Our designer Leslie Johnston imagined these botanical letterpress wedding invitations in a vision of blues. Deep Prussian Blue and Serenity letterpress inks set the tone of this monochromatic design. Additionally, the floral illustration adds an organic touch to a more structured typography layout. The edges of the invitation painted in Lemon Drop add a pop of color to a more tone on tone design. Typically, invitation designs have an emphasis on symmetry, but Chicory changes it up with an asymmetrical layout. Lastly, we envision it for a wedding filled with arrangements made of floral bouquets as well as other rustic highlights.
“This sea inspired customization has more of a relaxed island vibe than our original Sail design with its toned down blues and palm tree accents,” says designer Lindsy Talarico. “It’s like taking off your shiny new shoes and walking barefoot in the sand!”
letterpress ink: serenity | foil stamping: tawny matte | fonts: daughter + garamond | paper: white | invite size: F-8 | foil stamped liner: traditional palm pattern in tawny matte | original design + customization by in-house designer Lindsy Talarico
With an airy palette of pale blue and gray, a blind debossed greenery motif, and Ted Clausen’s pretty hand calligraphy, this customization of our Cruz design is the epitome of sweet and simple wedding invitation inspiration.
letterpress inks: blind deboss (no ink) + serenity | font: garamond | hand calligraphy: traditional style | paper: white | invite size: F-8 | liner: tollan pattern in shale | original design + customization by Racheal Bumbolo