Letterpress Wedding Invitations with Pink Edge Paint: Codi+Eric
I had the absolute pleasure of working with Codi on her Letterpress Wedding Invitations. She literally just got them yesterday and I was so excited about them that I really wanted to showcase them on the blog today. Codi contacted me in October of last year and was interested in a custom letterpress design. She’s getting married in beautiful Hawaii this coming April and having a reception back at home in Ohio. We worked on incorporating some tropical type leaves to give it more of that “beachy, fun” vibe. We decided to do the leaves in a blind print and the text with our silver ink. The rest of the suite was in the silver ink with the exception of the Accommodations card which was pink (to match the edge paint) and silver. She also sent me this gorgeous custom monogram that I absolutely fell in love with. I was excited to see how it would come out in letterpress printing and I was just over the moon with the final product! So, without further ado, here they are!
Letterpress Wedding Invitations
The letterpress printing was done on my favorite C&P with our beautiful Pearl White cardstock. The invitations were on the 220# and the accommodations and RSVP was printed on our 110#.
I updated her along the way with how the letterpress printing was going and updated her as much I could regarding her letterpress wedding invitations. I sent her a few sneak peek because I really couldn’t contain my excitement over them and I just had to share!
I e-mailed her yesterday to make sure they arrived safely and this is what she sent back. I love these types of e-mails as they truly make my day!
From: Codi knoch
Sent: Monday, March 17, 2014 1:51 PM
To: Elma Kosaka
Subject: Re: Final Proofs
Yes!! I was going to email you today!! They are absolutely beautiful!! Sooo very happy with them!! Thank you so much for everything!! Even your little pink and white box! Love it! 🙂
I am so honored to have worked with someone so wonderful and was so happy to be a part of their wedding. Thank you, Codi!