We are thrilled to finally be sharing a sneak peek at our new Flora Collection! These floral patterns were created earlier this spring in collaboration with Kate Ignatowski and Photosynthesis Floral Design, and will be available in stores and online very soon. We paired these pretty new patterns with some of our existing invitation designs to give you an idea of some of the new possibilities — take a look!
Our die-cut Elliotte calligraphy wedding invitations by Elizabeth Hardin feature olive letterpress ink on our white cotton paper and pair beautifully with our soft yellow and white Flora pattern #8.
The modern Belperron design by Kelle McCarter is printed in classic black ink and includes oversized hand calligraphy accents— we love how it looks with the dramatic, deep purple Flora liner #46.
The soft gray color palette on one of our best-selling designs, Colette, pairs perfectly with Flora pattern #2.
These new Flora patterns pair nicely with our ivory paper, too! Leyton, a modern classic by Amy Graham Stigler from our 2016 collection, is printed in tawny matte foil on our ivory paper — we matched it up with Flora pattern #10 for an English garden feel.
We paired Splash, a modern letterpress wedding invitation from our 2016 collection, with Flora pattern #7.
Hadley, another new suite from Amy Graham Stigler, looks stunning next to the deep purple roses in Flora pattern #9.
The playful calligraphy accents from Elizabeth Hardin on our Madison Chic suite complement the light, feminine flowers in Flora pattern #3.
And last but not least – how pretty is our light peach ink next to Flora pattern #13?! We love the Southern charm of our Calligraphy Monogram design next to this soft peach rose!
Your letterpressed wedding invitations are truly the sneak peak for what your guests can expect on your big day – and these romantic and perfectly flourished Delambre Classic invitations will tell guests they’re invited to an elegant affair.
inks: navy + pewter | font: utrecht | calligraphy: victoria hand calligraphy, by Sarah Hanna | custom calligraphy monogram | paper: 1-ply white | invite size: f8 | customization #: 15685 |
Our Ashwell letterpress wedding invitation design is another design from our 2010 collection so we especially loved printing this beautiful invitation suite. Showcasing a lovely custom monogram, this customization is a classic pairing of black ink on our ivory cotton paper with corner rounding for the perfect finishing touch. The coordinating letterpress coasters are a perfect addition to any reception and carry the design details seamlessly through the event from start to finish.
From the perfect letterpress invitations to the place cards at the reception, we love working with couples to create really fun letterpress pieces that perfectly coordinate with the look and feel of their day. Custom letterpress place cards, which can also be used as escort cards, are the perfect way to tie in the colors and motifs of your invitations and are one of those finishing touches that just make an event really shine.
These cute little place cards feature our Joyful Yarrow design printed in pewter and yarrow inks. They are decidedly modern and playful, but still incredibly chic.
A much more formal take on the traditional place card, these pretty cards feature a custom calligraphy monogram printed in espresso ink. These letterpress place cards are the definition of elegant.
Continuing our letterpress calligraphy love fest…here are a few more calligraphy treats.
Black ink seems so right for calligraphy invitations – it’s the original letterpress ink from hundreds of years ago, and black has stayed in fashion ever since. This is the Classic Calligraphy design using the Spencerian calligraphy style, letterpress printed on our 2-ply cotton paper. Totally timeless. And notice how special each of the first letters of the bride’s and groom’s names are – I love how the “L” of the bride is intertwined already with the “P” of the groom.
We often do calligraphy invitations in one color — but wow, when you add a second color–and add that to a custom monogram in fact — what an effect! The butterfly monogram is sweet and sophisticated and uses the bride & groom’s first letters of their first names. More black ink — how can you go wrong there? — but the garden green ink ads a bit of fun. This is another variation on the Classic Calligraphy design, Spencerian style.
Stay tuned for a very cool calligraphy save the date — in green!