These contemporary letterpress Bar Mitzvah invitations set the tone for Andrew’s big day. A graphic blind embossed letter “a” provided modern impact to the design. Invitation text justified to the right in Black letterpress ink kept everything clean. The suite contained a corresponding reply card as well as a party card. Finally, a striped envelope liner added a geometric flair to this otherwise subtle set. Thanks to the help of our friends at Lee’s Specialty!
Letterpress color: Black + Blind Embossing | Fonts: Austin & AT Sackers Gothic | Design: Clarence | Paper: 2 ply Bella Cotton White | Size: F8 | Liner: Vintage Stripes in Black | Customization: 46588 | Lee’s Specialty
Tim celebrated his 50th birthday at the FlyNYON terminal this past March. To kick things off, these blind embossed birthday invitations set the tone for the celebration to come. They opted for Bella Gray paper in 2 ply that gave the embossing even further dimension. To add more vibrancy, Silver Matte foil added a level of shine to a more tone on tone palette. Similarly, Silver Matte can be spotted on the geometric envelope liner pattern. And finally, a big thanks to Ink Papery for helping us create aeronautical invitations!
Our modern blind embossed wedding invitation Grant was inspired by a clean and contemporary wedding possibly set in an art museum or an edgy loft space in a city. This design features sharp, tailored lines and refined simplicity in all the details. With a sophisticated monochromatic palette of grays and neutrals, this design is a subtle statement-maker that leaves guests intrigued and wanting more. To finish it off, a marble envelope liner pattern added an extra touch of drama to a more simple overall aesthetic.
We designed these blind embossed typographic wedding invitations for Blair and Corey with the help of our friends at LetterHeads. A monochromatic color palette of charcoal letterpress and silver shine foil edging complimented their embossed initials and maintained the modern feel of the rest of their suite.