Candace Taylor from Remember This Always worked with Dauphine Press designer Heather Landry to create the letterpress pieces featured on TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress season debut for the wedding of Donna & David Calloway. We love seeing the elements of our Hayes Design take on a classic look in blind hit and black. Remember This Always took this beautiful invitation to the next level with Swarovski crystals and a custom silk box. Take a look!
We have been seeing some great coverage in our favorite magazines lately. This week we heard from Today’s Bride that one of our timeless designs was featured in their 2011 issue.
Our design team created an invitation suite for the bride and groom that has become a best seller over the years. Larisa and Carl were married in 2007 and asked us to create a suite with a “world traveler” feel. We created an invitation design using a vintage world map as the background, whimsical touches including a head-on airplane motif and traditional wording on an untraditional horizontal card.
To top it off, we created a passport menu for their reception, which inspired their cake design.
Wedding photos by Kristian Iskandar, KI Photography, Santa Clara, CA
Cake by Susan Morgan, Elegant Cheesecakes, Half Moon Bay, CA
We received a gorgeous issue of Long Island Bride & Groom magazine in the mail this week and were excited to see our very own Camille featured in their Style File! We hope you enjoy the eye candy as much as we did:
We’re really honored to have two of our new letterpress invitation designs featured in summer issue of The Knot! Both designs are from our Coral collection.
The first is Granada…
The second is Volusia in shades of blue
and a peek at the full Volusia suite with patterned envelope liners
Don’t forget – envelope liners or rounded corners come free with your invitation order during the month of May!
It’s always an exciting day when we receive a call from the editors at Martha Stewart Weddings asking if we would like to collaborate on an editorial design for a custom letterpress invitation. They proposed a vintage look with a modern twist that fell squarely into the Dauphine Press aesthetic. Senior designer Katrina McHugh came up with Vignette, an architecturally inspired design where classic proportions meet modern minimalism. We were delighted the day the piece came off our presses and even more excited when the issue hit our mailbox.
Photography by Johnny Miller, Martha Stewart Weddings, Fall 2009.
Vignette Design, Dauphine Press Custom Line