A+ (Adam + Amy’s invite booklet)

LOVE these wedding invite/booklet designed by Craig Duffney and letter pressed by Studio on Fire. The way both Amy and Adam had their own capital designed and used throughout (on their own and together as headers and footers) is just a really lovely touch. Also, I wish I saw this more often. I’m a story-teller … Continue reading

POSTER FRIDAY// rifle paper co.

So… maybe not a poster, but a paper product all the same. Anna of Rifle Paper Co. design created these wedding invites for a Brooklyn couple last September. And I adore them. She decided to play up the couples love for the handmade by hand sewing their invitations… Well, one of them. She describes the … Continue reading

this plus that.

If you haven’t figured it out yet, I’ve started thinking about the print aspect of my sister’s wedding. In order to keep costs down it’s best to print everything at once. Meaning within the next month or so we should try to have most of the printed pieces ready to go… My sister’s tastes are … Continue reading


These bilingual wedding invites were designed and letterpressed with a geometric border and hand lettering for the couples names. Overprinting (which you may recall from my last post) creates additional dimension and color in the flower and vine motif. The invites colors were mixed to match existing envelopes: French Paper’s Poptone in orange fizz and … Continue reading

illustrating a point of view.

While over at Studio on Fire‘s blog, Beast Pieces, I also saw this Wedding invite: The design and type face were created by the groom, Emory Allen, a designer and illustrator. He said: My fiance and I aren’t traditional people and aren’t having a traditional wedding-so why have traditional invites? I created a typeface that … Continue reading