Personalized place cards, escort cards and table numbers are yet another way to use your stationery to express your wedding style. Let us digitally print your guests’ names, table numbers or both on your reception pieces to showcase your stationery design, colors and fonts throughout your event.
We printed these flat escort cards and table numbers in navy digital ink, using our Gus design as inspiration.
Since digital printing allows you to print in multiple colors it is a great way to designate meal choices in a subtle way – as seen here on these folded place cards inspired by our Briolette design.
Our ever popular Mimosa (by Amy Graham Stigler) looks divine in this refreshing color combination of sea mist and antique gold inks for letterpress day of pieces. An oversized program cover stands tall at 5.5″ x 8.5″ folded. A #10 sized – tea length menu with space for calligraphy accents and table cards with the floral mimosas round out the set. We are in love with the sweet botanical hints that are perfect for a late summer celebration.
inks: antique gold + seamist | fonts: parisian + sans capitals | paper: 1-ply white | program size: 5.5″ x 8.5″ folded | menu size: #10 | table card size: a6 | client coordinator: christie jones | in-house designer: lindsy aragona
To coordinate with their booklet letterpress invitations, we worked with Jennifer and Aret to create special letterpress pieces for their wedding weekend. A welcome booklet detailed weekend events and details and we also printed tea length letterpress dinner menus and table number cards. Oversized letterpress thank you cards (which will later hold a wedding photo) were the perfect finishing touch. Everything was printed in clover and blind deboss on our white cotton paper for a chic and completely sophisticated look.
We printed these beautiful letterpress reception pieces in our Mimosa design for an August wedding in New York. We printed tea-length letterpress programs, menus, table number cards and escort cards in pool. We love the light and airy look of this set, so sweet and summery.
These letterpress wedding ceremony programs and reception pieces were printed in black ink on our white paper featuring our Urbanity design. It’s a chic, modern look that we just love. The ceremony programs, menus and escort cards were letterpress printed on our 1-ply paper, with square table number cards printed on our 2-ply paper. The letterpress menus feature geranium ink to highlight the couple’s names – a great way to add a fun pop of color! A tea-length letterpress events card on 2-ply paper informs guests of various weekend festivities.
Our Nantucket letterpress wedding invitation design is a favorite with our brides and grooms and it is easy to see why – it’s just so elegant and sophisticated, perfect for weddings of many styles. Recently we had the chance to print these letterpress reception menus and letterpress table numbers and just love how elegant and timeless they are.
Printed in Cloud 9 and black inks, the letterpress reception menus feature Spencerian hand calligraphy accents paired with a classic serif font for a look that is formal elegance at its best. The table numbers are a simple 1-color letterpress design printed in Cloud 9, left blank in the middle for a calligrapher to add the table name or number as appropriate. We love the touch of class and luxury letterpress reception menus and table numbers add to an event and these are right up there among our recent favorites.
Last year we had the pleasure of printing lovely letterpress wedding invitations, escort cards, table numbers and thank you notes for Lisa and her handsome groom Stephen for their Malibu wedding. Today their amazing wedding, held at the Malibu Nature Preserve, is featured one our of absolute favorite wedding blogs, Style Me Pretty. (You can see Abby’s posts here and here.) We are so in love with this beautiful wedding, we just had to share more of the amazing photos from the incredible team at docuvitae and a bit more insight into what made the day so special from the bride herself.
Inspired by the beautiful flowers that grow wild in the California hills in late summer, Lisa dreamed of a lush, magical wedding that celebrated all the beauty of nature and evoked feelings of being lost in a fairy forest. The answer? Many little flower girls dressed in fairy wings, a ceremony in a sycamore grove and silk butterflies on strings. Oh. And a really fabulous dress from Claire Pettibone that was soft, shimmery and ethereal.