When it comes to your Letterpress Wedding Invitations, we try to make it as easy as possible to get the wedding invitations of your dreams. With that being said, we’ve decided to put together this easy-to-follow Wedding Invitation Envelope Size Guide that breaks down to the nitty gritty good stuff! Unsure of what size or color to get for your Letterpress Wedding Invitation suite? Check out our guide to see what’s trending and see what our most popular sizes are for each piece of your wedding invitation suite.
The Wedding Invitation Envelope Size Guide
The Wedding Invitation part of your planning should be fun and exciting and we try to make it as easy and stress-free as possible.
As you can see in our Wedding Invitation Envelope Size Guide, we offer an array of sizes and colors and sizes. However, if you are interested in specialty colored envelopes, we can help with that as well. The above is just to showcase some of our in-house envelopes offered here at Simply Letterpressed. We cut all the cardstock ourselves and can definitely customize a card size for your wedding invitations suite. Currently, our most popular envelopes size and card size is the A7 as seen above. Sizing at 5″ x 7″ for the invitation and envelope at 5 1/4″ x 7 1/4,” it’s a great size for your letterpress wedding invitation!
For more information, please feel free to contact us and a friendly representative will answer any questions you may have.
What a great way to start the week! I got this e-mail this morning and it totally had me grinning from ear to ear as we were just awarded The Knot Best of Weddings 2014!
We couldn’t have received The Knot Best of Weddings 2014 without you! Thank you! XO
I wanted to congratulate the recent newlyweds, Andrea and James, on their wedding over this past weekend and express how honored I am to have been able to print their letterpress invitations. They tied the knot at the beautiful Pelican Hill in Newport Beach, California on Saturday. They really lucked out on the weather because it was just perfect here in California, but then again, when is it not? I bet their wedding was beautiful and cannot wait to see the photos.
I started working with James in March of this year for their letterpress wedding invitations. I was able to meet up with both him and Andrea to discuss design options, colors, etc, for the letterpress printing. They liked the look of square invitations so we decided to go with that along with an RSVP postcard. Working closely with them both, we opted for 2-colors on their letterpress invitations and 1-color for the RSVP card. For the design, they wanted to incorporate floral details in a beautiful lavender color that Andrea picked out with grey text and green edge paint. I absolutely loved how the lavender floral details printed!
The Letterpress Invitations
I was really excited for the green edge painting we did for the invitations. It just gave it that extra pop of color that I absolutely loved.
The letterpress printing was done on our Chandler & Price using our Pearl White cardstock.
I met up with James to deliver the invitations and was sure glad to do so. I wished Andrea was able to join so I could see her reaction (unfortunately she was stuck at work at the time), but luckily, she was sweet enough to send me an email expressing her excitement for them as well. I’m glad they were both as pleased with the final product as I was. Congratulations again to the newlyweds. May your lives be filled with endless laughter and eternal happiness!
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We recently had the honor of working on Mia and Ryan’s letterpress invitations. They got married just a few short weeks ago at the beautiful Barndiva in Healdsburg, California. Congratulations, newlyweds!!!
We got in touch with Mia through Christin Wilson of Christin Wilson Events in early July for their October wedding. I met Christin previously at a good friend’s wedding in Temecula back in 2010. Absolutely love the work she does! Christin had worked with Mia initially and emailed me a few ideas of what Mia liked for inspiration. She was interested in a custom letterpress design for her wedding invitations which I had so much fun working on! Mia wanted something simple with a touch of “boehmian.” Working closely with Mia, we came up with the below:
The Letterpress Invitations
Her wedding invitations were printed on our 220# Pearl White cardstock. This was a 3-color print with gold edge paint. The colors used for the invitations were gold, grey, and the antlers in blind. Absolutely loved how deep we were able to press the antlers!
With this custom letterpress invitation, she was able to really personalize it and requested we put the following at the bottom of wedding invitations:
“The ceremony will be followed by dinner, drinks, and conversation (no f*ing dancing!)” I absolutely loved this! Mia was not afraid to step out of the box and definitely made this her own. I’ve never had a request quite like this, but I’ll have to say, it was a breath of fresh air. The additional pieces (RSVP and events card) was printed on our 110# cardstock. The events card was a 2-color print: grey and gold while the RSVP card was 1-color: grey. We also letterpress printed her return address on some pretty rad Kraft envelopes (not pictured).
I had such a blast working with Chrsitin and Mia on these wedding invitations. Thanks for being so wonderful and congratulations again Mia and Ryan!
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With their wedding quickly approaching (literally in a few days), I really wanted to take the time to showcase Allison and Marco’s letterpress invitations. Allison and Marco are getting married this Friday at the beautiful Saint Margaret of Antioch Catholic Church in Pearl River, New York. The reception follows at the picturesque The Rockleigh in New Jersey.
I started working with Allison in early January for their upcoming October 2013 wedding. For their wedding invitations, she really wanted to incorporate lace details along with wine vines/grapes. She also sent me a photo of an urn that they’re using for their centerpieces that she wanted to incorporate into the custom letterpress design as well. We decided to go with a 2-color letterpress invitations design, leaving the vines/grapes detail in a blind impression, giving it a subtle look amongst the elaborate border surrounding it. The urn, nestled in between the vines, is also in a blind impression. Because we decided to go with that for those details, I was able to get a deep impression which really showcases the letterpress print so beautifully.
She sent me this stunning image of the church that they’re getting married at and wanted include this in the map design. Boy, was I excited to print that one! I just knew the details of that church would print great! For their response cards, we went with a postcard, which I love. Their entire Letterpress Wedding Invitations were printed on our Pearl White cardstock in 110#.
The Letterpress Invitations
Here’s a quick video showcasing all the pieces of their letterpress invitations:
I am honored to have been apart of her wedding process and so thrilled for them that they are tying the knot this week! I absolutely loved the letterpress invitations we printed for them and happy that she loves them as much as we do!
You can find more of our Letterpress Invitations Online on our Facebook page here.