Jennifer and Michael worked with our Bella Figura NYC – Brooklyn store to create these vintage floral wedding invitations. Inspired by our Ninette design, they changed the florals to a purple color palette. They opted to keep the typography clean and in Gold Matte foil. A corresponding details card also used florals in a different way to change it up. Finally, the envelope liner used the same floral pattern from the invitation for overall cohesiveness.
We worked with Smitten Boutique to create these bronze baby shower invitations. They opted for our sweet and petite A6 size card for this design. A small dragonfly motif nodded to the vintage print envelope liner. The envelope itself in Old Rose complimented the colors found in the envelope liner. Caterpillars, as well as dragonflies alike, made up this vintage print that works harmoniously with the invitation design.
We helped Big City Bride create these Olive letterpress wedding invitations for Emily and Robert. They used our Terrace design as a jumping-off point for their personal set. Instead of using foil, they opted for Olive letterpress ink for the majority of the suite. This gave the set an overall earthy aesthetic. It includes a matching reply card, accommodation card as well as a welcome reception card. To keep with the more rustic feel, they used Jute envelopes to compliment the rest of the suite. The envelopes lined with a vintage print of Chicago added a final touch of personalization printed in Olive to match.
We worked with Brittany directly to help bring her moody floral invitations to life. Inspired by our Neville save the date design, they used similar fonts and expanded the size of the layout. They added touches of Sophia script to bring out the overall elegance of the design. They paired the invitation with a complimentary envelope liner. Lastly, this vintage print accented the vintage print used as the back-drop on the invitation.
Samantha and Timothy worked with Oliver’s Twist to create these copper foil invitations with botanical accents. Their names pop off the page in Copper Shine foil along with the floral accent at the top. The rest of the invitation printed in Marsala letterpress added a softer touch to the design. To broaden the color palette further, they included touches of Currant paper on the details card and outer envelope. The reply card features vintage print florals carried over from the envelope liner. To finish the set, a rehearsal dinner card paired with a Jute envelope kept everything cohesive with the overall rustic, botanical charm.
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 friends at Lion in the Sun helped us to create these coastal letterpress wedding invitations for Kelli and Richard. Our Waterfront design reflected the aesthetic of their New Jersey venue perfectly. Deep Blue and Pool letterpress inks on the invitation set the cooler palette for the rest of the suite to follow. Additions of our Bella Light Gray on the envelopes as well as details card added a touch of softness to the suite as well. Finally, a vintage map envelope liner gave this set an extra touch of personalization.
Letterpress ink colors: Deep Blue + Pool | Fonts: Caleigh & Social | Design: Waterfront | Paper: 1 ply Bella Cotton | Size: F8 | Customization: 42472 | Lion in the Sun