For thieir Vermont wedding, Hannah and Rick wanted an easy, all-American aesthetic. The invitation suite was letterpressed in navy on luxe white paper with contrasting persimmon edge painting. The hand drawn map, like the Save the Date, was letterpressed on kraft paper. The result: Modern, Sophisticated, Americana.
This bride and groom knew they wanted the invitation to set the tone for their lavish Nantucket wedding. From event icons to custom silhouettes of the couple, no detail was left to chance. Letterpress printed in turquoise, berry and marine blue on thick, white paper this invite was sure to entice guests from far and wide to the enchanted island of Nantucket.
This classic couple drew inspiration from the famous Hatteras lighthouses. The invitation was engraved on thick, navy paper stock while the other pieces were letterpressed on a luxurious crisp white paper. The result: Preppy sophistication.
There was no question that fall foliage would be the theme for Phuket and Ryan's late-September wedding in New England. This lovely invitation suite was offset printed in chocolate brown on a thick cream paper.
Stefanie and Kansas wanted their guests from around the world to experience easy, California elegance as they were married at the fabulous Beaulieu Gardens in Rutherford, California. The Save the Date drew inspiration from the trees lining the driveway of the estate. The invitation was simple and classic in design and letterpressed on luxurious thick paper.
At their luxurious Mexican wedding Kelly and Brad wanted all their friends and family to know they had found the key to love! These invitations were letterpressed in hot pink and green on soft white paper, perfect for a tropical paradise..
Ashley and Carlo wanted the invitation to set the tone for their elegant, destination wedding in Antigua, Guatemala. Letterpressed in gold ink on luxurious soft white paper with accents of gold on navy. This invitation suite embodies the historical, lush beauty of the Hotel Casa Santo Domingo.
For this elegant affair at The Harvard Faculty Club, the design incorporated spring flowers and a graphic pattern created to mimic the design of the famous Mount Holyoke iron gates-- the couple met while attending college. Letterpress printing, extra thick paper, edge painting and custom envelope liners all add to the luxurious, modern feeling of this elegant invitation suite.
A classic monogram with a hand-drawn twist was the perfect fit for this stylish Texan couple. This invitation was offset printed in gold on a thick cream paper stock.
There was no question that mussel shells would be the motif for this gorgeous, water-front, Maine wedding. The bride, a jewelry designer, wore a custom necklace with a mussel shell clasp. The ring bearers carried the rings in mussel shells. And of course the stationery set the tone with a pair of mussel shells adorning many of the pieces. A combination of engraving, letterpress and offset printing methods were used to create the casual but classic invitation suite. Nautical themed vintage stamps adorned the envelopes and an old fashioned wax seal was the finishing touch.