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.
Our Cora design served as the template for Hanae and Drew’s Floridian inspired wedding invitations in gold foil. They worked with our friends at Wynwood Letterpress who helped their invitation vision come to life. Shades of blue botanicals created an organic watercolor frame. Further, this element added a softer side to a more structured typography layout in Gold Matte foil. Finally, a custom envelope liner pattern featuring watercolor palms enhanced the Floridian feel of this suite.
Jennifer and James worked with Appleberry Press who helped bring their floral watercolor wedding invitations to life. When guests open the envelope, they’ll find typography in Charcoal letterpress and Rose Gold foil. As a guest flips the invitation over, they’ll find an illustration of the Adare Manor. The illustration surrounded by watercolor florals as well as Rose Gold foil accents gave the design depth and dynamic interest. Finally, the custom envelope liner carried a similar pattern that also combined rose gold and digital methods.
Jenna and Richard worked with Paper on the Avenue to create these floral letterpress invitations in garden and pewter. Inspired by our Wildflower design, they kept the color palette monochromatic. Script typography brought the attention to the bride and groom to be. Finally, a reply card also printed in garden kept everything cohesive as well as the return address on the envelope. The night before a wedding certainly requires celebration and an invitation in order to do so!
Letterpresscolor: Garden + Pewter | Fonts: Barocca and Moravia | Design:Wildflower | Paper: 2 ply Bella Cotton | Size: F8 | Customization:42855 | Paper on the Avenue
A Brooklyn backdrop, bold shapes, and metallic accents inspired this shoot photographed by Forever Photography. We were excited to spot our Carrara design among these elements of inspiration as well. A wedding invitation with geometric flair made with Brooklyn in mind. The skyline motif used on the belly-band as well as the vintage map envelope liner added touches of personalization. Finally, this styled shoot featured at BK Venues created an intimate yet bold setting for a contemporary Brooklyn affair.
Lovely Lavender and crisp Navy inks paired together created the make-up of Gabrielle’s modern letterpress Bat Mitzvah invitations. Gabrielle’s family worked with Sincerely Staci who helped make their unique design vision come to life. By substituting a typical rectangular size for a square, the shape was a contemporary twist to this suite. Additionally, they kept the reply card simple and clean in Navy with space for guests to leave their own message. Everything tied together harmoniously especially by topping it off with an envelope liner printed in solid Lavender.
Designer Sierra Detrick created our playful foil stamped wedding invitation Koi that added a bit of color and fun to our line-up! Here’s a little bit about the makings of this vibrant design from the designer herself: “I began looking at all different types of Koi ponds and studying the colors and textures specifically in the aquatic plants, fish, stones and water. I picked out a palette that felt was representative of everything I had seen. I then settled on light and airy brush strokes as the style for the background to give it a more natural feel. With such a fun and whimsical piece of art, I knew the typography had to be a bit more structured, but I didn’t want it to feel stiff or too contained. From there, I broke up the lines on the outer boundary of some of the pieces to keep the suite feeling structured yet somewhat free.” Detrick also had a strong Asian influence in her life as she was growing up saying, “I had a pen pal from Japan and we began writing in 7th grade and still write to each other today. In her letters, she always sends me postcards with the most beautiful scenery filled with vibrant colors and textures. The idea of the koi pond stemmed from some of these inspiring authentic images.”
There is something to be said for the harmonious color combination of a navy and silver foil stamped wedding invitation. This kind of palette is subtly eye-catching while still remaining clean and modern. Perla and Javier worked with Wynwood Letterpress in Florida who helped the vision for their polished invitation suite come to life. Our Splash design has never looked better than when it’s paired with a direction card dressed up in Bella Blue to coordinate with the Navy letterpress accents found within the invitation. Our Sullivan stripes envelope liner pattern in silver foil within a blue envelope was the perfect compliment to this refined yet modern suite.