Our custom stationery is not only meant for brides and grooms-to-be. This client customization features a slight variation of our World Traveler wedding stationery suite. We love that Sarah and Ross chose such a fitting invitation for The Farnborough Air Show by showcasing a background map and airplane motif for their international event. The contrasting letterpress printed ink colors, metal against robin’s egg, really allow for the colors to pop.
With the help of our exclusive retailer Needle In A Haystack in the creation of this customization from our Custom Wedding Portfolio I, we are able to show you how any of our invitations can be easily transformed from wedding to any event stationery!
Check out all of our stationery designs, the variations our design team has created for World Traveler, and get started on your very own social stationery today! Find a local Dauphine Press exclusive retailer here!
We are elated to share with you the exquisite wedding of Danielle and Kyle in Lake Tahoe, California. So many sensational details were captured for their big day from the bride’s dazzling gown to the stunning succulent centerpieces to the breathtaking views. We can tell that the couple had an amazing day and enjoyed every moment. And from the photos, we think it’s safe to say that the rest of the bridal party enjoyed themselves as well!
Danielle and Kyle worked with our exclusive retailer, Folio in Larkspur, to create wedding stationery perfectly fit for their outdoor event. The mix of nutmeg, persimmon and topaz ink colors on our Roseberry design really captures the airy, rustic feel. We also love how they tied in small, square insert cards with circular designs for brunch and rehearsal dinner invitations. Their entire wedding weekend was centered around spending time with family and friends and was filled with many exciting activities, like a welcome party and a float down the nearby Truckee River.
We fell in love with so many creative details that really made this Lake Tahoe wedding personal and unique: the bright pop of color in the umbrellas, the burlap bride and groom signs, the mix of patterns in the groomsmen’s ties, and those sparkling Jimmy Choos (to name a few)! Fun fact: a 15-minute hailstorm passed through just after the ceremony, though the entire day was filled with blue skies!
CREDITS: Photographer: Theilen Photography | Videographer: XOXO Video | Event Planning & Calligraphy: Elise Events | Venue: Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe | Hair & Makeup: Kari Addison Beautiful | Florist: Art in Bloom | Caterer & Cake: Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe | Rentals: Classic Party Rentals | Linens: La Tavola Linens | Tenting & Lighting: Zephyr Tents | DJ: InStep DJ | Bride’s Dress & Jewelry: Swoon Bridal Salon | Bride’s Shoes: Jimmy Choo | Bridesmaids’ Dresses: Yoana Baraschi | Bridedmaids’ Robes: Plum Pretty Sugar | Groom’s Suit: Canali | Groom’s Shoes: To Boot New York | Groomsmen’s Suits: Kenneth Cole | Transportation: Ryan Transportation | Engagement Ring & Wedding Bands: Giraux Fine Jewelry | Invitations: Dauphine Press for Folio
To create your custom wedding stationery, contact your local Dauphine Press exclusive retailer, and start building towards that moment where everything comes together on your special day!
One of the amazing features available with our custom wedding portfolio is the option to choose any of the elements from our design library, such as motifs/patterns, fonts, ink colors and embellishments, and create your own wedding stationery design. Lauren and Gregory did just that by selecting a design and fonts that fit their vision the best, and creating this elegant orchid wedding invitation suite. The varnish letterpress ink color and the placement of the design leave a delicate and subtle, yet lasting impression in our minds!
We want every couple to feel unique and excited to bring their own visions to life, which is why we offer our custom wedding portfolio. By contacting one of our exclusive retailers, you can create one-of-a-kind stationery for the big day, just like this gorgeous work for art designed with the help of Francis Orr.