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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!



Beautiful foil stamped business cards on black paper

We were so honored to work with Stan of Bashert Jewelry recently on his business cards.  Stan bases each of his custom jewelry designs on the personal love story of the couple, so the uniqueness of the black paper fit his branding perfectly, while the rose gold foil stamping encapsulates the romance of his jewelry.  The simplicity, elegance, and subtle luxury of the finished business cards emulate Bashert Jewelry perfectly. Foil stamped business cards by The Windmill

Foil stamped business cards by The Windmill

From Stan, regarding the inspiration behind his jewelry design and business:  My inspiration was not something I have studied or observed. My signature style was not in the certifications I got on the wall. It was the spark in the eyes of the guy that walked in the studio one day. It was in his quiet, trembling voice, revealing in shy, half-sentences his Love Story to me. Complete stranger.  I realized - sitting across, with nervous anticipation, my own Muse was staring at me.  It was The Love Story!  In Metal and Stones, I give each Love Story its own expression. From the pencil sketch to the final product in the box, I enjoy the whole process. I am addicted to the challenge each story presents. With every couple I meet, I see new forms, new colors and new design blossoming. I draw my energy from the interaction with the phenomenon “Two-In-Love”. I realize, the jewelry, I create, is meant to be a Love Promise. It is a vow with no measure of time. It is eternity captured in a moment.

Foil stamped business cards by The Windmill