We view this Stinson variation as the ultimate “his and hers” design. Taking a mix of masculine and feminine details from this modern wedding invitation design and incorporating them into a 25th wedding anniversary party invitation is pure genius.
The front side of the card is all about modern design and clean lines with a simple line border and unique, but open, font layout. The back of the invitation takes the modest floral from the original and repeats it to create an overall pattern.
The charcoal grey duplexed cardstock foil stamped with silver foil ties each side together into one unified design. A great combination for a great couple on their silver wedding anniversary!
How will you unite your two personalities into your wedding invitation design and ultimately into your wedding day? We would love to help you define the elements that are important to you and turn them into your own unique custom design.
Today’s Client Customization is a great lesson in keeping it simple! Our long-time retailer The Stovall Collection did a beautiful job in creating this custom save the date for a local soiree. Using our Kensington response card design as inspiration, they let the fonts and minimal details speak for themselves.
Starting with our Savoy natural white double-thick stock, they added the circular frame at the top in reflective gold foil with a seafoam letterpress accent surrounding the “save the date” messaging printed in olive letterpress ink.
The rest of the card includes only the most important details with a mix of fonts. The simple design allows for the date to stand out, which is the goal of a save the date card. Keeping things simple on this card makes for an overall elegant feel with lots of breathing room for all of the design elements. We’re loving this custom design!
Do you want to find the perfect balance of making a statement and keeping things simple? Contact us or one of our exclusive retailers and get our guidance on pulling all of the design elements of your wedding stationery together.
Our Meadowood save the date journal design is popular with couples that have a lot of information to share with their weddings guests. The multi-page format allows you to share weekend schedules, accommodation details and travel information.
Once the save the date is out and your guests have all of the details they need to enjoy your wedding weekend, it is time to design and send your wedding invitation. For our Meadowood suite, we designed a wedding invitation card that features a horizontal layout to match the save the date. The traditional wording is framed with a thin border of the signature Meadowood pattern in two colors of letterpress.
This design can be customized with your wedding color palette and with your favorite fonts and embellishments (like edge painting and envelope liners!). If you’re inspired, contact us to personalize this design for your wedding day.
The vintage hot air balloon theme is so sweet for baby announcements and nurseries. This fun and uplifting symbol and the “anything-is-possible” vibe surrounding a new arrival is a perfect fit in our book. We had a ton of fun working with the auntie-to-be on this design that features a gender neutral color palette of celadon, pool and sunshine letterpress inks for the balloon details and on the playful stripe on the center panel (which later acted as a frame for a photo of the new arrival).
Our trifold design is perfect for baby announcements, engagement party invitations, wedding save the dates, anniversary parties … you name it! We would love to hear your ideas and turn them into a unique design for your next extraordinary event! Contact us to start the design process.
A common request with our clients designing their save the date cards is shifting the design to incorporate the couple’s engagement photo. We love the personal touch a photo adds and we’re always happy to modify any of our designs to fulfill this request.
The woodcut type look on our Auburn save the date is a popular choice, which we kept front and center on this design variation. The cross-hatch pattern that fills the background of the original is also present here, but we downsized the ampersand to allow for the photograph to take center stage.
Sometimes tiny changes make a big impact. We would love to work with you on defining what is most important to you when it comes to inviting your guests to your wedding day. Contact us or one of our exclusive retailers to get started on the design process today.