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.
This robin’s egg blue + begonia beauty is a variation of one of our most versatile designs. This Camille customization, and how a simple change to your favorite design elements, is exactly why we built our Custom Wedding Portfolio. With its decorative frame and patterned background, this square letterpress invitation can take on many looks just by simply choosing a different pattern and color palette – which is exactly what this bride and groom have done.
After swapping out the original Florentine-feeling graphic botanical pattern for a detailed pattern reminiscent of an Art Deco tile pattern, a completely new design is created. One that is beautifully suited to their coastal California wedding at the Santa Barbara Biltmore.
You know how the wedding industry is always talking about how the invitation is the first glimpse your guests will get into your big day? This customization is an example of how important the invitation design can be. To help you make your wedding day dreams come to life on your invitation stationery, visit any of our exclusive retailers to get their expert advice on the perfect fit for you!
Our Citron invitation suite, featuring a vivid lemon branch, spritzed with stripes and a delicate filigree, is a refreshing choice for summery celebrations. This jaw dropping design is fun and cheerful and exhibits the ideal way to use three different letterpress inks — the buttercup yellow and leaf green inks are used as fills behind the vintage botanical printed in espresso. The crowning detail is the mix of layered fonts — three of them, to be exact, which are artfully placed on the invitation and accessory cards. But, the beauty of this suite doesn’t stop here! Beyond the invitation card and other letterpress printed cards, the ironwork-inspired envelope liner and bold yellow envelopes make this suite complete.
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With summer in full swing and our Citron design on your mind, are you ready to contact your local Dauphine Press exclusive retailer to start designing your wedding invitation? Just as this design is the perfect fit for a summery event, our team and the stationery consultants at each of our exclusive retailer locations can help you create your perfect stationery wardrobe!
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Welcome to the second installment of our Sneak Peek series where we share glimpses into the inspiration and final invitations for suites in our new Dauphine Press Custom Wedding Portfolio II.
The Belvedere suite was also recently featured on Brides as part of their post “The Royal Wedding Invitation Reimagined.” Click here to vote for our design!
INSPIRATION BOARD CREDITS : | Fireplace & perfume bottle (viaDressDesignDecor) | Betty Draper, Mad Men | Cake photography by Mimmo and Naz, Event by Principle Planer (via Style Me Pretty) | Shoe photography by Alisha Hurt (via Wedding Bee) | Bracelet, Banana republic braided cuff | Typewriter via Style Me Pretty | Purse by Jessica Hill Photography | Shelby Herrick Salon logo (via www.iamphotograph.com) | Necklace (via Style Me Pretty).