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Aubrey and Michael's elegant, nature-inspired invitations

Aubrey and Michael's wedding weekend took place at a 500-acre estate in New York full of cedar wood forests, sparkling lakes, and log cabins.  We think their gold foil-stamped invitations (on thick cotton paper), paired with kraft envelopes with a metallic bronze liner, were the perfect balance between the outdoorsy feel of their venue and the elegance of their formal wedding. IMG_6407-web

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Christy and Phil's Romantic Wedding Invitations

Christy and her mother were so lovely to work with - and we can't get enough of the stunning letterpress invitations we created for her romantic Jacksonville wedding.  They chose champagne gold foil for the delicate border and desert ink for the text, and paired the set with a soft, metallic white gold envelope liner.  Christy even brought us a thoughtful gift after the wedding (check out our Instagram to see!). classic-soft-wedding-invitation-3

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Be inspired: Sweet French Rose

The moment we saw this photo from Chelsey Boatwright Photography, we knew it was the one for this week's inspiration post.  The sweet, soft, slightly modern take on roses with coral, peach, and hints of yellow and green, is totally our style - and how gorgeous is that cake?  We envision this custom designed invitation to be paired with a subtle quilt-like envelope liner inspired by the overall cake pattern.  Love! 2014.06.27

[Photo credit: Chelsey Boatwright Photography.]

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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.]

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