Show & Tell

I’ve been so busy creating new products that I haven’t shared with you some of the custom work I’ve done in recent months.

This groom proposed at a historic rotunda along the river and the couple chose the same location to exchange vows. I just love it when couples choose somewhere meaningful to marry.

These blind letterpressed (that means without ink) invitations are certainly a lot more traditional than my regular style but the client and I added a bunch of quirky elements to make it special. The invitations had swing tags for the additional information attached and the whole package was actually wrapped up inside a handkerchief and hand-delivered. The client did those finishing touches herself so unfortunately I don’t have any images, but doesn’t it sound wonderful?

We had the ceremony programs printed on a black lace hanky for something special. They make a great keepsake, don’t you think?

I’ve since developed a new collection inspired by this job, which I’ll reveal next week.


4 Responses

  • Oh, these are so elegant. :) I love classic black and white.

    • Thanks Stephanie.

  • So delicious. Talk about class.

  • I always like letter press, because it looks so simple and elegant.

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