size: F-8 | liner: rule in black | original design + customization by Lindsy Talarico

Couple | Flowers | Decor

vaast customization: baby announcement

Baby’s room is like a blank canvas, waiting to inspire. We are loving neutrals lately and they’re absolutely perfect to bring the right amount of color – a “rainbow of neutrals.” Our Vaast design helps bring the modern touch with modern fonts and pops of burnt orange to bring this modern boho announcement to life.

letterpress ink: nutmeg + rust | digital inks: cmyk | font: avenir + chloe | paper: white | invite size: a-6 | liner: pax in goldenrod + nutmeg + rust + acadia | original design + customization by Racheal Bumbolo

Nursery decor

underwood customization: bridal shower invitation

A touch of color turned our Underwood design into a glamorous invitation for an elegant garden bridal shower. The combination of dark green and rose gold creates a charming, feminine design that pairs perfectly with the floral accents.

foil: rose gold shine | font: roselyne + garamond | paper: holly |invite size: A-7 | liner: custom pattern in blush digital on white text | original design by Leslie Johnston + customization by Alyssa Tidd

Wallpaper | Drinks | Table

novella customization: romantic wedding invitation

We’ve warmed up the Novella design with rich autumnal tones of rust and rose. Inspired by old world romance, this customization feels perfectly suited for a wedding set in Italy’s countryside.

letterpress ink: nutmeg | digital ink: tea rose | fonts: didot |
paper: ivory | invite size: F-8 | liner: novella in nutmeg + rust |
original design + customization by Lindsy Talarico

Bride | Flowers | Table Setting

quintina customization: pink birthday invitations

Celebrating milestones should be a big, fabulous deal! Planning an intimate dinner with loved ones calls for good food, cocktails and beautiful paper to set the tone. Our Quintina design is easily customized into something fabulous using our pastel pink paper and bright pink letterpress ink. Life is a short adventure worthy of celebrating!

letterpress ink: bright pink | foil: tawny shine | font: edinburg +adora bouton + montserrat | paper: pastel pink | invite size: sq-6 | liner: classic chevron in tawny shine foil | original design + customization by Racheal Bumbolo

Flowers | Couple

regina customization: nautical baby announcements

We decided to put a nautical twist on our Regina baby announcement design. Elements of both navy and white enriched with a touch of bronze shine lend to this timeless design for your little one to come. We finished this set off by pairing it with a striped envelope liner to emphasize the overall nautical aesthetic.

letterpress ink: navy | foil: bronze shine | font: made canvas +
brandon | paper: white | invite size: A-6 | liner: sea stripes in
bronze shine foil on blue text | original design by Sierra Detrick | customization by alyssa tidd

Water | Room | Baby

bella figura real wedding: meghan & sam

We were so excited for the opportunity to work with Meghan and Sam on their wedding invitation suite printed on our Bella Handmade paper. Meghan is a wedding planner turned bride who has so much to share about planning during a pandemic. Their previous plans were uprooted and as a result, this couple decided to have a private, intimate ceremony with just their immediate family at the Vanderbilt Mansion. We’ll let Meghan take it from here to share more about her day and advice that she has for future couples out there!

Q: As a bride, how did you ultimately make the decision that you did regarding your wedding? How did it make you all feel?

A: I was incredibly stressed out planning a wedding during COVID and all the uncertainty that surrounded it. I tend to be Type-A as well as a perfectionist so having it micro is very special to me. I get to focus on the beautiful intimate details as well as safely celebrating the day with my nearest and dearest. My family and colleagues have been very supportive of my decision to scale back. This has been a huge weight lifted for me.

Q: What good things have come from a smaller, more intimate wedding?

A: Saving money is a huge bonus! I also feel less pressure to create a large wedding and entertain several guests. Now I get to focus on my immediate friends and family while indulging in beautiful details.

Q: Do you have any plans for a larger celebration later on? If so, what specifically do you hope for and if not, how come?

A: As of now, I do not have any plans for any further celebrations. If we ever celebrate down the line it would be something more casual when things are safer with our extended family and friends.

Q: As a planner, what suggestions do you have for working with vendors when they have to make changes?

A: Be open and honest. I was really nervous communicating with my vendors at first. I felt like I was initiating a break-up.  Luckily, most of my vendors were very accommodating with my changes to downsize my event. Most deposits are non-refundable so read through the fine print if you need to sever any ties with vendors whose services you no longer need. Also, let your vendors know as soon as possible about any of your changes so they can hopefully accommodate your updated plans.

Q: As a planner, what is the best piece of advice you have for couples navigating wedding planning in the era of Covid?

A: Remember that at the end of the day that it is about the love between you and your partner. It is very easy to get consumed in the elaborate details of hosting a grandiose soiree. For myself personally I took the time to grieve the loss of my original vision that I had planned for so long. Once I came to terms of what is in store for weddings in regards to covid I was able to reimagine my vision on a smaller scale and really think about what truly mattered to me. Be conscious of CDC mandates and regulations, be flexible with changing your vision and vendors and realize that guests might not be able to travel to celebrate with you the way you had initially intended.

Q: Anything else you’d like to share with us?

A: Don’t feel pressured to succumb to what everyone else is doing. At the end of the day what matters is you and your spouse exchanging your vows and honoring your love for one another. Do what feels best for you while remaining COVID conscious. 

Photographer: Apollo Fields

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