Lucy’s Bat Mitzvah celebration started with these bold, rainbow foil invitations designed with the help of our friends at First Impression in Leawood, Kansas. She chose a combination of our Caribbean, Bright Pink and Black papers and printed in Gold Shine and Rainbow Shine foil for an unforgettable invitation suite.
Did you know that any of our designs can be used to inspire invitations for any occasion? Here are three Mitzvah designs reimagined as invitations for wedding celebrations.
Our Tressa design is bright and cheerful, perfect for a joyful Bat Mitzvah celebration. Reimagined as a wedding invitation its cool and contemporary in Bronze foil on Black paper. The envelope liner introduces the watercolor artwork printed in Fawn ink, adding subtle sophistication.
Fedora draws inspiration from modern, tropical design. For a softer, more romantic feel more appropriate for a wedding, we printed Rose Gold foil on our Light Gray paper and used a palette of soft pink inks to print a breezy palm pattern on the envelope liner.
Rich and dramatic florals are the focal point of our Adeline design. For a more modern, typographic feel we focused on the splatter pattern and added classic typography in Opaline Shine over a digitally printed, night sky-inspired ombre.
We worked with Urban Coast who helped us create Sarah’s fuchsia and black letterpress Bat Mitzvah invitations. They used the big apple as their inspiration for this set. A sketchy skyline printed at the bottom of the invitation added playful interest. Sarah’s name in Fuchsia kept the invitation youthful as well as a feminine touch. A donation card with the statue of liberty pictured in the right to keep with the New York theme. We have no doubt everyone started spreading the news about her big day once they received their sets in the mail!
Lovely Lavender and crisp Navy inks paired together created the make-up of Gabrielle’s modern letterpress Bat Mitzvah invitations. Gabrielle’s family worked with Sincerely Staci who helped make their unique design vision come to life. By substituting a typical rectangular size for a square, the shape was a contemporary twist to this suite. Additionally, they kept the reply card simple and clean in Navy with space for guests to leave their own message. Everything tied together harmoniously especially by topping it off with an envelope liner printed in solid Lavender.