Julia and Patrick’s wedding invitation featured extensive custom hand-lettering and custom illustration depicting personal keepsakes, imagery, and antiques. The wedding took place in a local antique shop, and the envelope liners were made of antique wallpaper samples! Illustrations by our very own Liz Merolla.
We love to create fun pieces like this spinning wedding program. We printed flat sheets then die-cut the pieces using custom dies. Hand-assembly with eyelets finished the programs. We were sure to take care to let the wheel spin freely. It was a great way to show the guests where each event was happening and what time they should be there as well as giving them a fun keepsake to take with them. The design was created by Ezster Rabin (rabbitfootdesign.com).
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Notes: Printed in 2 colors on 250 gsm Stonehenge Warm White with the inner wheel printed in 1 color.
Every once in a while we are requested to print on non-traditional material. When asked to print a wood veneer save the date, we were skeptical, but anxious to see the results. Wood veneer does not allow for a deep impression, but the uneven surface does create a neat weathered look, showing off the patterns in the woodgrain.
Notes: Printed in 1 color on wood veneer in Maple from cardsofwood.com