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Vintage Rose Gold letterpress for a Mountain Wedding

We can’t get enough of this gorgeous mountain wedding! Adriana and Talbot’s rose gold foil and charcoal letterpress pocketfold invitations perfectly set the tone for this vintage, nature-inspired wedding in Highlands, North Carolina. Their invitations came with a weekend itinerary trifold with a tear-off reply card. We also created table numbers, menus, programs, and escort cards to match. (Photography: Nick Breedlove).


Here’s what Adriana had to say about working with us:

Sarah is amazing to work with for wedding invitations. I had previously used another invitation company for my Save the Dates, and was so disappointed in their disorganization, lack of design, and overall price. I found Sarah through a google search, and could not believe the difference in her extreme organization, graphic design knowledge, and over all ease of design for my wedding invitations. To this day I still receive compliments on how beautiful my invitations are. She is extremely creative, and knows how to make your invitations stand out, all while fitting in your budget. Hands down the best invitation company in South Florida!


Romantic orchid-inspired pocketfold invitations for a Coral Gables wedding

(All images via Bella Figura.)

We worked with Gisselle and Thomas to create romantic gold foil and charcoal letterpress invitations for their Coral Gables wedding. We drew a map for their accommodations card to help guests navigate between the church, venue and recommended hotels. To keep all of their enclosure cards organized, we included a pocketfold, foil-stamped on metallic white gold paper in an orchid pattern.

(All images via Bella Figura.)

(All images via Bella Figura.)


Ornate foil-stamped invitations for Flagler Museum wedding

We can't get over these letterpress and foil-stamped invitations for Jennifer and Alex's wedding at the Flagler Museum in Palm Beach, Florida.  The traditional text layout was paired with an ornate floral pattern, printed in a champagne gold foil and carried throughout the set in the envelope liner, pocketfold, and reply card.  Pocketfolds are a great place to add the couple's names, monogram, and/or event date to truly make it unique!


(All photos by Bella Figura.)



Barbara and Jesse's art deco wedding invitations

We had such a blast working with Barbara on her Art Deco-inspired wedding invitation suite.  Gold and gray color palettes, reply postcards, and hand calligraphy accents have all been huge hits this year, and we love how they all came together in this one-of-a-kind set.  Our favorite part?  The champagne gold foil-stamped envelope liner (photos just can't capture how incredible it is!). barbara-1






Vanessa and Erick's elegant damask wedding invitations

We adored working with Vanessa on her elegant gold foil and charcoal wedding invitations.  For her country club wedding, she chose a classic look with a fresh twist.  Her invitations feature letterpress printing on thick cotton paper with a stunning gold foil edge, paired with a charcoal damask envelope liner. vanessa-1






Real Wedding: Gillian + Shane

We are back from an amazing trip to Maine and around New York State, and we cannot wait to share some photos we received while we were out of town!  Gillian and her mother came to us with a vision of letterpress, lace and elegance.  They chose one of our Bella Figura designs (letterpress and foil stamped on gorgeous, thick 100% cotton paper), and customized the layout, fonts, and colors to create the perfect invitation for their Fort Lauderdale beachside wedding.  Check out the photos below by the incredible Lena Isely. GS_0130









Be inspired: Soft & Sweet Scallop

South Florida has been under a perpetual rain cloud this week, but we're finding inspiration in the stormy grays and blues of the sky.  Amidst our daydreams of sunscreen and splashing in the ocean, we also dreamed up this custom invitation design, with inspiration from a gorgeous ring photo by the amazing (and Florida-based!) Vitalic Photo.  We are loving the soft pink edge and thinking blind letterpress for the subtle scallop patterned background - how pretty! 2014.06.20

[Photo credit: Vitalic Photo.]