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Ornate black and silver foil wedding invitations

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Tammy and Jean-Paul’s formal, black-tie wedding invitations are nothing short of incredible!  Their black and silver color palette was carried through the set with black and metallic silver papers, black ink and silver foil, black hand calligraphy, and silver foil edging.  The formal, somewhat traditional fonts feel more contemporary when paired with this ornate back pattern in silver foil - and the foil edge truly pops on their triple-thick paper!

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Wedding Weekend: Anna & Daniel's Key West Invitations

Happy Saturday!  We are so excited to finally share these gorgeous Key West wedding invitations!!  This incredible set features shiny silver foil with a hint of indigo foil, on luxurious cotton paper with a shimmer envelope liner.  The vintage map of Key West printed on the pocketfold pulls everything together. anna-6

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Holiday: Frosted Plastic with White Ink

Now that the holidays are over and we're settling into 2015, we can finally share these beautiful holiday cards!  These unique holiday cards were silkscreened with white ink on frosted transparent plastic, and paired with a metallic silver envelope (printed for us by Allie Munroe). IMG_5288-edit

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Be inspired: Sparkly Celebration

We hope everyone had a great fourth of July!  We're not ready to be done celebrating, so we're keeping that spirit alive with this week's inspired invitation design, featuring a photo by Liga Photography.  This invitation would be gorgeous in black letterpress ink and silver foil.  We love the monochromatic look with a bright pop of color on the edge - and the design shows that fun & festive design is totally possible without losing elegance! Be inspired: Sparkly Celebration

[Photo credit: Liga Photography.]

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