Ethan Niles helped us bring these white matte foil bar mitzvah invitations together in honor of Jared’s big day. The design used a heavily based typography layout in the ITC Avant Garde Gothic font. The insert cards used the same fonts in Charcoal letterpress to coordinate with the supplied gray invitation paper. The envelopes tied everything together also in a similar gray tone. Finally, the custom envelope liner used Jared’s initials to create an overall pattern.
Letterpress: Charcoal | Foil color: White Matte | Fonts: ITC Avant Garde Gothic | Design: Custom Created | Paper: Supplied 2 ply – Basis Gray + Smooth White | Size: F8 | Customization: 50618 | Ethan Niles
Rachel and Sean worked with Magnificent Milestones who helped us create these navy letterpress wedding invitations. A modern script font played up a more simple typed based layout. The reply set, as well as the accommodations cards printed in Navy, kept consistent with the invitation. Inspired by our Astral design, this set took elements from the original design and used those on the envelope liner. Finally, this custom liner printed with an ombre fade allowed the gold matte foil pattern to pop overtop.
Letterpress: Navy | Fonts: Aster Bold and Sans Capitals | Design: Astral | Paper: 1 ply Smooth White | Size: F8 | Liner: Custom Astral pattern in Prussian Blue + Gold Matte | Customization: 44819 | Magnificent Milestones
We spotted Kelly and Drew’s classic monogrammed wedding invitations on Martha Stewart Weddings and we’re excited to share a peek into their day. The couple worked with our friend Heidi at Engraved Images who made their vision of a traditional yet personalized suite come to fruition. From the engagement ring to the envelope liner Kelly imagined and designer Chelsea Culmann brought to life – the couple effortlessly tied their families together in more ways than one. The envelope liner highlighted each state they have roots in, a symbol of the Pentagon where the couple first met, and a Celtic knot to feature their Irish backgrounds. Both the invitation suite and their wedding reflected what it means to bring families together in paper and in person. Be sure to check out even more on Martha Stewart Weddings!