Poeme worked with Alexa and Richard to create these traditional black letterpress invitations with foil accents. They chose Gold Matte to accent the names of the bride and groom on the invitation. This accent foil color carried over to the reply as well as the details cards kept everything consistent. They chose a serif font for the typography with touches of script on the invitation to make the names pop. Black envelopes added contrast to the suite.
The windy city was the back-drop to Jennifer and Michael’s wedding this past September. The couple worked with Magnificent Milestones who helped bring their Chicago skyline wedding invitations to life. Silver Matte foil and Shale letterpress ink kept the color palette cool and harmonious. The suite contained a corresponding reply card, details card, as well as a monogrammed thank you set to match. Finally, the pocketfold printed with a geometric pattern kept all the pieces together. The couple also took advantage of our day-of promotion and ordered matching programs, menus and place-cards.
Our friends at Mulberry Market helped us to these Tawny Matte wedding invitations for Patricia and Christoper. Their June wedding held at St. Agnes Cathedral required an invitation with traditional elements to match. They decided to keep their script font in foil with the rest of the elements in our Prussian Blue letterpress ink. The reply card as well as the reception card followed suit in terms of color palette. To mimic the envelope liner, the details card used a vintage print backdrop with Prussian Blue letterpress ink overtop. Finally, a belly-band kept all the insert cards together with a monogram tag added with a final foil touch.
These modern black letterpress wedding invitations featuring a playful script accent set a contemporary tone. The couple worked with our friends at Penny Post who helped shape this Splash customization. Originally, the design featured a vertical layout, but they decided to change it up by using a horizontal canvas. Similarly, the set-up of the reply and details cards mimicked the overall design of the invitation as well. As the final touch, a solid Hunter green envelope liner added a splash of color to this tonal set.
We were thrilled to spot Charlotte and Henry’s romantic August wedding on Style Me Pretty today. They worked with the team at our flagship store in New York City to make their wedding stationery vision come to life. The delicate watercolor crest created by Gina Langford was originally used on the save the date and was carried onto the invitations for a cohesive overall feel to the stationery. You will also find touches of Gina’s watercolor work on the details card and envelope liner as well as the menus used at the reception. Charlotte wanted her wedding day to reflect the beauty and innocence of their youth, and it’s safe to say their wedding stationery certainly reflected that sweet sentiment too. Style Me Pretty has even more photos from their big day, but here are a few of our favorites below!