This wedding invitation with vellum overlay was inspired by the botanical illustrations of Pierre-Joseph Redouté (1759-1840). I’m thinking of adding a hand deckled edge to the printed piece to really give it the feel of something Mr. Redouté would have would with in the late 18th century. It’s hard to believe that my letterpress printing can be combined with today’s full colour digital allowing for this blend of styles spanning 259 years!!
This is a great example of gold foil stamping with the letterpress over shimmer cardstock with watercolour print. Danielle knew what she wanted for the design, we interpreted her vision creating a watercolour wash for the coral background in variations for her whole ensemble. I’ll post the rest of the photos after the wedding 🙂
Carman and Tommy wanted a very artful and sophisticated first impression of their wedding for their guests. They worked with cousin Brenda Yu on the design and then we worked with Brenda to create the sophistication they wanted with the foil and thermography on all the pieces nicely tucked into pocket cards and sealed with their monogram – also printed in the gold foil and thermography. Carman has some beautiful photos on her instagram feed already, I’ll post the rest of ...
Pocket cards remain one of our most popular invitation ensembles as it keeps so much information neatly tucked together for such a pretty presentation. Here, we have matched it with a gold glitter belly band, a decorative tag and matching envelope liner.