I'm looking forward to getting the full set cut down and assembled for you all to see. Everything we do is custom, but the job pictured here has been a real collaboration with the couple. PS short posts these days, we are in full swing with fall weddings!
I LOVE these tiny little notecards! And I love an envelope with a bleed. Um, and the color pallette, RIGHT up my alley! So we made these as a gift for our wonderful intern Meagan, who we love! They are 4.25x4.25 square notecards and coordinating soft chartreuse envelopes, and we had enough scrap left over on the print job, that we cut them down into these darling gift enclosures, 2.25 inches sq. and paired them with these teensy-tiny adorable hot pink envelopes, which to be honest I am a little heartbroken to part with. The extras from that we cut into tiny little slivers to be used as gift tags or placecards for Meagan's next party. Really, these make me smile. Hope they do the same for you!
Just a quick peek at a live proof that is off in the mail. The bride and groom are still deciding on the envelope color, but the palette of cream, brown, dark and light grey makes for a beautiful and classic invitation set. We did an updated take on the monogram / flourish and combined that with a decorative frame, making this invitation formal without being fussy.
Amy Butler has been a design inspiration of mine for so many years now. Her color palette, style and attention to detail are impeccable. We're working on a project at the moment inspired by the beautiful fabric below
So, I'm rolling the usual tuesday and wednesday posts together today since I had a busy start to the week & didn't get to post inspiration until yesterday. These are cards, designed by Kurt, that we recently printed for Kohli. She's a good friend with great style, and a joy to work with. We did the invitations for her wedding, printed these business cards, and are now working on the re-design of Red Tree's stationery system. Kohli is their rock star assistant manager! Enough links in one post already! I wanted to showcase the simplicity of the gorgeous cotton paper these are printed on, and the crispness of the printing, and how great these look all wrapped up in (you guessed it) glassine!