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Suite Spotlight – Tiburon Letterpress Save the Date Card

We are kicking off the new year and our new blog home with a sneak peek of our nautical Tiburon design. Our designers incorporated clean typography in marine and an oversized iconic knot motif in malt to create a journal save the date perfect for a yacht club wedding. You will see from our inspiration board below that we had a dapper seafaring couple in mind! Our brilliant white cotton stock, silver grommets and wave envelope liner in marine are the ideal finishing touches. You can see even more images of the details in our brand new gallery.

The striking layout of this design is easily customized to suit any event. In place of the knot graphic, imagine a palm tree for a tropical destination wedding, a beautiful floral graphic for an outdoor wedding or a calligraphic monogram for a traditional couple.

Our booklet format is fitting for couples wanting to send a wealth of information to their guests along with their save the date. The three or four pages in the journal could be used for travel information, a schedule of events, accommodations and a message from the couple. The beauty of this design is that it could easily be customized for a single card save the date or invitation. The sky is the limit!

CREDITS: (1) Riata Lamp Ensemble from Anthropologie (2) Brigg’s Capeside Docks from Keil James Patrick (3) Originally Posted on The Knot via Weddingbee /// Photography by Stacey Kane Photography (4) Posted on Sailboats and Seersucker (5) Hither Hills posted on Stylebomb (6) From Real Simple /// Photography by Ditte Isager (7) River Island Khaki Nautical Watch by Asos via Polyvore (8) From Completely Coastal (9) Originally Posted on Style Me Pretty /// Photography by Lauren Gabrielle Photography (10) PB Classic Stripe from Pottery Barn

For more inspiration, take a look at our full Pinterest board for the Tiburon Suite.

Anyon Interior Design – Logo & Business Card Design

It’s not everyday that we get to work with one of our wedding clients after the happy day has passed, but when the occasion arises we are always delighted to hear what they are up to. In the case of former Dauphine Press bride Lindsay Brier, she came back to Dauphine Design for the development of a new identity for her San Francisco-based interior design business.

Lindsay wanted the design to be clean & calm and after a consultation with Dauphine designer, Katrina McHugh, they decided on an illustration of a mystic knot as the icon that best represents her philosphy and aesthetic. The mystic knot is a feng shui motif symbolizing a long and happy life full of good fortune — we wish the same for Lindsay and Anyon Interior Design!

Click hereto learn more about the very talented Lindsay Brier and see some of her brilliant work.

PS – Dauphine friend Suzanne Lavalee of Spoiled Bitch is the creative and technical genius behind the Anyon website.

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