I’ve known Marc Bonanni for quite some time now and was thrilled to print his business cards for him. He’s such a knowledgeable person and is always our go-to guy when we’re in need of legal advice or just great company. 🙂
I love the simplicity of his cards: black and white, simple, clean. This was printed on our 220# cardstock, so I was able to get a deep impression which I just absolutely love. You can see from the photos that this was pressed pretty deep and it feels so good on the fingertips!
Ashley contacted me a few weeks back regarding letterpress business cards. She’s a fantastic photographer located here in Southern California (check out her awesome work here: http://ashleykelemen.com/). She wanted 2-color front/2-color back business cards with her logo and the colors grey and yellow. I love the simplicity of these. These were printed on 110# pearl white cardstock and duplex together making a 220# card.
Congratulations to the newlyweds, Alyson and Matthew! They recently tied the knot in June 2012 and I had the pleasure of printing her wedding invitations. She wanted something simple, yet elegant and was actually a big fan of the design on my business cards (yay!). I used that as a border for the invitation and it worked out nicely. Her invitations were printed on our pearl white cardstock in 220# with 2-colors (blind and black).
Cheers to the married life! XOXO
I’ve recently worked with Michelle on her wedding invitations and she is such a joy to work with. She is a freelance designer and had such a beautiful concept of what she wanted her wedding invitations to look like. I absolutely loved working with her and fell in love with her design. I love the soft pink (I’m such a sucker for pink) and elegant font. The whole look (and feel, literally) of the invitations just made me all giddy inside. I love weddings and stationery! Oh yeah, and pink! She opted for the edge paint, which we’ve been doing a lot lately (and I LOVE it). I think it just topped everything off nicely and just gave it that extra WOW factor. I’ll let the pictures speak for themselves. Did I mention how much I loved printing these?
QR codes have been popular and popping up around everywhere lately it seems. They’re so cool and such a fun concept that I wanted to incorporate that into James Terrar’s business cards. He’s from London! How cool is that, right? I hope I can make it out there someday. One of the many destinations on my list of places to visit. He was a real joy to work with and was very open to different designs. This was my favorite. Classic, clean, and simple. Of course I had to add that pop with the edge painting. I totally love that burgundy color!
I printed these on our 220# pearl white cardstock. I love the feel of a letterpress business card. Actually, the feel of letterpress anything to be more exact!