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Last week before I took a little trip to San Francisco, I was able to complete and deliver these beauties to Rachel. If you remember the Save the Dates then you know these were going to be amazing color palette of chocolate dipped in a sea of aqua and white. Such a delicious combo! We used chocolate pocket folds to hold all the elements. We kept with the aqua colored envelopes, and once you open the envelope, their emblem was raised on the cover. Such a treat on whats to come!
The invitation was on the inside front flap accompanied by a double-sided Map card, Accommodations card and a RSVP postcard. All printed on crisp white linen card stock. Don’t forget Rachel ordered a custom rubber stamp to make labeling these envelopes a cinch!
I love doing custom work and Rachel is just a doll to work with. So much more to come! Think favors and welcome cards. Oh yeah! Such a completely detailed event. What do you think?
Many of you may be familiar with Etsy already. Etsy is a great site that offers crafters and hand-made designers alike a chance to set up shop and sell their goods. I have a variety of blank everyday cards in my Etsy shop.
The best option for those who want a variety of these would be the Single Cards Set of 3. You can mix and match and get 3 different cards of your choosing or simply 3 of the same kind. They are printed 4.25″ x 5.5″ on white line card stock and include A7 size kraft envelopes.
I can customize any of these orders for you as well. Do you want it to say Happy Birthday? How about Thank You? For an additional fee I can customize any design specifically for you. Check it out!
I am so lucky to have met Rachel. We decided it was a divine intervention! Rachel wasn’t having much luck with vendors helping her with her wedding stationery and conveniently she is located in Long Beach; almost right next door to me! Some vendors wouldn’t even return her call! Geez. Well, along came Monica. We clicked almost instantly over the phone and of course in person. Rachel and Boris wanted to create a unique, romantic and classy theme for their wedding elements. They are planning an intimate and elegant destination wedding on the Grand Caymen Island.
Their wedding colors are chocolate, white and aqua. Neither one more the other, so balance was key with this project. We liked the concept of using a palm tree motif which we used on the stamp as well. I created a wedding icon on the front that is going to be used throughout all the printed elements. These Save the Dates are square 5″ x 5″, front and back printed. The custom rubber stamp is such a nice touch. Rachel will be labeling the front and stamping the return address on the back. These are flat printed on a gorgeous linen card stock.
Destination: Rachel! Rachel & Boris loved the Save the Dates. Next, we are working on their Invitations and various branding elements for their wedding. Stay tuned for things like matches, book marks and cigar labels! What do you think of this set?
You might recognize this design! I have completed Carly’s Goldfish Wedding Invitations to match her Save the Dates. Carly should be receiving this package this week. We accented the invites with a satin black ribbon and used the same yellow envelopes that were printed with their return address.
Our invitations can all be customized down to the very last detail. We offer two awesome choices for your wedding invitation stationery set, our Ready-Made Line and our Custom packages. For the jet-setter, we have beautiful ready-made options for instant gratification and faster delivery. These designs can still be customized but offer you a stepping stone if you need something more affordable with quicker delivery. For those that plan ahead we have custom design services which can be specific to your memorable day. Options include traditional printing, letterpress, foil stamping, and embossing to create a unique design custom to you. We can work with you to create a design that is both unique and affordable.