every couple's story is unique.
Why should your wedding invitations be any different? Don't settle for a cookie cutter template or a "custom" design where you only get to pick the color scheme. I'm on a mission to give every couple the wedding invitations of their dreams.
Let's do this.
We'll talk about your vision, create a mood board, and then I'll spend hours perfecting your design in Adobe Illustrator. After everything is perfect, I'll order letterpress plates of your design and tons of 100% cotton Crane Lettra paper. I'll patiently print each invitation by hand on a Vandercook press at Lead Graffiti, and if you'd like, you can even join me for all or part of the printing process! When all is said and done, you'll have a set of gorgeous, unique keepsakes that say to your friends and family, "I care about this day and I really want you to be there."
Let's sit down and chat — I can't wait to hear your story!
Letterpressed invitations start at $900 for 100 sets. Digitally printed invitations are also available and start at $500 for 100 sets. Get in touch here or email email@example.com for more information or to schedule your consultation.
Alyssa & Stephen
Alyssa and Stephen have family all over the country, many of whom have never visited Philadelphia. To invite their family and friends to celebrate their big day in Philly, they wanted to highlight that the location isn't merely a 'destination' — it's their home and an integral part of their story. They can't wait to show the city they love to their family and friends from far away. My challenge was to reflect that sentiment while maintaining a classic style with a bit of playfulness mixed in.
sydney & ricardo
Sydney and Ricardo needed bilingual invitations to send to their families both in the US as well as Guatemala. They wanted classic invitations with an old world feel that also featured a quetzal, Guatemala's national bird. The square invitations I designed are double sided, with English on one side and Spanish on the other. My biggest challenge for this project was typesetting both of the languages so that each side of the invitation would be visually consistent.