Our friends at Write for You in Washington DC worked with Janice and Cecilio to create this gorgeous custom wedding invitation suite. We pulled the fonts and liner pattern from our Vero suite, and added custom touches to bring their vision to life. A currant envelope, and metallic details card and foil stamped liner pull everything together.
letterpress ink: currant | foil stamping color: copper shine | paper: bella smooth cotton ivory 2ply + 1ply + metallic nude 1ply | fonts: la luxes serif + sweet sans | envelope liner: vero pattern in copper shine on nude | envelope: currant pointed flap | customization #63660
Brittany and Tyler worked with our friends at Smitten Boutique in Chicago, Illinois to concept their modern typography and floral wedding invitations. They paired the bold, contemporary type style from our Loft design with the playful, hand-drawn florals from our Loley design and printed in a palette of pinks and purples fit for a May wedding. Our Olensen patterned envelope liner tied the colors together perfectly.
Marissa and Franklin worked with our Bella Figura Brooklyn store to create their blind debossed wedding invitations. Inspired by Link, large symbols added an overall texture without any ink to the design. They chose Brandon as a complementary font to keep the type modern and clean. The reply card coordinates with the invitation also using black and blind deboss elements. The Currant outer envelope adds a pop of color to this otherwise neutral color palette. A copper metallic envelope liner added a touch of shimmer to complete the suite.
Samantha and Timothy worked with Oliver’s Twist to create these copper foil invitations with botanical accents. Their names pop off the page in Copper Shine foil along with the floral accent at the top. The rest of the invitation printed in Marsala letterpress added a softer touch to the design. To broaden the color palette further, they included touches of Currant paper on the details card and outer envelope. The reply card features vintage print florals carried over from the envelope liner. To finish the set, a rehearsal dinner card paired with a Jute envelope kept everything cohesive with the overall rustic, botanical charm.