Invitations & Graphic Design
Everything about this invitation suite was gorgeous. The paper we chose was lightly textured and felt like a letterpress stock (even though we printed these digitally). The graphics were pale green and coral succulents, and the text was all soft shades of grey. These romantic, […]
This one should look familiar… despite it being one of the year’s most sought after designs, this invitation never gets old. This image really shows the depth of the letterpress, and paired with the gold printed patterned envelope liners, this invitation was simply bellissimo.
A great change of pace from most traditional programs, this single card two-sided wedding program explained Jewish wedding traditions in lieu of simply listing the order of ceremony events. I really loved putting this program together to match the invitation Katie and Tal chose, as well […]
City skylines made quite a splash in this year’s printed world… Tag and Co. offers some really cool skyline ideas- everything from abstract outlines to more detailed pencil sketches. With the popularity of “going local”, people are developing a healthy sense of pride in their […]
Simple yet elegant, this invitation in pale gold and blush pink uses a prominent script as the only graphic element, which we used throughout the ensemble as a recognizable element. This soft and feminine set includes a rehearsal dinner invitation, wedding suite, and program.
This was the year of the out-of-state wedding, and this fabulous letterpress invitation was the introduction to a Fall wedding in Tennessee for Lyndsey and Richard. They chose a 600 gsm Crane lettra stock, a rich purple ink and a fantastic envelope liner to round […]
What goes better with a vintage wedding at the Packard Museum than a telegram invitation? Answer: Nothing. Adrianna’s invitation topped the creativity charts and didn’t miss a single detail, from the full stops after each piece of information to the fun text frames we peppered […]
Kate had one heck of a wedding planner in her corner for this fabulous October wedding- her wonderful mom, Monica. Together, we planned every printed detail of this wedding from start to finish: the invitations, programs, rehearsal dinner invitations, place cards, menus, thank you notes…the […]
This was an entertaining way to get Angela’s guests involved in providing a fun keepsake for the couple after their Big Day. Angela came to me with this incredibly fun idea- Wedding Guest Libs- into which we easily incorporated her wedding colors of turquoise and mocha. We used the turquoise as […]
My famous annual pig roast customers wanted a Christmas celebration invitation that would generate a lot of excitement for the second of their yearly shindigs, having set the bar high with their summer pig roast. Phyllis and I looked at a lot of ideas and […]
Sometimes customers bring us ideas they have seen online and ask if we can create something similar…almost always the answer is, “Yes!” Usually it’s a font or graphic that draws their attention, and there was something about the typography of a certain invitation she saw […]
Corinne and Pablo wanted to incorporate airplanes into their wedding invitations and save the dates, not just because they currently live in city known as the birthplace of aviation, but because they are both involved in the Air Force. They were legally married in a […]
Napa Valley here they come! Carrie and Mike’s invitations were from our custom line, Envelopments, and featured a 7×7 square black linen pocket invitation with a wasabi green accent layer, classic white top layer and enclosure cards, and a green satin ribbon. Since this is […]
Heather and Matt got married at The Dayton Art Institute in November 2010. Their wedding colors were primarily black and white, with hints of green. To create a Fall Elegance feel, their ceremony featured amazing floral displays lining the aisle that included tall tree branches, […]
Silver. Black. A script with lots of swashes. Double-faced Midori satin ribbon. Add those ingredients together and you have the recipe for an elegant formal wedding invitation. Stephanie chose a silver metallic pocket invitation in a classic 5×7 size for her Hilton Head destination wedding […]
To announce Mary’s post-Valentine’s Day arrival her parents wanted to include a 4×6 photo with the announcement so family and friends could have a momento to keep, so we chose a portable pocket that was large enough to accommodate a full-size photo mounted onto a […]
Eggplant and taupe are a warm and inviting combination in this colorful yet classic pocket invitation. Lots of metallic layers, including an understated lavender layer and a gorgeous taupe ribbon complete this pocket package perfectly. Their wedding program was a coordinating booklet using the same […]
My good friends got married at Carillon Park and had a glamorous wedding bathed in pink and silver, complete with a swanky lounge area and outdoor chandeliers. They paid attention to all the details and provided an incredible event that left their guests talking about […]
Winter Wonderland: Ashley and Christopher were planning a winter wedding in Wintersville, Ohio and chose this 5×7 z-card design, a unique design that shows off plenty of the black and gold pattern surrounding the invitation. What makes this invitation different than most is the band […]
The holidays always come faster than we’re ready for, and Porter Wright Morris & Arthur asked us to help them prepare for their annual holiday party by putting together an invitation that was festive yet professional to send to their extensive client base. This 5×7 […]
Maureen’s pink and black invitation was a pocket-style with three enclosure cards. We kept the invitation fairly simple, with a modest monogram watermark screened behind the invitation text. She wanted to use primarily black and white with punches of hot pink for style.
Somer and Ben chose a soft and feminine invitation with an Anna Griffin pink floral matte, paired with a rich chocolate shimmery brown and a dusty rose satin ribbon. The invitation design incorporated traditional fonts to keep with the traditional wording and feel of this […]