Parisian-inspired cherry red and aqua save the date and rehearsal dinner cards.
Save the date for a destination wedding in the mountains of Morocco. We were inspired by intricate tile work and abundant oranges.
This simple set invokes art deco and block printing. We chose teal and a rich red, and achieved crisp white by reversing the bottom pattern out of a solid block of color.
Garlands of papel picado and old oak trees along with soft pink and grey set the scene for a late fall celebration.
A update to the formal black and white: charcoal ink and big pattern, along with a heavy cotton stock for a classic Newport wedding.
We scanned the lace used in the bride's attire, that had also been used by her mother and grandmother, to make a digital plate. The texture of the fabric rendered in letterpress on cotton stock recreated the textile to deliver to guests far and wide, lots of memories in that envelope.
Navy ink on recycled chipboard, and a lovely penguin couple peeking through to seal the deal.
We combined screen printing and letterpress to create the gold, charcoal and bright pink layers, evoking New Orleans at it's most captivating.
Taking it all the way to the water with a fly fishing theme, with fly lure attached onto the thick recycled chipboard.
Eggplant and cactus green ink play nicely for this autumn wedding in Austin.