We cannot get enough of Jennifer and Michael's engagement party invitations! The party was held at the Sundy House in Delray Beach, and these old-Florida inspired invitations set the tone with hibiscus flowers, a pineapple, a reply postcard, and a custom vintage Florida map as an envelope liner.
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This week's inspiration comes again from Todd Good, in the form of a cherry red and sky blue beachfront photo that had us thinking of lots of fun embellishments. We chose a simple font to accompany the flag motifs, inspired by the lifeguard tower, and love the idea of incorporating two red ribbons and a custom hang tag (shaped like the tower in the photo!). There's no doubt in our minds that we would print this through our vendor Dauphine Press, and pair it with taupe edge paint, a sky blue envelope, and a taupe patterned liner.
[Photo credit: Todd Good.]
Can you believe it's Friday already? For this week's inspiration, we used a gorgeous, bright barnyard photo from Vicki and Danny of Starfish Studios. To go along with the fun rustic save the date design we created, we're thinking marigold edge painting and a matching marigold envelope with a bronze liner. [Photo credit: Starfish Studios.]
Happy Friday! This week we dreamed up this totally custom letterpress wedding invitation design based on the vintage floral (or as my husband pointed out, vintage floor-al) pattern from this photo by local photographer Todd Good. We think this design would be gorgeous letterpress printed on ultra-thick cotton paper through our vendor Bella Figura, with a mustard edge and a metallic bronze envelope liner. [Photo credit: Todd Good.]
Today, we're starting a new series of inspiration posts to get the creativity flowing! Thanks to SoFlo photographer Chris Kruger for the gorgeous inspiration photos featured today. We envision this design printed through one of our favorite vendors, Smock, with silver foil for the lettering over the digitally printed watercolor. Add an apricot edge and a pumpkin pie envelope liner for an extra pop of color!
[Photo credit: Chris Kruger.]