Looking for something dramatic and different to express your original style? This Art Deco inspired Wedding Invitation and RSVP post card might be just the thing for you!
I had so much fun designing and printing this mini Art Deco letterpress wedding stationery package. I knew from the beginning I was going to print it on my lovely new black Revere paper, the big decision was, should I print in silver or gold ink? Now any of you who follow me over on instagram (@cocopress) know I have a bit of a thing for my silver ink, so it was hard for me to tear myself away and make the choice to use gold! Though I think I have to admit that the gold looks pretty impressive!
I love Spring, don’t you? I love it even more when I get to help beautiful people create beautiful Spring inspired letterpress wedding stationery. I really enjoyed creating this mini wedding suite, I was especially excited when Nicole and Matthew jumped at the chance of pairing their traditionally inspired Wedding Invitation with the quirky Information Card I created just for them. You see Nicole presented me with a unique challenge, how to incorporate so much information all in one little card? After a few nights of sketching I had the idea to use the icons to deliver all this information to Nicole and Matthews guests in a simple and easy to read format. We made it ‘match’ the invitations, through the use of colour and font.
I created this fun letterpress stationery suite last year for a vibrant young couple who wanted to make a statement about who they were to their family, friends and the world at large! Printed on kraft, it doesn’t give the same deep impression as a 100% cotton paper, but it has such a lovely texture and looks so good with simple black ink.
I cant decide what I love more, the ombre effect of my watercolour letterpress wedding invitation on the ombre effect of the gladioli petals? Either way I am revelling in a sea of pink!
These mason jar invitations have been given that little something extra with a wash of pink watercolour, hand painted on each individual invitation before being printed in a hot pink that any girl will love. Creating something truly distinct and lusciously tactile.