Posts Tagged ‘wedding stationery’
Corrie & Brent contacted us about creating an invitation for their Spring southern wedding in Franklin, Tennessee. Although we never conducted an in person consultation, we discussed the many options over the phone and email. Together we were able to create a beautiful wedding invitation suite for them. Through these consultations – we determined the exact style and feel Corrie and Brent wanted to capture in their invitations using the Victorian Lace of our Signature Collection. They wanted to incorporate subtle peach, a soft periwinkle blue and light gray tones. The Victorian Lace Collection was the perfect choice because its delicate lace design combined with soft colors, Corrie just loved it! Although the original template for the Victorian Lace incorporated gray and pink, the substitution was easy.
Corrie also chose white linen card stock to add a bit of texture to the invitation suite and it was a perfect touch of texture that really completed the look & feel. Paired with the muted envelope colors, her invitations were perfectly tied together!
The Suite included:
- Invitation Card with corresponding envelope
- RSVP Card
- Accommodations Card
- Invitation: 5×7, digitally printed on white linen card stock with a DO Peach envelope
- RSVP Card: 3.5×5, digitally printed on white linen card stock with smooth white WNP envelope
- Accommodations Card: 4×5 , digitally printed on white linen card stock
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When I first starting offering custom rubber stamps, it was merely for my love of the vintage wooden handles. The nostalgic look and feel of a wooden handle stamps reminds me of simpler days when machines were not needed to do EVERYTHING. When I offer my brides a custom rubber stamp, it allows them to feel connected to their stationery when they have let me design everything else. This hand stamped option gives the brides an opportunity to get together some friends and assemble their invitations without all the drama of assembling EVERYTHING. I always have to remind my clients that the assembly is a big job. The time and effort involved can often lead to frustration and stress when you thought the job was done. You don’t want that!
The wooden handle rubber stamps are also a great tool that can be used again and again. Don’t feel limited to just your names or a return address either. I often design stamps for my clients to use on favors and other stationery as well! Stamping your envelopes are a great alternative to printing or standard hand calligraphy for your return address. The cost savings is pretty significant too.
All stamps are custom-made per client and prices start at $25. The price varies with the final size chosen. Sizes can range from 1/2″ x 1″ to 5″ x 8″. The options are endless! Contact me for any inquiries at monica(at)papercutindusrtries.com.
I am a proud member of The Long Beach Wedding Collective and invite you to read today’s guest post I did on our group blog. I talked about fashion and stationery and how the similarities in staying well put together in fashion and in paper go hand in hand. Check it out! Read the full article here.
Working with Rachel couldn’t have been easier. Our meeting (we decided) was divine intervention. Luckily I was able to create a design that Rachel & Boris both loved. The design captured their vision of an island wedding that connected their world above the deep seas together with the one they cherished below the deep-sea.
Danielle Cococcia of Crystal Blue Wedding Studio put together a fabulous wedding for the couple. Here are some gorgeous photos from that special day.
Providers who made this day happen ::
Accommodation, wedding venue, food and beverage :: The Reef
Coordination and design :: Octopus Events
Event rentals :: Massive Equipment
Floral :: Every Bloomin’ Thing
Lighting :: Intec Research
Music :: Joyce Fell, Violinist (Ceremony)
One World, DJ (reception)
Photography :: Aaron Rebarchek Photography
Stationery :: Paper Cut Industries
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