It’s not just the design of invitations that sets the tone for your wedding; how they are printed is just as impactful—and one of the first major decisions you make when selecting your suite. Here’s everything you need to know about stationery production, from letterpress to engraving, thermography, and flat printing. Consider it all the news that’s fit to print!
Inspiration for this stationery suite came from the couple's collection of old typewriters mixed with their love of clean graphics and simple design. Sideshow Press stuck with a steely gray palette, adding parchment paper for a vintage feel. The invite was meant to feel like an old letter written from the bride and groom to each guest.
Talk about unexpected: This invitation -- and a keepsake dried blossom -- arrives in its own wrapped box. Antiquaria's "Wildflower Box" comes complete with a flower-adorned reply postcard, tissue, ribbon, and a preserved posy to tuck inside. The blooms are a great way to prime guests for an outdoor affair, but whatever your venue, partygoers will be charmed when you ask for their presence with a present.