The ways to personalize your stationery are endless; below are some favorites.
MONOGRAMS & WEDDING LOGOS
The ways we can show off your initials are endless- from a simple, single letter to an elaborate Victorian style monogram, an abstract treatment or preppy crest, this is a statement piece that'll certainly make your mark.
Calligraphy can be scanned and printed with your stationery, used in lieu of a standard script font. Consider using it for bride and groom names and other words you'd like to draw attention to, or even for an entire invitation.
ILLUSTRATION & PAINTING
I've drawn and painted couples, their dogs and their fig trees. Maps, floral motifs and custom crests are just a few other ways to incorporate an artistic, personalized element.
Popular especially with destination weddings, these can be drawn, painted or digitally rendered. Often they are purely representational of your destination, which stokes travel excitement for your guests, but they can be more directional as well.
If the USPS offerings don't suit you, I can arrange for my favorite vintage stamp provider to create a design to complement your stationery, or design a custom Zazzle stamp for you on the house.
A chic liner makes opening your invitation envelope all that much more special. Custom prints, decorative and unprinted papers all provide extra impact.
We can take your custom monogram or wedding logo, press it into any color of wax and use it in countless ways.
Letterpress. Foil stamping. Engraving. Digital. There's a method or combination of methods that'll perfectly suit your design. I'm happy to explain each process to you, of course.
Belly bands, silk ribbon ties, and custom printed folders are just a few ways we can wrap up your invitation suite into a tidy package.