Elegant and romantic a classic wedding invitation will always be in style.
This couple wanted a simple and elegant wedding invitation to set the stage for their upcoming nuptials, I enjoyed the challenge of combining my hand lettered calligraphy with Chinese characters to create this classic yet very individual invitation, who says Coco Press can’t do traditional?
I adore every new opportunity I get to create bespoke letterpress wedding stationery, I truly see each new creation as a tiny work of art. I love that I get a small glimpse into another happy couples world, to create something that is unique to them.
I certainly had that opportunity with this stationery set, I was asked to create something with a rustic feel that encapsulated this couples quirky sense of fun, they had also recently welcomed their little boy into the world and really wanted to celebrate that in their stationery design.
What a great commission and challenge! i really had so much fun creating these fun designs.
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.