Today we're showcasing the newest addition to our Classic Collection of wedding invites!
The New Paltz suite was inspired by the gorgeous wild flowers of Upstate New York. The invitation suite has gold foil and a flat printed floral motif shown with our custom oversized envelope.
The envelope shows off so much of the matte gold liner - its perfectly paired with the matte gold foil.
The watercolor concept is continued with matching table cards, program fans, and escort cards. You can even customize the watercolor to coordinate with your event.
Size – 8.5″ x 6.25″
Stock – Colorplan Ice White (1 ply – 270 gsm)
Printing – Foil (Matte Gold) + Flat Printing (Watercolor)
Liner – Gold Stardream
Design – Dolce Press
While the purple color scheme of the New Paltz wedding suite may not work for every wedding, we can change the watercolor border to coordinate with your colors.
This second version of the wedding suite is more versatile – the ivory flowers are more subdued and compliments lots of color schemes.
Continue the theme on your wedding day! The New Paltz suite includes a two-sided program fan, menu card, table numbers, and a tented escort card.
Additional Day Of pieces include place cards, coasters, napkins, and stickers.
All pieces coordinate with the invitation set – flat printed on Ice White colorplan in gold. Even though flat printing doesn’t have the same shimmer as foil stamping, the colors are a great match.
Guest addressing on the outer envelope were also flat printed in gold for a seamless look.
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Watercolors are perfectly paired with invitations but we’re not big on trends and fads. With the right event and invitation, a watercolor design is a timeless accent.
What are other creative uses of watercolors you’ve seen? Share your inspiration below in the comments!
The Irvington Wedding Suite – Our popular wood grain patterned invitation design with copper foil printing.
The Larchmont Wedding Suite – The first landscape design in the collection – the wide orientation fits more text in the same space.
The Greenburgh Suite – A subtle use of foil to accent a simple design.
It's Summer time and wedding season is in full swing - the perfect time to show off a set of luxe menus we just printed for a Yacht excursion.
Designed by Julie from Lady J Creative, each piece highlights the different themed dinners with a combination of letterpress, flat printing, foil stamping, and edge coloring for a unique look.
A lot of work goes into each meal and its important for the menu to reflect that - you eat with your eyes first afterall!
Grab something to eat because you be salivating by the time you get through all four menus! Read the full post for more details on the process along with plenty of photos.
After a long holiday weekend it can be hard to get back to business but if you run your own business you know that the work never stops.
Today's #BackToBusiness post features several ways to transform your business card into something that people will remember and even better, hold on to.
We designed these custom cards for SkySync to showcase their new branding. The blind pattern on the back is hypnotic, the angled lines catch the light differently and the outlined effect draws your eye to the logo.
The two-tone logo was complimented with a dark gray ink for the text and a neon orange edge color.
The diecut on the front of the card reveals the colored paper in the middle - the end result is a more 3D effect for the SkySync logo.
Let's get #BackToBusiness (just before the holiday weekend) with a new post showcasing business cards we printed for Pony Friday - a creative marketing and branding company based out of Calgary.
We love the use of bold, bright colors to express their one-of-a-kind aesthetic and philosophy behind their company marketing concepts.
These cards pop from across the room - sure to be memorable with their clientele.
Why are they called Pony Friday? You'll have to read the full post to find out.
It's time for the next #PaperNerd post in our series! Today its all about Envelopes. Envelopes can come in all sorts of colors, sizes, and flap styles.
The small details make all the difference and we love being able to provide a wide variety of options when it comes to invitations, announcements and stationery.
Think about this: The first thing people see when you get an invitation is the envelope. Don't overlook this detail? Technically, it's your first impression!
Read the full post to learn about the different styles that are available.
The week is almost over but stop dreaming of the weekend and get #BackToBusiness with today's colorplan business cards we recently printed for international design consultancy Larssen & Amaral.
The cards were printed on several different Colorplan shades for a great way to brand each member of the team.
Read the full post for more details on the paper and process, photos, and a short video clip for a glimpse into the luxe shine of gold foil.
It's Sunday and time for a fun new wedding design! Today we're featuring a circle diecut wedding invitation that's far from ordinary.
The invite features a monogram on the front and the wording on the back on 6.25" diecut paper sandwiches.
What did we make the sandwiches from? Only the most Scrumptious shimmery stardream filled with 3 layers of fabulous fuchsia cover stock.
The color scheme the bride and groom picked was Hot Pink paired with tones of Gray and Silver.
Today's #BackToBusiness features a black gloss foil, blind letterpress, and black letterpress stationery set for Ben van Hook Pictures.
The card design has a great impression that carries over to their stationery for excellent branding.
Read the full post to see all the photos and more information on the paper and process.
Hello Monday! Today we're excited to share a Travel/Map themed Bar Mitzvah invitation we recently designed and printed. Follow along the journey and learn about the inspiration behind the latest custom invitation.
The concept became a reality with some inspiration taken from a beautiful old map that included lots of textures and detail.
The Pearl White Lettra stock keeps the color scheme in line with a customized map printed in Gold and Turquoise letterpress on Opal Stardream.
This invitation set included a custom pocket folder, a mounted invite, two inserts (directions and reply card), and coordinating envelopes (outer + reply) with a custom compass liner.
It's another case of the Mondays with a little bit of rainy day "blues". Specifically - Navy blue with some gold glimmer! Today we're showcasing the business cards we printed for Erica Andersen.
Erica Andersen is a former Art Director who blossomed into a Brand Manager and Web Developer.
Her business cards are a direct reflection of her personality and design flair - we love the whimsical nature of the front design coupled with the sleek & chic layout portrayed on the back of these cards. It's the perfect balance of sophisticated and fun!
Check out the newest addition to our Classic Collection of wedding invites!
The Rye Brook wedding suite has black letterpress on an Ice White stock for a classic, simple yet elegant look.
The invite is paired with our custom oversized envelopes and lined with a purple paper.
Another great addition to our Classic Collection of wedding invites!
The Irvington wedding suite is foil stamped in copper and complimented with a wood grain pattern.
The wood grain is printed with letterpress - blind (without ink) - to add texture to the design without distracting from the copper foil.
The invite is paired with our custom oversized envelopes and lined with a green shimmer paper.