We tend to focus a lot on all the lovely wedding invites we create around here, but truth be told we also print a TON of Bar and Bat Mitzvah invitations (and they’re always a blast!). We can adapt any of our invite designs into a Bar/Bat invite very easily by changing up the wording, adding Hebrew characters, or – as is the case with this Amici (from designer Ian Koenig) customization, by adding a small star of David from our motif library. Loving the simple beauty of this one.
We printed this letterpress wedding invitation set for a very sweet Brazilian client of ours and – what’s the Portuguese word for gorgeous? Well, these are it! Letterpressed in a sophisticated paring of Pewter and ink-less Blind Deboss, this Amici (by designer Ian Koenig) set speaks softly and with an impeccably romantic tone. Lavender edge painting and lavender envelope liners printed with our reverse vintage river pattern add a subtle whisper of color to the set.
inks: pewter + blind deboss | fonts: coronation + utrecht | paper: 1-ply white | invitation size: f8 | liner: the reverse vintage river in lavender | client coordinator: chris gannon | in-house designer: racheal decker
For this color palette we were dreaming in shades of winter neutrals with wedding colors of charcoal, sand, taupe, powder blue and pale gray to accompany our Amici letterpress wedding invitations. (Photo credits: wedding invitations + balsa wood bouquet + macarons + winter decor.)
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.]
We love traditional rectangular letterpress invitations, of course, but we’re predicting a twist on the traditional: square and horizontal wedding invitations. Both sizes feel very fresh and stylish to us right now.
square designs pictured below, starting in the upper right, going clockwise // Festoon // Amici // Ella // Irving
horizontal designs pictured below, starting in the upper right, going clockwise // Silhouette // Mimosa // Ericka // Onalisse