Abby and Casey work with us directly to create these purple letterpress invitations with foil accents. They opted for Blackberry letterpress ink and used this throughout the set. To add a pop of shine, they used Maple Shine foil on their names and botanical motif. The insert cards also used Blackberry ink and the same motif from the invitation for cohesiveness. The reply card mimicked this look as well. Finally, the diego pattern used on the envelope liner added a geometric flair to this traditional overall look.
Each letter within a calligraphed word is completely unique. Molly and Lawrence’s calligraphy letterpress wedding invitations are certainly no exception to that one-of-a-kind nature. The couple worked with our friends at Lee’s Specialty who helped their vision come to life. The future newlyweds decided on a deep purple as well as rich blue color palette. Our Blackberry ink used on the invitation matched that of the reply and brunch cards. Deep Blue used on the welcome dinner and other reply card completed the suite. Additionally, our Opaline marble pattern envelope liner tied this color palette together. As a final wow factor, a matching belly-band in the same marble pattern kept everything in one place.
Letterpress colors: Blackberry + Deep Blue| Hand Calligraphy: Victoria by Sarah Hanna | Design: New Calligraphy | Liner: Opaline in CMYK | Paper: 2 ply Bella Smooth Cotton White | Size: F8 | Customization: 43805 | Lee’s Specialty
Jennifer and Robert chose a palette of rose gold, blackberry, and wisteria for their vintage inspired wedding invitations, using the colors throughout their Abigail suite. Their light gray envelope was lined with our hand-illustrated toile pattern in wisteria for a pretty and feminine backdrop.