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:
Last week we introduced you to Anne and Mike, one of our invitation couples who were married earlier this year at the historic Santa Barbara Mission and held their reception at the breathtaking Four Seasons Biltmore. Today, we are delighted to share their custom invitation suite.
Based on our Camille wedding invitation, Anne and Mike chose to customize their stationery with a tile-inspired pattern that reflects the Spanish colonial heritage of Santa Barbara. Anne and Mike’s ink choice was a dreamy combination of tangerine and turquoise, which was surely inspired by a seaside Santa Barbara sunset.
We send our sincere congratulations to the happy couple!
We love when one good design inspires several others. This has definitely been the case with our Camille
invitation – so many of our dealers have been sending in orders for this design and we are constantly amazed at the level of creativity that arrives on every order form. This is exactly what our invitations line is meant for. Many designs can be deconstructed and modified to suit each client and their unique occasion. The best part? There’s no additional charge for us to do this. We supply the tools, our dealers and their clients supply the creativity to reimagine the designs in their own unique way.
We received a great order for a Bar Mitzvah invitation recently from Sincerely Yours, Diane in Boca Raton, Florida. Diane Bender, the eponymous owner, worked with her client to customize the design. They started with a sample of our Camille invitation which was of course too feminine in feel, but her client loved the way the design was framed out. Knowing we can customize any design in any way for no additional fees, they chose several elements from the Dauphine Press Design Library. The foliate background of the Camille
invitation was replaced with masculine stripes and the palette moved to a steel gray and two shades of blue. Diane and her client called out the specifications for the invitation design, but they wanted the additional enclosure cards to relate to the invitation design without matching it entirely. Our designers took the lead on laying out the other cards. Diane relates “The Dauphine designers were a huge help on this job, as always.”
We think it looks smashing!
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